iOS Question Cannot connect to local mac builder

Discussion in 'iOS Questions' started by hanyelmehy, Jun 14, 2015.

  1. hanyelmehy

    hanyelmehy Active Member Licensed User

    when i try to use my local mac builder ,my iphone show this message (cannot connect to (Local Host IP))
    this happens after get message from IDE that every thing is OK
    Code:
    Parsing code.                           0.05
    Compiling code.                         
    0.20
    Compiling layouts code.                 
    0.02
    Compiling debugger engine code.         
    1.13
    Building Xcode project                  
    0.02
    Sending data 
    to remote compiler.        9.63
    Compilation completed successfully.
    Make sure that B4i-Bridge 
    is started (192.168.1.5).
    Manually launch the app after installation.
    Notes :
    -i can go to local host test page and every thing is ok
    -hosted mac builder is working
    -i was using my local mac builder before many times without problem
    -i remove bridge and install it again
     
  2. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Are you able to install the B4i-Bridge when you build it using the local builder?
     
  3. hanyelmehy

    hanyelmehy Active Member Licensed User

    No
     
  4. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Can you open the test page from the device?
     
  5. Haris Hafeez

    Haris Hafeez Active Member Licensed User

    This is most likely a networking issue. Make sure that your Mac firewall is off. I also got issues with local builder earlier on but they were due to mac's network adapter settings.
     
  6. hanyelmehy

    hanyelmehy Active Member Licensed User

    its seem to work again after Reset the Lockdown folder in iTunes
    instruction for reference
    Code:
    Before following these steps, unplug all iOS devices from your computer and quit iTunes.
    Mac OS X
    From the Finder, choose Go > Go 
    to folder.
    Type /var/db/lockdown and press Return.
    Choose 
    View > as Icons. The Finder window should show one or more files with alphanumeric file names.
    In the Finder, choose Edit > Select all.
    Choose 
    File > Move to Trash. You may need to enter an administrator password.
    Delete the files 
    in the Lockdown folder but don't delete the Lockdown folder.
    Thank you
     
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