Just upgraded to Flash CS6 v12.0.2. It has a new feature, in File > AIR 3.2 For iOS Settings > Deployment tab > "Install Application On The Connected iOS Device."
This feature is disabled. Does anyone know how to get it enabled?
I do have iTunes installed, per http://helpx.adobe.com/flash/using/packaging-applications-air-ios.html #id_91536 .
Hi Kglad, good point -- I should have mentioned, I cannot get Windows Explorer (Windows 7) to find the iPad. It has, on occasion, found my iPod Touch... but I cannot get it to find my iPad. Any thoughts? I've searched the web, and it seems like a lot of other people have the same issue, with no solution.
that's the problem.
start here to troubleshoot: http://www.apple.com/support/ipad/assistant/itunes/
My iPhone and iPad are intermittently recognized by Windows, now (maybe this is occurring now due to some sort of Windows update).
Regardless, even when they're recognized by Windows, Flash CS6 still has the "Install application to the connected device" option disabled.
i've not seen this problem before so i suspect the issue is an os problem or usb port problem. i would be especially suspicous of an usb port issue if the problem is intermittant.
have your tried a different usb port?
once your iOS device is recognized by win explorer AND you leave it connected, does win explorer ever fail to continue recognizing your iOS device is connected?
I've tried all the USB ports on the front of the machine. I realize that the rear ports (which I can't reach because Apple's USB cords are too short) might have a different power source, so the front ports could be the cause.
And, once an iOS device is recognized by Win Explorer, and I leave it connected, Windows DOES continue to recognize it as being connected.