You can always check whether advanced telemetry was enabled, by looking at the Session Info panel in Scout - in the Telemetry section, under Advanced Telemetry. If it's not enabled, for some reason, there's a simple app for enabling it here:
Also, just to check, you have selected a frame, or range of frames in Scout? Sorry to state the obvious, but some people have forgotten to do this before (click on the graph in the Frame Timeline to select a frame).
The activity sequence panel only displays data if you click on a single frame (this hasn't changed in the new version of Scout).
From the session info panel, it shows that memory allocations were not enabled. Make sure you check the box "Memory Allocation Tracking" on the left, before running your content.
Are you profiling mobile content? If so, you need to have the companion app running and connected to Scout, in order for it to detect your settings.
Thanks for the response Michael.
Hmmmm, weeeeird, just tried it again and it works! Notice in the previous screenshot that "Memory Allocation Tracking" was checked but yet "Disabled" on the Session Info panel.
The thing that got it to work was checking the "Stage 3D Recording" setting and then turning it off. However, notice in the following screenshot that although unchecked, the Session Info panel still has Stage 3D Recording as "Enabled".
I dunno, it works now.
Thanks again for the help/knowledge.