Same issue here. Scout works fine with ios6 but not on an ipad with ios7. Although I can see my Scout settings on the ios7 ipad it doesn't show anything when I start my app on the ipad. When I start the same app on another ipad running ios6, Scout works like I am used to.
Hi Rob, I don't know if you know that there's a workaround to make Scout to work with iOS 7. All you have to do is to package a "telemetry.cfg" file in the root of your package that looks something like this:
TelemetryAddress=0.0.0.0:7934 SamplerEnabled = true CPUCapture = true DisplayObjectCapture = true Stage3DCapture = true ScriptObjectAllocationTraces = true
Of course the 0.0.0.0 part is the IP of the computer to which you want your app to send telemetry. With this file you don't need to have Scout companion app anymore, but you have to change the IP everytime you want to connect to another computer.
I'm still hoping to have Adobe commenting on that issue, as if there's a fix for that in the future.
Hi Iojeirg, thank you so much for your quick reply and solution! This works like before on ios6 but now on ios7. Perfect! It's not the way it should be but for now I can go on. Thanks again.
The companion app does work with ios7, but you need to make sure you build your app with the latest version of AIR (3.9). Apple made some changes in ios7 which broke the way the companion app works, so you need both the latest version of the companion app and the AIR SDK for it to work correctly.
Of course, you can also package a telemetry.cfg file if you want to, but this is inconvenient (you have to repackage whenever you want to change any settings), and isn't necessary.