I'm trying to test my AS3 application done in Flash CC pro 2014 v184.108.40.206 with the command menu "test on the USB Device" or "debug on USB device", but it always says that my device are not connected ! (although of course they are)
It worked one week ago, and now, it works as it wants.
It seems like a recent update has changed some things. I had to come back to XCode 5 to have the ios simulator. I wanted to go back to an earlier version of Flash, but it seems now impossible !
The console log says at one time "Adobe Flash CC 2014: Failed to open file", and it stops trying to execute the debugger.
The strange thing also is that the debug environment doesn't open neither.
Do you have any idea to make it work ?
when you open a file browser, do you see your connected idevice?
if yes, click control>test movie>on device via usb>and click refresh device list if your device is not listed.
if no, you need to troubleshoot your connection.
Yes, I see my device on all my softwares (file browser, itunes, and even in the Flash IDE).
But I tried to remove the iOS simulator link and to completely remove Xcode, and it eventually worked !.... It should not be that way... It is like the iOS simulator is in conflict with the USB debugging tool. If I launch iOS simulator before launching the USB debugging tool, this last one won't work (that's what I think).