I managed to finally get an image to into my iPhone Simulator, running into a problem now, I can’t find the image to delete it or change. Anyway once you if you know the device that is running (if not you can find out the GUID here: https://qatesttech.wordpress.com/2015/04/22/determining-which-device-is-running-in-the-iphone-simulator/) These steps then worked for adding images: […]Read More Adding an image(s) to the iPhone Simulator
I ran into a problem (again an issue with inheriting someone else’s system and trying to figure out how all the parts work.). The System uses xCode, and Appium, and Ruby, and RSPEC. In theory, according to the documention there is a configuration file, which based on the GUID tells me which “device” is running […]Read More Determining which “device” is running in the iPhone Simulator
In theory there is this command, though I haven’t tried it yet and it requires the iPhone Simulator to be running xcrun simctl erase device_UUID Another option, which also requires the iPhone Simulator to be running is: Within the iPhone/iPad simulator, go to the top-menu and select “iOS Simulator” -> “Reset Content and Settings…“ However […]Read More Resetting an iPhone Simulator and Clearing Images
So from the notes I was given, this is the command to make it work xcrun simctl addphoto 6A0CB955-C22B-48A6-A7F5-809806EB57F2 /Users/username/Dropbox\ \(Evernote\)/Scannable\ Image\ Library/Moleskine.jpg Which failed for me. An error was encountered processing the command (code=146): Invalid device state Then I found out that you need the iPhone Simulator running first to make this work, considering I got the notes and overview […]Read More Adding an image to the iPhone Simulator via the command line
I have been off Android testing for a while, moved to other devices and platforms in the office. Now I am on iOS Testing for our apps and we aren’t doing any active development with Android. I will post more Android stuff when I return to Android testing. So a few Apple-related things will appear […]Read More Other Things.
Occasionally run into a problem when switching devices (unplugging one device and plugging in a different one to collect logcat information), “adb devices” reports my Nexus 7 (running 4.2.2) as offline. Bouncing the adb service (adb kill-server, adb start-sever) doesn’t fix it, either use unplugging the device and plugging it back in. So far, one […]Read More adb devices reporting Nexus 7 offline
Filesystem disk space usage adb shell df For a list of all the available shell programs, use the following command: adb shell ls /system/bin Which returned: adb shell ls /system/bin abcc adb am app_process applypatch atrace bmgr bootanimation btmacreader bu bugmailer.sh bugreport cat chmod chown cmp content cp dalvikvm date dbus-daemon dd debuggerd dexopt […]Read More Finding shell command options and memory usage