Solution to fix emulator issue:
Open Control Panel
Click on Network and Internet
Click on Internet and Sharing Center
Click on your Wi-Fi Connection name
Click on Properties
Then select Internet Protocol Version 4 and click on Properties
Click Advanced -> Click on Tab DNS -> Click on Add
Write 188.8.131.52 & Click Add, It will look like
Check your ...
After searching on Google & suggested by @pavelsaman, I took following steps and this error particularly got resolved :
Re-install [Uninstall and install again] the application
Open mobile settings and From apps & notifications select your targeted application
Tap on Permissions
Check what all permissions has been denied [This you might did it ...
Configure nested virtualization manually
On the Azure VM, open PowerShell as an Administrator.
Enable the Hyper-V feature and Management Tools.
Open PowerShell and run
Install-WindowsFeature -Name Hyper-V -IncludeManagementTools -Restart
This command restarts the Azure VM. You will lose your RDP connection during the restart process.After the ...
There are few labs right now that you can choose from if you don't have access to real iOS devices.
Few of them:
Amazon AWS Device farm
Xamarin Test Cloud
Here are the device lists for AWS DeviceFarm, Xamarin Test Cloud, and SauceLabs TestObject. I have worked with each and they all accept a device identifier (defined in desired capabilities or via command line param). You get this Name or ID by picking from a list that clearly labels if it is a real device. I haven't found/looked for any emulators/simulators ...
Not sure about any library existence, but from the official SauceLabs response: one can use TestObject to utilize real devices and SauceLabs main resource to conduct testing on emulators/simulators. Hopefully this helps.