I updated my test device and now I get the message:
"Instruments failed to start the app."
solved my problem
Xamarin Studio: 5.10.3
Test Cloud Agent: 0.18.0
Device: iPhone 6, iOS 9.3
The tests ran like a charm with 9.2.1.
@lanzelot1989 I'm glad you got it working. Instruments failed to start the app is not unusual after an XCode or iOS update but happens occasionally at other times as well. For the benefit of others, some standard things to try are:
Instruments failed to start the app
Make sure that UI Automation is enabled on the device. Even when the device says it is, some people have fixed this issue by rebooting the device and re-enabling UI Automation.
See Instruments failed to start the app while running UI Test on iOS device.
If the Developer option is not available in Settings, see Enable Development After Upgrading Devices to iOS 8.x.
There seem to be some possible "traps" to fall into.
Because different causes are merged into the same error messages "Unable to start application, no application with bundleId" and "Instruments failed to start the app".
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