Multipeer Connectivity Not Working Across iOS 9 and 10
||Date Originated:||08-Jul-2016 12:03 PM|
||Product Version:||iOS 10 (14A5297c) and iOS 9.3.1 (13E238)|
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- Two devices, one running iOS 9 and the other running iOS 10.
- Devices can find each other under bluetooth, but cannot connect to each other.
- Devices can connect each other using Wi-Fi but not Bluetooth.
- Bluetooth: From MCSessionDelegate.session(:peer:didChange:), the state goes to 1(connecting) after calling invitationHandler(true, session) but then goes back to 0(not connected).
Steps to Reproduce:
As illustrated above.
Devices should be able to connect each other after the invitationHandler(true, session), session state should be 2 (connected).
Devices not be able to connect each other after the invitationHandler(true, session), session state falls back to 0 (not connected).
iOS 10 (14A5297c) and iOS 9.3.1 (13E238)
iPhone 6s Plus 64GB w/ iOS 10 (14A5297c) and iPhone 6 64GB w/ iOS 9.3.1 (13E238)
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