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Connecting real mobile devices to system wirelessly, when the device and system is connected over the same network
In our organization we are not allowed to connect real mobile device to our system using USB. This is due to strict security protocol and no exceptions will be allowed, if requested.
Therefore, we are trying to communicate between the mobile device and system wirelessly as they are on the same secured network. And we successful in establishing the same.
After the connection is established, we are able to see the our desired device in the list of available devices.
The problem comes when we are trying to record the mobile device and the virtual assistance throws are error saying the app is not present in the device, however the app is present. RFT is not able to recognize it.
We have tried with other apps as well, e.g. the google calculator app, and observed the same issue.
If will be very useful if RFT can start the virtual assistance for mobile devices connected wirelessly, for recording and capturing mobile elements for automation.
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