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Created attachment 750 [details]
The attachemnet contains the sample project tryingto print ot connected printer using EASession
I am developing an iPhone app, in which I am trying to print a content to the connected accessory (i.e printer) via cable or BlueTooth.
This code was working fine for both printer connected via cable or Bluetooth.
Now I have updated my iOS version to 5.0 and now the same is working only for cable and some times for Bluetooth. If I press the print button 8-10 times the Bluetooth printer prints once.
I have attached a sample project which contains various methods i have used and was not working for me.
Also I wanted to handle the Stream Event
So I have created a class
Class MyStream : NSStreamDelegate
Public override void HandleEvent(NSStream stream, NSStreamEvent event)
And I have used the code like
Session.OutputStream.Delegate = new MyStream()
And also I have tried
Session.OutputStream.OnEvent += delegate (object sender, NSStreamEventargs e)
But this Event never fire, I have added an Alter for each event, but none of the event fires event the default case doesn’t fir, means that this event is not at all called by the NSOutputStream, how can I enable this events.
I have to handle a
You need to list the external accessories you're going to use in your Info.plist.
There is some documentation on this on apple's site: http://developer.apple.com/library/ios/#featuredarticles/ExternalAccessoryPT/Introduction/Introduction.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40009502
Here is a screenshot of how to set this value in Info.plist: http://screencast.com/t/AYmOWjf8wkL