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I'm sorry I don't have a sample app to provide but this is a simple scenario. Take the Reachability.cs class that you have on Github and place it in a class library referenced by an iOS app, unified or not, but I'm using unified. In the iOS app set LINK ALL for the AdHoc or AppStore build as if you were sending this to production. What I notice is that when LINK ALL is used reachability fails. If I use LINK SDK ONLY then it will work. As a result I don't have confidence in the LINK ALL but wanted to bring this to your attention.
@Paola can you create/attach a test case for this. Thanks!
Created attachment 10447 [details]
Testcase for bug.
This test is used to try to reproduce the reported behaviour.
Ok, added the test case and changed build config to LINK ALL but Reachability is still working (on device, using iOS 8.2).
Could you provide version info and/or confirm that you can reproduce the reported behaviour using the test case I just attached to this bug?
The sample you created is not per what I outlined, I updated it to put reachability in a class library but cannot reproduce the issue. I will try to create a working sample and if reproduced I'll reopen this case.
Thank you for your time.
Created attachment 10449 [details]