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Created attachment 17827 [details]
I'm trying to implement the HockeyApp SDK on iOS (with the HockeyApp for iOS component) but I'm not seeing the popup to send the report.
I implemented an exception in the OnAppear of my first page to check what the app does when an exception occurs.
When I didn't see the popup, I wanted to see if the error log was available on the device but to my surprise there was no error report on the device at all.
To check what happens I opened the device log console and restarted the app. I saw the exception in the log, but again, it didn't show in the device logs.
I attached the console log so you can see what happend.
I'm using an iPhone 6 with iOS 10.
Visual Studio 2015
Xamarin 18.104.22.1685 (7603786)
Xamarin.iOS 10.0.0.1 (29910bb)
can you provide a sample project including the integration code you used?
I'd recommend opening a ticket in support.hockeyapp.net which makes it easier for us to react and address to the right people, especially if you have confidential information to share within your code sample.