Once I have used the simulator once, I can't run
rake device anymore without a system restart. I get this message:
Make sure RubyMotion is using a valid (non-expired) provisioning profile
and that no other process (iTunes, Xcode) is connected to your iOS device
at the same time (even through Wi-Fi).
Now, I've been down the whole iTunes path and got the WiFi syncing turned off and am still bothered by this because I'm working on a bluetooth app for vending, and I can't use the Cirago dongle anymore, so anytime I want to push code to the phone to test the Bluetooth change I've made I have to restart.
There's got to be some process I can grep and kill in the background that can keep from having to go through this whole cycle because my iteration on testing coding changes should be so much shorter than this whole restart rigamarole.
Quitting the simulator doesn't kill the underlying process that is blocking RubyMotion from pushing.
What ps should I be looking for to kill so that I can speed up my iterations testing bluetooth code?