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info Plist command
App Transport Security Settings
Allow Arbitrary Loads Yes
is the command needed to get your plugin working now in iOS 12 (even to get to google.com)
hope that helps others having issues with working with non secure sites.
to be clear That log file was from running your demo scene. So as it stands your demo scene will not work to go to google.com. I understand what your saying but it looks like even going to google using your own demo scene will not work and you will be getting more people asking for help on this issue. It looks like your plugin doesn’t function to the end user if the demo scene fails. Since I have never had this issue I have had little luck finding the command to put in the info plist to allow unsecured connections. Anyway thank you for your time but As it stands your product is misleading to end user. Your own manual says no additional steps are needed. Find it yourself is not the response I expected. Anyway I will most likely just find another way to do this without your plugin. I require no more help from your company thank you for your time.
Thank you for checking. I will upgrade to that build and see if it fixes my issue. Im on 2018.2.1f.
Just to be clear the person has the same issue I have. Your plugin doesn’t work when building to gradle. It does work when building to internal build. Gradle works much better for many things on my app but your plugin fails when switching to Gradle on android. Even your test scene doesn’t work. This is with forced internet connection checked or set to auto. I believe this is the issue the user was trying to get across. It seems your plugin has a direct issue when building to gradle on the android platform. Again no issues with the build working when set to internal build.