go-ios

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Published: Aug 25, 2021 License: MIT Imports: 28 Imported by: 0

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go-ios

Go-iOS was inspired by the wonderful https://www.libimobiledevice.org It can do all of what libimobiledevice can do and in addition also run XCUITest, launch and kill apps and much more. It is written in golang, so you can control iOS devices using fast CLI tools :-)

Highlights:

  • run XCTests including WebdriverAgent on Linux, Windows and Mac
  • start and stop apps
  • Use a debug proxy to reverse engineer every tool Mac OSX has, so you can contrib to go-ios or build your own
  • use Accessibility Inspector APIs
Options:
  -v --verbose   Enable Debug Logging.
  -t --trace     Enable Trace Logging (dump every message).
  --nojson       Disable JSON output (default).
  -h --help      Show this screen.
  --udid=<udid>  UDID of the device.

The commands work as following:
	The default output of all commands is JSON. Should you prefer human readable outout, specify the --nojson option with your command. 
	By default, the first device found will be used for a command unless you specify a --udid=some_udid switch.
	Specify -v for debug logging and -t for dumping every message.

   ios listen [options]                                               Keeps a persistent connection open and notifies about newly connected or disconnected devices.
   ios list [options] [--details]                                     Prints a list of all connected device's udids. If --details is specified, it includes version, name and model of each device.
   ios info [options]                                                 Prints a dump of Lockdown getValues.
   ios image list [options]                                           List currently mounted developers images' signatures
   ios image mount [--path=<imagepath>] [options]                     Mount a image from <imagepath>
   ios image auto [--basedir=<where_dev_images_are_stored>] [options] Automatically download correct dev image from the internets and mount it. You can specify a dir where images should be cached. The default is the current dir. 
   ios syslog [options]                                               Prints a device's log output
   ios screenshot [options] [--output=<outfile>]                      Takes a screenshot and writes it to the current dir or to <outfile>
   ios devicename [options]                                           Prints the devicename
   ios date [options]                                                 Prints the device date
   ios devicestate list [options]                                     Prints a list of all supported device conditions, like slow network, gpu etc.
   ios devicestate enable <profileTypeId> <profileId> [options]       Enables a profile with ids (use the list command to see options). It will only stay active until the process is terminated.
   >                                                                  Ex. "ios devicestate enable SlowNetworkCondition SlowNetwork3GGood"
   ios lang [--setlocale=<locale>] [--setlang=<newlang>] [options]    Sets or gets the Device language
   ios mobilegestalt <key>... [--plist] [options]                     Lets you query mobilegestalt keys. Standard output is json but if desired you can get
   >                                                                  it in plist format by adding the --plist param. 
   >                                                                  Ex.: "ios mobilegestalt MainScreenCanvasSizes ArtworkTraits --plist"
   ios diagnostics list [options]                                     List diagnostic infos
   ios pair [--p12file=<orgid>] [--password=<p12password>] [options]  Pairs the device. If the device is supervised, specify the path to the p12 file 
   >                                                                  to pair without a trust dialog. Specify the password either with the argument or
   >                                                                  by setting the environment variable 'P12_PASSWORD'
   ios ps [options]                                                   Dumps a list of running processes on the device
   ios forward [options] <hostPort> <targetPort>                      Similar to iproxy, forward a TCP connection to the device.
   ios dproxy [--binary]                                              Starts the reverse engineering proxy server. 
   >                                                                  It dumps every communication in plain text so it can be implemented easily. 
   >                                                                  Use "sudo launchctl unload -w /Library/Apple/System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.usbmuxd.plist"
   >                                                                  to stop usbmuxd and load to start it again should the proxy mess up things.
   >                                                                  The --binary flag will dump everything in raw binary without any decoding. 
   ios readpair                                                       Dump detailed information about the pairrecord for a device.                                              Starts a pcap dump of network traffic
   ios install --path=<ipaOrAppFolder> [options]                      Specify a .app folder or an installable ipa file that will be installed.  
   ios pcap [options] [--pid=<processID>] [--process=<processName>]   Starts a pcap dump of network traffic, use --pid or --process to filter specific processes.
   ios apps [--system]                                                Retrieves a list of installed applications. --system prints out preinstalled system apps.
   ios launch <bundleID>                                              Launch app with the bundleID on the device. Get your bundle ID from the apps command.
   ios kill <bundleID> [options]                                      Kill app with the bundleID on the device.
   ios runtest <bundleID>                                             Run a XCUITest. 
   ios runwda [--bundleid=<bundleid>] [--testrunnerbundleid=<testbundleid>] [--xctestconfig=<xctestconfig>] [--arg=<a>]... [--env=<e>]...[options]  runs WebDriverAgents
   >                                                                  specify runtime args and env vars like --env ENV_1=something --env ENV_2=else  and --arg ARG1 --arg ARG2
   ios ax [options]                                                   Access accessibility inspector features. 
   ios debug [--stop-at-entry] <app_path>                             Start debug with lldb
   ios reboot [options]                                               Reboot the given device
   ios -h | --help                                                    Prints this screen.
   ios --version | version [options]                                  Prints the version

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