2.- USB ports don't seem to be working, It's a bit frustrating as I expected to use this for iOS development and deployment on real devices. I added a USB host to the VM configuration, then plugged in an iPad, and let VMWare to plug it to the guest system. Nothing happens, and System Report reports this under "USB"
- AppleUSBUHCI Root Hub Simulation
- VMWare Virtual USB Mouse
- VMWare Virtual USB Hub
Norton287 wrote:As far as usb its hit or miss if it's seeing your virtual mouse and keyboard it should see the ipad.
I'm in the same position. My sole reason for having a macOS VM is for iOS development. This is only wasting space on my hard drive until I can figure out why none of my USB devices will connect to the VM. Not even a generic SD card reader will connect. Yes, the keyboard and mouse connect, but "should see the iPad" is not the case. Neither my iPhone or iPad connect to the VM. I've looked around the internet, and every tutorial I can find for connecting an Apple mobile device to the VM says the device will show up in the VM removable devices as "iPhone" or "iPad." Mine simply shows "Apple Mobile Device USB Driver." I have the drivers installed host-side, obviously. My iPad and iPhone both work with iTunes on the host, are in the device manager, visible from "This PC" (formerly My Computer) and the Devices list in the Windows 10 native settings application.
Also, no matter what I do, sound does not work. Guest OS does not have a sound output at all.