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How do I get device simulator working in xcode after moving the Library/Developer file to an external hard drive and symlinking it. Yes, I've already symlinked the files from Developer.

  • Welcome to Ask Different :) What is the version of Xcode that you are using? – Nimesh Neema Dec 1 '18 at 13:27
  • Don't worry about it. It's not possible. You have to have Library/Developer on your internal ssd for simulator to work. It's possible individual folders except the ones that have the simulators in it can be symlinked but not the root Developer files as a whole. Xcode version is irrelevant for this question. – Joey MeetsWorld Dec 7 '18 at 1:38
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Don't worry about it. It's not possible. You have to have Library/Developer on your internal ssd for simulator to work. It's possible individual folders except the ones that have the simulators in it can be symlinked but not the root Developer files as a whole. Xcode version is irrelevant for this question.

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