|Jan 31, 2011, 06:17 AM||#1|
Automatic Device Provisioning
So I let the provisioning profile for an app I'd developed expire.
I try build and run in xcode and get the following warning
The iPhone “**** iPhone” doesn’t have the provisioning profile with which the application was signed.
Click “Install and Run” to install the provisioning profile “***” on “**** iPhone” and continue running “***.app”.
I click on install and run but then I get the error
"A valid provisioning profile for this executable was not found."
I believe I may need to get the "team developers profile" to my device using xcode.
I go into organizer window and select "provisioning profiles".
then I click the Refresh button next to "Automatic Device Provisioning".
The drop down for the credentials comes down. I enter my apple ID and password (this is what I use to log into the ios dev center) but the drop down reappears after a few seconds as though I'd entered the wrong credentials. I've treied this multiple times now being careful to enter the correct ios dev center credentials but to no avail.
Anyone know what is going on here?
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