Find My iPhone 2.0.3

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Feb 28, 2012
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Has anyone tried downloading the beta Find My iPhone version 2.0.3?

I already downloaded it but it says that there is no app to open it and even when following Apple's directions, I still cannot gain access to download it to my iPhone 5. I tried using it with both Xcode 4 and Xcode 5 and still nothing.

Any suggestions?
 

hbenitez09

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I downloaded the app and then dragged the file that downloaded into my itunes under the apps section. At that point i synced my iphone to the computer and it added it to the phone. I did delete the existing find my iphone on both the itunes and the phone. After i did this it instantly turned on find my iphone in the settings. Hope this helps
 

dictoresno

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if you want, you can google search for the .ipa file. once downloaded, you can drag and drop it into itunes. this is for people who cant install it through xcode.
 

stprocks

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Jun 28, 2013
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Correct Answer:

Update the beta software through XCode. This is the only way to install (properly) any beta software from Apple. For those who disagree, the results you get will be reverted to the current product out as the beta is only visible if installed correctly. Again, this is by doing so via Xcode. ~ML
 

Gjwilly

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For those who disagree, the results you get will be reverted to the current product out as the beta is only visible if installed correctly.
I'm not quite sure that that sentence means but dragging the whole folder into iTunes does also work.
At least for Windows users -- Windows users don't get XCode.
I used it for the Find My iPhone beta this year and also for the Find My iPhone and Find My Friends betas last year.
Drag into iTunes, sync your device, and then accept the warning that you get when you first run the beta program.
 

dictoresno

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Update the beta software through XCode. This is the only way to install (properly) any beta software from Apple. For those who disagree, the results you get will be reverted to the current product out as the beta is only visible if installed correctly. Again, this is by doing so via Xcode. ~ML
i didnt use xcode and i was able to install it by downloading the ipa file :confused: