Provisioning, Certificates, and failure to install my development app.

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by SqueegyX, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. SqueegyX macrumors regular

    Mar 24, 2008
    I think I got all my certificates and provisioning setup right, but I still cant install any apps to my iphone.

    According to:

    All I have to do is set the item under "Code Signing" in XCode's Project info to "iPhone Developer: My Name", but my provisioning profile doesn't show up in the drop down below if I do that. If I leave it at the default of "iPhone Developer" then I can select my provisioning profile form the drop down.

    However, either easy I still can't install my app, and I get an error:

    "Your mobile device has encountered an unexpected error (0xE8000001) during the install phase: Verifying application"

    I've read this is a code signing issue, and I have rebooted my iPhone a couple of times. Any ideas?
  2. kitkk2 macrumors newbie

    Jul 12, 2008
    I had the same problem at first. Solved it by going to the Target for your application in Xcode. Goto Info -> Properties -> Fill in the Identifier field with com.yourcompany such that is matches what you setup on the developer website.
  3. firewood macrumors 604

    Jul 29, 2003
    Silicon Valley
    Did you setup your Keychain? I think it requires 2 or 3 certificates.
  4. SqueegyX thread starter macrumors regular

    Mar 24, 2008
    Hmm, well according to the iphone dev program website "You are not required to enter your App ID into your Xcode project. Xcode will incorporate the App ID automatically."

    I tried what you said, and I still cant select my profile after I type in my name as the tutorials instruct. I've double checked all the spellings.

    I am using a wildcard app ID though, could that be the problem? It looks like this on the website

    So I set the app ID in xcode to:

    Is that right?

    EDIT: Yes I have both certificates in my keychain. The personal one, and the WWDR certificate. I put them in the "login" keychain, because that was default and apple tell me to put them somewhere different.
  5. gralem macrumors member

    Mar 25, 2002
  6. SqueegyX thread starter macrumors regular

    Mar 24, 2008

    That seemed to do it for me. The only thing I did different was put my .mobileprovision file in ~/Library/MobileDevices/Provisioning Profiles/ and drag it into XCode from there. No idea why that's necesary, but its working now. Thank you.

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