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Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by Clete2, Sep 27, 2009.
What is this? I keep getting it, even if I remove it. What is it talking about?
It has the look of an iphone configuration profile. Do you use Exchange?
It looks like a way of stripping carrier hacks like the Ben.M carrier files from your iPhone.
1) I'm not hacked in any way, shape, or form. I'm on AT&T non-jailbroken and never have been on this particular iPhone.
2) I've tested apps before. (relevance?)
3) I use Google Sync Exchange.. but this was there before I set that up.
You say you removed this and it keeps coming back. How did you remove it?
Clicking that Remove button.
It doesn't come back immediately.. if I check back a few days later, it will be there.
I think we were conversing on another thread about the Iphone conif tool. Have you looked at your phone using that util to see if there is a profile on it?
Yeah we are. I'll check. Give me a few.
Here's some more info. Every time I sync with iTunes, the provisioning profile is added. It shows up in the iPhone configuration tool after I sync. I have removed the app that I am helping beta test and it's still adding the profile. Here's what the configuration utility has to say about it:
Windows 7 64-bit RTM
Have you tried removing it from the Provisioning tab in iTunes?
From the screenshot it looks like the remove tab is grayed out. It would be interesting to see what the Provisioning Profile option in the left column shows. I would like to see if this profile is password protected.
Try what thelatinist said.
Interesting. I thought the same thing. All of the tabs on the left are empty for provisioning.
I can't remove it because its grayed out.
Has anyone figured out how to remove provisioning profiles?