What is Gorooda Enterprise?

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  1. petrucci666 macrumors 6502a

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    I installed 5.1, non-jailbroken on iPhone 4.

    I found this under profiles and have no idea what it is. My iPhone is a personal phone, not a corporate one so nobody has messed with it. Googled 'Gorooda Enterprise' but came up with no results.


    Has anyone seen this? What is this?

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  2. Lunchb0x8 macrumors 6502a

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    If you installed the Beta of any iOS with someone else's dev account, they might have listed you as a dev device under a certain provsioning profile.
     
  3. petrucci666 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    That's the thing: I've never done this, I don't even know any developers.
     
  4. ast86 macrumors newbie

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    I have this too

    I have this on my iPhone too....what is it?!

    It's the exact same too, same recieved and expired dates...
     
  5. Arelunde macrumors 6502a

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    What's the path to this screen? I've looked all through "General" settings and don't see anything like Profiles, much less this screen.
     
  6. ast86 macrumors newbie

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    Settings > General > Profiles

    It's at the bottom of the General Settings, after "Accessibility" and above "reset"
     
  7. Arelunde macrumors 6502a

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    I don't have that. There's nothing between Accessibility and Reset. I have an iPhone4, not a 4S. Maybe this has something to do with it (??)
     
  8. ast86 macrumors newbie

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    Yes I do have the 4s, maybe its something to do with Siri or something. Its odd that absolutly nothing comes up on Google when i searched "Gorooda Enterprise"
     
  9. Arelunde macrumors 6502a

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    I googled it and got a couple screens with the word somewhere listed in the description, but no definition. One site seemed to refer to an aircraft of some sort. Who knows. I sure don't. Maybe it's just a trendy word in "tech-dom."
     
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    The Profiles menu only appears when you have a profile installed.

    I do not have any profiles on my 4S.
     
  11. Arelunde macrumors 6502a

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    Could you define what constitutes a profile? Is this something like a custom set of "rules" for the OS? How would one be set up or is it something generated by Apple for, say, Siri?
     
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    I'd better let someone else explain it; I'm aware of their existence but haven't touched them since the iOS 2 days. They could be used to configure "enterprise settings" but I don't recall what this involves.
     
  13. Sylon macrumors 68020

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    No profile option here, rocking a 4S, and Im not a developer (unfortunately).
     
  14. ct2k7 macrumors 603

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    iOS profiles comes in two main types:

    configuration and provisioning.

    You have a provisioning profile. That means that you have an application on your device which has not yet been signed by Apple and released through to iOS App Store. Unfortunately, I can't tell you which app this is.

    A configuration profile allows for organisations to customise settings on a device:
    • Device Restrictions (e.g disabling the camera)
    • Web clips
    • Certificates: credentials, keys etc.
    • Microsoft Exchange Policies
    • Passcode policies
    • Wi-Fi settings
    • VPN settings
    • Advanced cellular network settings
    • etc.

    EDIT: Here's what a configuration profile is: http://developer.apple.com/library/...tionProfileRef/Introduction/Introduction.html
     

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