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no ios provisioning device profile connect

lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
They are frustrated ... I created my own app but when I go to Build:

"no ios provisioning device profile connect"

I did all the certificates and no one has expired.

Help me please... :(

Comments

  • Rob2Rob2 Posts: 2,402Member
    sounds like you have a version mixup maybe

    what version of Xcode are you using

    what version of iOS is on your device (Settings/general/about/version)
  • lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
    i using 3.2.4 version xcode...
  • lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
    and ios device is 4
  • lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
    Someone can help me please...
  • Rob2Rob2 Posts: 2,402Member
    sorry... exactly what stage do you get a problem and precisely what error is reported
  • lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
    hi,
    Thanks..
    In the final stage when i click on build in device distribution, the error is: "no ios provisioning device profile connect"

    Yet I've connected my ipod 4...

    The build result say: Build successed, but is an error..
  • Rob2Rob2 Posts: 2,402Member
    you probably haven't got the correct/any provisioning profile installed.
  • lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
    No i have correct and any provisioning profile installed my certificate dont Are issued.
  • lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
    Someone can help me please :(
    This is my true error: when i click in "Build and Run" in device distribution: written uot: No ios provisioning profile connect.
    And when i click on Build results i have only 1 error this:

    iPhone/iPod Touch: Info.plist: Unable to verify icon dimensions, no icon found. Your MinimumOSVersion is below 3.2, so you must define CFBundleIconFile or provide a default Icon.png that is 57x57. (-19013)

    Thank you
  • lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
    I have this error:

    iPhone/iPod Touch: Info.plist: Unable to verify icon dimensions, no icon found. Your MinimumOSVersion is below 3.2, so you must define CFBundleIconFile or provide a default Icon.png that is 57x57. (-19013)

    What is?? im frustated...
  • JohnPapiomitisJohnPapiomitis Posts: 6,256Member
    You didnt submit a icon with it. You have to make a icon thats 57x57 and make sure its named Icon.png with the capital i because its case sensitive. Then drag it into your xcode project.
  • lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
    Can I put 57x57 icon simply by dragging it to Xcode?
  • JohnPapiomitisJohnPapiomitis Posts: 6,256Member
    lukino89 said:
    Can I put 57x57 icon simply by dragging it to Xcode?

    Yes you drag it into the right, like any other image you would want to add to your project. But make sure its named Icon.png with capital i, and it will automatically set the icon for you and youll be good.
  • lukino89lukino89 Posts: 20Member
    Hello I quote as you say, the picture is called icon.png, but nothing happens the same error.
    What is the right?
  • JohnPapiomitisJohnPapiomitis Posts: 6,256Member
    is the i in icon capital? it has to be Icon.png not icon.png
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