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Ad Hoc on Xcode 6.0.1

So I'm trying to test my app on my phone, but my previous phone didn't transfer the app to my new 6 Plus due to it not being provisioned, so I'm trying to go onto Xcode and do that, but the devices window doesn't show any options or anything under the device, nor can I add a provisioning profile when I have it show provisioning profiles. Does anyone know what to do? Here's what my window looks like: photo ScreenShot2014-09-23at103337PM_zps451339db.png

Having trouble with your game? Sounds like a personal problem.

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  • pHghostpHghost London, UKPosts: 2,299Member

    As far as I can tell, with 6.0.1 you need to go and add your new device through Member Center manually. Then in Xcode, refresh certificates, then in Member Center, download the new Provisioning Profile, and install on iPhone 6 Plus.

    I really hope Apple does something about this process. It was easy and straightforward in Xcode 5, but in 6 it is a mess.

  • ADSentertainmentADSentertainment Posts: 397Member
    edited September 2014

    @pHghost said:
    As far as I can tell, with 6.0.1 you need to go and add your new device through Member Center manually. Then in Xcode, refresh certificates, then in Member Center, download the new Provisioning Profile, and install on iPhone 6 Plus.

    I really hope Apple does something about this process. It was easy and straightforward in Xcode 5, but in 6 it is a mess.

    I have to agree with that. I was thinking of downgrading, but I wasn't sure how easy that would be. Thanks for that though! I'll see if it works

    Having trouble with your game? Sounds like a personal problem.

  • The_Gamesalad_GuruThe_Gamesalad_Guru Posts: 9,906Member

    Yeah it used to ask you if you wanted to use this device for development and did it automatically. Why do they keep messing with the good stuff. The last three versions of Xcode have been totally different.

  • pHghostpHghost London, UKPosts: 2,299Member

    Xcode 5 was at least an upgrade, I would say, and I'm OK with software evolving.

    But why remove really helpful functions with Xcode 6, that's what I don't understand.

  • cph127cph127 Posts: 26Member, PRO

    I am getting white pages in front of our game when using xcode 6.01? What is happening?
    Help please...

  • dapiondapion Posts: 353Member, PRO

    @ADSentertainment‌
    You can show your installed provisioning files for the device under...

    On your screenshot, go to the left site..your device.
    "Right click"...
    "Show Provisioning Files"

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