DISCLAIMER: It is my first post in this category. iOS development is somewhat new field for me as I did not do as much development for iOS in the past.
In last few months it is primary development activity for me. Coming from Windows world it is different, but this time and age, there is no big difference to go between platforms, OSes, dev. environments. During this exciting time few things I stumbled on and I will put few notes here to share and to remember.
Ok, enough on that… let’s talk business.
For last month or so I was getting XCode crash when trying importing Provisioning Profiles from Apple’s dev. portal. XCode’s Organizer and XCode itself would just spin and die.
I am using Ad Hoc distribution for testing and adding new devices would require you to reload profiles.
Please note that you can still download profile as a file from the portal and then load it in the Organizer, but Refresh function is much better.
Today I was very impatient and after some quick research issue is now solved…
Open Terminal and navigate to ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/
In there you would find file “connect1.apple.com 4.6.1.db“
Go to Organizer -> Provisioning Profiles -> Refresh
If you follow my LinkedIn profile than you may know that I am working at WideOrbit out of Bay Area these days.
Being with company for more than a year as Head of Development for Emerging Media Group, few products I have been involvement from outside our group. One of them is close to my background in Financial field – WO Central – Ad market exchange.
Let’s do a little promotion – I really like the work group has done
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After some research and looking around the running processes a problem happened to be very simple – not closed properly GarminLifetime.exe or GarminMapUpdater.exe - killing it solved the problem.
One would think that updater would detect concurrent access to the device, but…
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