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Adding a new device to your iPhone App via Test Flight

Procedure for adding a new device to Xcode / TestFlight.

1. Go to the Apple Provisioning Portal: https://developer.apple.com/ios/manage/overview/index.action
2. Go to Devices
3. Add the device and a description of who it belongs to and what device it is.
4. Go to PROVISIONING link on the left.
5. Click Edit / Modify next to the Dev Profile
6. Add the newly added device to the profile and click Submit
7. Repeat steps 5/6 for the Ad Hoc Profile under “Distribution” tab.
8. Go to Xcode
10. Go to Provisioning Profiles
11. Click REFRESH (bottom right corner)
12. Verify that dates of profiles you updated are updated.
13. Delete old copies (based on dates)
14. Close the Organizer
16. Go to the Build Settings tab and scroll down to the Code Signing section. For the two default build configurations (Debug and Release), select your Development Provisioning Profile for Debug and your Ad Hoc Provisioning Profile for Release. Leave Code Signing Entitlements blank.
18. Product / Archive
19. If you get an error like this, you need to manually fix the project: Code Sign error: Provisioning profile ‘XXXXX-XXX…’ can’t be found
20. Instructions to solve: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1760518/codesign-error-provisioning-profile-cannot-be-found-after-deleting-expired-prof
21. After archiving, DISTRIBUTE
22. Ad hoc deployment
23. Code Signing: Ad Hoc
24. Go to test flight app https://testflightapp.com/dashboard/
25. Add a build – upload the file
26. ensure that the UDID you added is present
27. Copy testfligh link and UPDATE
28. Distribute link to testers.

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  1. October 17, 2012 at 9:09 am

    Thanks for the note about TestFlight. I was made aware by Neil Schreiber on my post yesterday. Thanks for posting this help info about it. http://t.co/yxmTETQC

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