_assert(0:signature != NULL) with ios 4 (Xcode 3.2.3)

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  1. zebal

    zebal New Member

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    Hi guys,

    I´m new here. I starting in xcode 3.2.3 and when i put the app in ssh with ldid -s /Applications/test123.app/test123, i have this problem _assert(0:signature != NULL).

    I try all things... i use this manual and another youtube video but i always get this message and other manuals like that.

    I think the new version 3.2.3 with iOS4 can't signed like 3.1.X

    What can i do?

    Thanks a lot
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    Oks, thanks!!

    Do you advice me to delete SDK and restart again? I modify all things like the obsolete tutorial.

    Thanks you for the information.
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    No all you had to do was change one word in one file in the last tutorial.

    Just select the certificate you made with keychain access in the project settings and it should give a warning at the end of compiling for device that it failed apple code signing checks (checking if it was signed with an apple certificate) not an error or anything.

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    Thanks, i´m going to try when i arrive at home.

    Is normal to have a warning message "No devie conected" or similar (i don´t remember) when y run and go the application?? Maybe i just only use Run and not Run and Go. is it?


    Thanks
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    Run & Go tries to install it on a connected device so yes you'd get a warning about that.

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    It´ doesn´t work

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    I do the certificate without problems and i choose the Jailbroken Dev in the sign... and i had 3 warnings:

    • iPhone/iPod Touch: Info.plist: Unable to verify icon dimensions, no icon found. You must define CFBundleIconFile, CFBundleIconFiles, or provide a default Icon.png that is 57x57 (-19013)
    • Info.plist does not contain a CFBundleResourceSpecification (-19015)
    • Application failed codesign verification. The signature was invalid, or it was not signed with an Apple submission certificate. (-19011)

    i use ssh to upload my app and put in terminal ldid -s /Applications/HellowWord.app/HellowWord
    and get the error.

    any idea?

    thanks

    any idea?
    ------------------double post merged------------------
    AAAAHH!!!

    Now works!! i found the error. When i put the "Jailbroken dev" in the project info, only change like that:

    CODE_SIGN_IDENTITY = Jailbroken Developer
    CODE_SIGN_IDENTITY[sdk=iphoneos*] = Jailbroken Developer
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    right click under Target files then click on "Get Info". Under the Build Tab, uncheck "Valid Built Product" that will disabled those warnings.
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    I know you've got it working but just a few points.

    One that last warning is meant to be there (it's become a warning though not an error).

    The others are something to do with the project itself not the code signing,

    And ldid hasn't been updated for iPad apps or 4.0 apps.


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