Run My Own Apps from Xcode on iPod touch

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  1. Masna

    Masna New Member

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    I apologize if this has been asked before, but I'm testing my own applications for the iPhone/iPod, and I've been doing it through the simulator all along. I want to test on my iPod touch, but of course you have to join the Apple Developer Program.

    Is there a way to bypass this (through jailbreaking) and still test my apps on my iPod without paying the $99?

    Thanks a lot.
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  3. Masna

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    You have to jailbreak to sign your own apps w/o the $99 certificate.
  5. Masna

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    Thank you. Can you tell me how to do that or show me some documentation to do that? I'm just totally lost here. I don't know where to go at all.
  6. Collateral

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    Yea, once you have the app SSH/SFTP'd onto your /Applications Folder you can run a code from SSH or mobile terminal to sign them, give me a sec to look up the code...
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    I think the code is:

    Code:
    ldid -S
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    wat have you made?
  9. Masna

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    Is it as simple as that? Or do I have to use the code you provided with some additional ending that signifies the application to sign?
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    Alright, I have the tool installed and I'm trying to sign using Terminal (on the iPod).

    I'm running this

    ldid -S ~/Applications/TestApp.app

    I'm getting an error like "(assert):false" or something like that.

    Any ideas?
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    Alright, I have the tool installed and I'm trying to sign using Terminal (on the iPod).

    I'm running this

    ldid -S ~/Applications/TestApp.app

    I'm getting an error like "(assert):false" or something like that.

    Any ideas?
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    Alright, I have the tool installed and I'm trying to sign using Terminal (on the iPod).

    I'm running this

    ldid -S ~/Applications/TestApp.app

    I'm getting an error like "(assert):false" or something like that.

    Any ideas?
  10. Collateral

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    ldid -S /Applications/TestApp.app

    no tilda ~

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