build iPhone apps right on your device using xcode without terminal, ssh or any other program



my proof that you can build on an iPhone/iPod touch without payoing the 99$ to apple
if you want to know how i did this
then PM me or leave a comment
and ill send you the information
you can delete the apps the way you do on the appstore
you keep the glossy look on your apps
and you can make .ipa file out of the .app files and install them with iTunes
its true

note: i do not own a developers account

36 thoughts on “build iPhone apps right on your device using xcode without terminal, ssh or any other program”

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  4. Dude I need some help. I know how to do this but when I go to install my app on my iPhone it says "This provisioning profile does not have a valid signature (or it has a valid, but untrusted signature)" please help thanks

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  5. my xcode builds the app and then trys to install onto device but gives me this error: "this provisioning profile does not have a valid signature (or it has a valid, but untrusted signature"
    plz help

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  6. incredibly easily- a 5 yr old cud figure it out dips!t.

    1. select device in drop down menu, top left.

    2. edit SDK settings in MacintoshHD>Developer>Platforms>iphoneos.platform>developer>SDKs>ur chosen version. change YES to NO on code sign required.

    3. hook up idevice to mac

    4. BUILD AND GO!

    seriously a 5 yr old GRRRRR stop trying to show off tw@t

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