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AIR 24 beta "errors occurred in the app thinning process"

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Nov 02, 2016

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When I upload to iTunes connect,I have below message from apple and can't select new build,so I can't release my app.

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"errors occurred in the app thinning process, and your app couldn’t be thinned. If your app contains bitcode, bitcode processing may have failed. Because of these errors, this build of your app will not be able to be submitted for review or placed on the App Store."

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Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

The way names are set up for iOS is to have an English name and then also list other names to use for other languages. Is that how you have it set up, or are you using Japanese for the file name and not using the localization feature?

Here's an example where we needed the German version to show a German title:

    <name>

        <text xml:lang="en">Lift & Haul</text>

        <text xml:lang="de">Thomas H&T</text>

    </name>

perhaps this would work:

    <name>

        <text xml:lang="en">English Title</text>

        <text xml:lang="jp">日本語タイトル</text>

    </name>

and also use a non-Japanese file name.

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AIR 24 beta "errors occurred in the app thinning process"

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Nov 02, 2016

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When I upload to iTunes connect,I have below message from apple and can't select new build,so I can't release my app.

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"errors occurred in the app thinning process, and your app couldn’t be thinned. If your app contains bitcode, bitcode processing may have failed. Because of these errors, this build of your app will not be able to be submitted for review or placed on the App Store."

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What can I do for this?

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

The way names are set up for iOS is to have an English name and then also list other names to use for other languages. Is that how you have it set up, or are you using Japanese for the file name and not using the localization feature?

Here's an example where we needed the German version to show a German title:

    <name>

        <text xml:lang="en">Lift & Haul</text>

        <text xml:lang="de">Thomas H&T</text>

    </name>

perhaps this would work:

    <name>

        <text xml:lang="en">English Title</text>

        <text xml:lang="jp">日本語タイトル</text>

    </name>

and also use a non-Japanese file name.

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Nov 05, 2016

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Hi,

This issue is occurring when there is some special character in the application name. Please try to upload your application once again after removing the special character.

Please let us know how it goes.

Thanks,

Krati

Adobe AIR Engineering

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Nov 06, 2016

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I tried ,but still it's not solved.

What is the special character?

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Nov 06, 2016

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What is the name of your application?

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Nov 06, 2016

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Hi, now I found the solution.

My app name was Japanese.So I tried to change to Alphabet name,the error is cleared.

This problem will be solved for many people who use alphabet app name,but I want to use japanese app title.

So I want adobe fix this issue,please.

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This issue seems to be on Apple side and so we can only wait for them to fix it.

Thanks,

Krati

Adobe AIR Engineering

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Hi.

Now japanese name title apps are released by others, like unity,cocos.

So I think there is something to do about adobe air platform.

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Nov 07, 2016

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The way names are set up for iOS is to have an English name and then also list other names to use for other languages. Is that how you have it set up, or are you using Japanese for the file name and not using the localization feature?

Here's an example where we needed the German version to show a German title:

    <name>

        <text xml:lang="en">Lift & Haul</text>

        <text xml:lang="de">Thomas H&T</text>

    </name>

perhaps this would work:

    <name>

        <text xml:lang="en">English Title</text>

        <text xml:lang="jp">日本語タイトル</text>

    </name>

and also use a non-Japanese file name.

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Nov 14, 2016

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Thank you for your comment.

Previous update(last year december) has worked in my xml setting.

So I thought something wrong about AdobeSDK or Apple.

I will try it next update.

Thank you.

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