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ApplicationVerificationFailed deploying to iOS with some devices but not others

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Jun 25, 2014

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I'm testing my AIR app for iOS across 4 different devices: an iPad 1, iPad 3, iPad Mini, and iPad Air, signing with a wildcard development provisioning profile.  The app installs and runs just fine on the iPad 3 and iPad Mini, but I get "ApplicationVerificationFailed" when I try to debug on the iPad 1 and iPad Air, and "A valid provisioning profile for this executable was not found," when I try to install the app through XCode, for those two devices only.

The iPad 1 has historically worked OK, though we haven't had use for it in months (in fact, I only plugged it in just to try a different device when I couldn't get the iPad Air to work.)

The iPad Air we got earlier this week, and I've been struggling to get my AIR apps installed on it.

A demo app written solely in XCode installs/debugs just fine on the iPad Air.

I've registered the iPad Air in the Apple Developer center, updated my Team & App development profiles, installed those profiles on all my devices, and updated my AIR project properties with the new .mobileprovision file.

I unzipped the .ipa, looked through the embedded.mobileprovision XML, and found my device's UDID under the ProvisionedDevices key.

I'm really stuck here.  Does anyone have any suggestions?

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ApplicationVerificationFailed deploying to iOS with some devices but not others

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I'm testing my AIR app for iOS across 4 different devices: an iPad 1, iPad 3, iPad Mini, and iPad Air, signing with a wildcard development provisioning profile.  The app installs and runs just fine on the iPad 3 and iPad Mini, but I get "ApplicationVerificationFailed" when I try to debug on the iPad 1 and iPad Air, and "A valid provisioning profile for this executable was not found," when I try to install the app through XCode, for those two devices only.

The iPad 1 has historically worked OK, though we haven't had use for it in months (in fact, I only plugged it in just to try a different device when I couldn't get the iPad Air to work.)

The iPad Air we got earlier this week, and I've been struggling to get my AIR apps installed on it.

A demo app written solely in XCode installs/debugs just fine on the iPad Air.

I've registered the iPad Air in the Apple Developer center, updated my Team & App development profiles, installed those profiles on all my devices, and updated my AIR project properties with the new .mobileprovision file.

I unzipped the .ipa, looked through the embedded.mobileprovision XML, and found my device's UDID under the ProvisionedDevices key.

I'm really stuck here.  Does anyone have any suggestions?

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