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ERROR ITMS-90208: Application loader AIR 32 iOS 12.1

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Apr 15, 2019

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Hello,

Hello

I got this error

ERROR ITMS-90208: "Invalid Bundle. The bundle *** does not support the minimum OS Version specified in the Info.plist."

I'm trying to upload an update to my app using Adobe AIR 32 and an update ANE for iOS 12.

I'm sure it is not because of the ANE but I'm wondering if it could happens because of splash screens or icons for iOS versions less than iOS 8. Does anyone knows what are the correct icon sizes and splash images required for iOS 12?

I found a solution. In the xml file of your project, add theses lines in <Iphone> sections :

<key>MinimumOSVersion</key>

<string>10.0</string>

It will work

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ERROR ITMS-90208: Application loader AIR 32 iOS 12.1

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Apr 15, 2019

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Hello,

Hello

I got this error

ERROR ITMS-90208: "Invalid Bundle. The bundle *** does not support the minimum OS Version specified in the Info.plist."

I'm trying to upload an update to my app using Adobe AIR 32 and an update ANE for iOS 12.

I'm sure it is not because of the ANE but I'm wondering if it could happens because of splash screens or icons for iOS versions less than iOS 8. Does anyone knows what are the correct icon sizes and splash images required for iOS 12?

I found a solution. In the xml file of your project, add theses lines in <Iphone> sections :

<key>MinimumOSVersion</key>

<string>10.0</string>

It will work

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I found a solution. In the xml file of your project, add theses lines in <Iphone> sections :

<key>MinimumOSVersion</key>

<string>10.0</string>

It will work

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iOS 12.1 should allow you to set your MinimumOSVersion as low as 8.0, and you'll want to be sure all of the ANEs you're using are compatible with iOS 12.1 as well (if they support older iOS versions, Apple may reject the build since they look at ALL minimum OS versions within your app, including all ANEs separately).  You may be able to go as low as 7.0 for ANEs, but I don't think AIR itself will support that far back for the main app.

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