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Unable to debug with air-sdk 30.0.0.103

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Using the latest sdk-beta (30.0.0.103) I'm not able to debug on my iPad.

I got it installed and running using ad-hoc/distribution-profile-combo, but when trying to debug I still run into this error: "Installation Error: APIInternalError." ... with both distribution-/development-provisioning-profile.

Any suggestions?

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Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

Yesterday I did have problems with ad-hoc, but developer cert and profile does still work. Here's the target used by ADT:

-target ipa-debug

You could fix your issues with AIR 28, then switch to AIR 30 to make the App Store build.

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Unable to debug with air-sdk 30.0.0.103

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Using the latest sdk-beta (30.0.0.103) I'm not able to debug on my iPad.

I got it installed and running using ad-hoc/distribution-profile-combo, but when trying to debug I still run into this error: "Installation Error: APIInternalError." ... with both distribution-/development-provisioning-profile.

Any suggestions?

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Correct answer by Colin Holgate | Adobe Community Professional

Yesterday I did have problems with ad-hoc, but developer cert and profile does still work. Here's the target used by ADT:

-target ipa-debug

You could fix your issues with AIR 28, then switch to AIR 30 to make the App Store build.

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The solution for now is to test with either developer profiles or with ad-hoc distribution, for the target value.

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Colin,

For me it does not work even with developer profiles. Actually I can only use develop profile in Flash Builder, I can not use ad hoc profile to debug? How can you use ad hoc profile to debug from Flash Builder?

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I guess that I'll chime in here. I'm also getting these errors with a developer certificate. I'm doing this from IntelliJ.

My next step will be to go back over the whole certificate-creation process and make sure that I've done everything correctly. It's possible that I've missed something.

But it seems that we're seeing a lot of people having problems with this. There are at least three similar threads:

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chaky​ I know it's a known issue, and I think it needs to be solved

@colin developer/distribution-certificates do not solve this problem for me ...

I'm about to upload an almost finished app and need the debugger to solve some (probably) sdk-related-issues ... now I'm only able to debug with 28.0.0.125, but I guess that one doesn't allow me to upload to Apple properly?

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Yesterday I did have problems with ad-hoc, but developer cert and profile does still work. Here's the target used by ADT:

-target ipa-debug

You could fix your issues with AIR 28, then switch to AIR 30 to make the App Store build.

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Hi Colin, thanks for this

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