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iTunes Sync: Failed to install app

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Apr 22, 2013 Apr 22, 2013

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Hello everyone, I am unable to install my mobile app that I am compliling with Flash Builder 4.6. I triple checked all of my iOS settings which are as follows:

  1. Certificate (Dev)
  2. Provisioning File (Dev)
  3. Exported certificate to p12 format
  4. Device set up and good to go
  5. Set up my mobile project with flash builder
  6. Can test it fine when using emmulator
  7. I can package without any errors

The problem is when I drag the .ipa file into itunes and sync, it begins to install and at around 95% I get an error Itunes Sync: App failed to install.

Would appreciate any help on this problem.

OS Specs: OSX 10.8.3

iOS Specs: iPad 2

iOS version: 6.1.3

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Guru ,
Apr 27, 2013 Apr 27, 2013

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Did you drag the provisioning file (which contains the UDID of your device) before the ipa file?

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May 20, 2013 May 20, 2013

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Hi, I have exactly the same problem but am wondering what you mean by 'Did you drag the provisioning file ... before the ipa file'? Can't see anywhere that outlines this process. Thanks in advance ... Ian

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Guru ,
May 20, 2013 May 20, 2013

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See the passage:

Drag-and-drop the .ipa and .mobileprovision files onto Library → Applications in iTunes. On the Mac, you can just drag them to the iTunes icon in your dock.

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