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Run on Device (iPhone) - Install Now button is disabled

I can't click on Install Now. It's greyed out. With a native XCode and an objective-c project I can test an old app of mine on my device so I believe I must have my dev profiles installed correctly but Titanium doesn't seem to be detecting them. I CAN get the app to work in the emulator for what it's worth. Here's what my Run on Device screen reads:

  • Register your iPhone with Apple: 'Register' (this is a link)
  • Obtain WWDR Intermediate Certificate from Apple: 'Detected'
  • Obtain Development Provisioning Profile from Apple: 'Get Profile' (this is a link)
  • Upload Development Provisioning Profile: 'Upload' (this opens a file dialog for me)

Above those options, I notice it says, "We cannot verify all steps, so once you've completed them all, click Install". I'm fine with it not auto-detecting, but now what? I don't know if it's just broken or if there's something I'm supposed to be doing. Suggestions?

I'm using

  • Titanium Developer 1.2.1
  • Targeting SDK 3.1 or 3.1.2 (same results)
— asked June 3rd 2010 by Andrew Blair
  • iphone

1 Answer

  • Accepted Answer

    Try manually selecting your development provisioning profile in the file open dialogue that appears when you select "Upload".

    — answered June 3rd 2010 by Kevin Whinnery
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