I have written a app in Tinanium that I wish to deploy to my jailbroken iPhone for testing. I tested some native iPhone apps written and compiled in xCode with a self signing certificate and they do work fine.
However, every time I want to use the same self signing certificate with the Titanium build xCode-project it does not work.
Does anybody have a workaround for this?
p.s. I using xCode 3.2.4 and iOS4.1
Make sure the device is plugged in then in XCode pick Organizer and make sure your device is properly marked for development. I just had an issue where my device became unregistered for development.
Then open your project in XCode and check these settings.
Select Target then right click on your application and pick Get Info.
Check the Properties/Identifier and make sure it matches an existing/working mobile provision.
Then look at Build/Code Signing Identity and see that it is hooked to an iPhone Developer
Then Build/Targeted Device Family is iPad
Then Build/Base SDK is iOS Device 3.2 or iOS Simulator 3.2
Then in your project dropdown select the iOS 3.2 and Device so it says Device - 3.2 | Debug | Your App
Once you are this point you should be able to build to the device like your other projects.
If this doesn't help, please give a more specific explanation of what is happening.
You could always just create a new self signed cert for iPhone Developer. That's what I did and I was able to have XCode install the app on my iPhone. I have the same setup as your self, jailbroken 3G, FW 4.1, SDK 4.1 XCode 3.2.4
So let's dig this up from the grave. I can't get mine working. I've created a self-signed cert and configured XCode I believe. The .app file is created ok but it says not verified cert, duh!
When I sftp my .app over to /Applications and run on device it worked when I was running 4.0.2. Now I updated to 4.2.1 and it gets stuck on 'Powered by Titanium' logo. Other users are experiencing this.
Please let me know if anyone knows issues. I'm using xcode 3.2.5 and latest Titanium SDK.