While the forum is down...

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sat May 11 12:10:20 EDT 2013


Since you can install any compiled app on a jail broken iPhone, you shouldn't need an Apple dev license to install an LC app on your jail broken iPhone.

Kind regards,

Mark Schonewille

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Op 11 mei 2013 om 18:06 heeft CoffeeCone Mail <mail at coffeecone.com> het volgende geschreven:

> Greetings! I noticed majority of RunRev websites are down for maintenance.
> Seeing as this is another viable way to communicate, I want to ask
> something regarding iOS deployment.
> I haven't coded in Objective C before, nor do I have any knowledge with
> XCode. I asked a friend of mine and he said I would need a developer
> license to compile my iOS apps.
> I want to know, however, if I just wanted to test the application on a
> jailbroken iPhone, will I still need the developer license? I have already
> successfully compiled for Android without ever needing to provide a license
> or certificate and by simply choosing "Sign for development only" in the
> deployment sectioon.
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