iOS Ad-Hoc installation iOS 15
rdimola at evergreeninfo.net
Fri Oct 15 11:49:34 EDT 2021
When I was building on the Catalina/LC 9.6.3/Xcode12.4 my iOS 15 tester was
getting ("app name" Needs to be Updated. The developer of this app needs to
update it to work with this version of iOS)
I updated to an M1 Mac Big Sur/LC 9.6.5/Xcode 12.5. I copied my KeyChain
from the old Mac(export/import) Both the dev and distribution certs say
their OK. I regenerated the dev provisioning profile only because the tester
was getting (Unable to install "app name". this app cannot be installed
because its integrity could not be verified). I built a distribution version
and uploaded it via the transporter and other than the usual warnings Apple
approved the upload. My iOS 15 tester is still getting (Unable to install
"app name". this app cannot be installed because its integrity could not be
Has anyone seen this? Any Ideas?
Thanks in advance.
Evergreen Information Services
rdimola at evergreeninfo.net
From: use-livecode [mailto:use-livecode-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf
Of panagiotis m via use-livecode
Sent: Friday, October 15, 2021 4:19 AM
To: How to use LiveCode
Cc: panagiotis m
Subject: Re: Android SDK install without Android Studio (LC 9.6.5 App
Update: I did not realise that Ralph was talking about the "new" thing
(released on Feb 2020) that is the "command line tools". I thought he was
suggesting to use the "old" sdk tools, but instead of using the SDK Manager
GUI, which is now broken, to use the "sdkmanager" command line tool that is
located in "sdk_tools/bin/sdkmanager".
So, the part of my previous response that says that this approach is quite
possible it will break in the future, does not apply to what Ralph was
actually referring to, i.e the "command line tools":
>>>>>1) Download the "Command line tools only" from
So, we can update the lesson to offer the simpler option as outlined by
On Fri, 15 Oct 2021 at 10:58, panagiotis m <merakosp at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> What Ralph suggests does work, and this is what we have advised a
> couple of users to try, after they contacted us.
> However, the problem with this approach is that it is quite possible
> it will break in the future. Moreover, using the Terminal/cmd can be
> quite advanced for several users.
> Taking these into account, as well as the fact that Google pushes
> people to use Android Studio, we decided to choose Android Studio as
> the suggested approach, since it is way more futureproof.
> PS: Using Android Studio will also probably eliminate the need to
> download a separate jdk from Oracle. The reason we have not yet
> implemented Bernard's suggestion so far - i.e. to tweak the IDE to use
> the jre/openjdk that is bundled with Android Studio - is that it
> requires some work to make it work seamlessly on all 3 platforms
> (Mac/Win/Linux), and usually we have more "pressing" issues to resolve.
> Moreover, Bernard's comments and instruction in the forums and
> elsewhere are very clear and easy to follow. But we do have this in
> our (long) TODO list.
> Kind regards,
> On Fri, 15 Oct 2021 at 10:31, Bernard Devlin via use-livecode <
> use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>> One has to wonder why, if that is so simple, LC Ltd recommend that
>> people install the full Android Studio. That is the only advice they
>> provide on setting things up for Android development.
>> You only have to look at the Lesson to see the problems people have
>> with the existing procedure. There are 86 comments on that Lesson.
>> I've spent days on the Forum helping people out with Android
>> Studio/LC config problems.
>> Regards, Bernard
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