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valid provisioning profile needed for iPhone dev? How do I renew?

Posted on 2010-11-13
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I am an an apple developer.

Suddenly I get told my provisioning profile has expired. - on a working project - I cant run it on my device / iPhone now.

Why?
What must I do?
I hope I don't have to pay?
How often does this happen?
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You can simply renew the exiting provisioning profile. Go the dev portal:
http://developer.apple.com/
Look for Provisioning portal, switch to that page. There is Renew button. Press. Download. Drag to the running Xcode.

Where you got it the first time?
Create your provisioning file, Pay on the Apple developer portal from your credit card. It's for one year. 99$.


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by:beavoid
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Does a provisioning profile validate xcode for building any project  on a device or only one specified project?
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I don't see a portal link on dev.apple.com

is it a url?
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You need to register yourself there first.
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ok,

in a "Development Provisioning Profiles" rectangle

it lists my expired profile
There is an app ID.
Does that mean it will only work with one project?

I might work on 2+ different aspects of a project. On iPhone and maybe iPad 2.
Will one provisioning profile be good for all?
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It's two new questions. The answer for the first one is yes. I do not know the answer on the second question. Bye.
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