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Can't get my itunes to install an app I developed and I don't know why

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I've created an ad hoc distribution certificate and followed the instructions as far as I can tell. I'm trying to upload this new app to my wife's iphone and I continue to get an error after it copies it (it does show up in iTunes, but it doesn't have the app's image).

I'm desperate to get this done because it's a gift in several hours. Can anybody steer me in the right direction?
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by:Sandeep Gupta
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in itune software there is facility that you can add other iphones too.

you have to sync other iphone first to make any transfer.
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ANA_Chorridge earned 500 total points
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To do "Alpha" and Beta" apps you need to use a third party to by pass the certificate through Apple.  Apple will not let it install on the iPhone, Touch, or iPad until is has gone through their testing process.  The one that I use is called TestFlight.  Here it is:

https://testflightapp.com/

Thanks!

Christopher
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