I have a new app I'm working on and I'm ready to test it on my iPhone. I have all the files I need from Apple (e.g. provisioning profile) and I can get the app installed into iTunes, but now trying to sync that app with my iPhone I'm getting an error in iTunes that says:
The application "______" was not installed on the iPhone "______" because its resources have been modified.
Anyone have any ideas what exactly that means and how to get past it?
I've installed other apps onto my iPhone, but always have a problem when trying to install a new app for the first time (after that first time, no problem). This is just my most recent struggle with that part of the process.
Okay, seems in this case it was related to punctuation in the app name. Recreated the app without this punctuation and was then able to sync the app to my iPhone.
I'm trying to do the .app distribution using the development provisioning profile and have sent the .app and provisioning profile to my users.
Although it worked as expected for me (on OS X and Windows 7) using iTunes, the users report receiving the
the Application xx.app was not installed on the iphone because its resources have been modified message.
Any help would be appreciated.
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