iOS 6, xCode 4.5, SDK 2.1.3 v2 & simulator will not run

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I'm wondering if anyone else is experiencing the simulator crashing with all the lastest and greatest SDK's and OS's installed?

I have one project that will build and run but my other projects crash.

[DEBUG] Session could not be started: Error Domain=DTiPhoneSimulatorErrorDomain Code=1 "iOS Simulator failed to install the application." UserInfo=0x101604160 {NSLocalizedDescription=iOS Simulator failed to install the application., DTiPhoneSimulatorUnderlyingErrorCodeKey=-1}
[INFO] Launched application in Simulator (3.24 seconds)
[INFO] Application has exited from Simulator
I've tried creating a brand new single window project and get the same exact thing.

— asked 2 years ago by matt s
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It happened to me after use a Module, so the way that I fixed was open a xcode on any titanium project build/iphone/something.xcodeproj and then run it, when u'll be there select IOSimulator options -> Reset Content and settings, then close simulator and xcode, go back to titanium and run the app, it worked for me, so I hope it help u.

— answered 1 year ago by Janet Mendoza
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  • This worked for me. Thanks!

    — commented 1 year ago by Jesse Riggins

  • Great - but how do I access the IOSimulator in xCode? I cannot find the path from the menu... Sorry for the stupid comment, but I, too, am experiencing this issue and trying to solve it. I have narrowed it down to being about the Android map module, because all other projects not having the map module installed work fine... ;) dearest Louise

    — commented 11 months ago by Louise Petersen Matjeka

I am experiencing this as well. Just upgraded to latest Titanium Studio 2.1.2.201208301612, xCode 4.5, trying to run simulator for an app on iOS 6. The simulator launches then exits immediately with no additional information in the logs. The same exact configuration works fine if I launch the 5.1 SDK / simulator version.

I'm experiencing the Titanium Studio software crashing (spinning wheels) when started. This didn't happen before when I was on OS X 10.7.3, XCode 4.3 and iOS 5.1.1

At least it's not just me.

I did run this command and had a bit of success.

sudo xcode-select -switch /Application/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer

Check out this answer I just posted: http://developer.appcelerator.com/question/142847/cannot-run-ios-simulator-or-even-create-new-project-on-titanium-studio-with-xcode-45-ios-60#answer-248286

It helped me and everything is working great.

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