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  • Is there any way to test apps before submitting?

    We could save both us time (vBulletin support and members) if we could test our apps before submitting. Apple is asking us an important question: "Have you tested and qualified this binary on iOS4?" Hint hint, "You're not actually stupid enough to upload something that doesn't work?" That's the whole purpose of having Xcode on our machine so we can test whatever it is we're uploading. There will come a time when Apple rejects apps associated with vBulletin because of its inherit problems.

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    You can use an adhoc version on your iPhone before you upload. Follow the sticky in this section.

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    • #3
      Found a way to test your app before uploading.
      1. Open Xcode
      2. Connect your iPhone (it may ask you to create a profile first)
      3. Under your phone click Applications
      4. Click the + (Add) button at the bottom of the window
      5. Browse to the folder which you compiled your app in select the unzipped version.

      This will install your app on your phone. I was able to reinstall version 1.0.0

      GHST

      You can use an adhoc version on your iPhone before you upload. Follow the sticky in this section.
      I think this only works if you upload your app first.

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      • #4
        I think this only works if you upload your app first.
        Nope installed on my phone without uploading to Apple first and in alot less time then takes to do all your steps..
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