Do you have a valid/paid Developer Program account, or, are you attempting to work with Xcode's 'free provisioning'?
>Even project that was building and running 4 days ago don't work on device anymore...
Note that apps built via Xcode's free provisioning stop working after less than a week.
I don't have a paid Developer Program Account, I'm working with the 'free provisionning'...
I know this limitation, the problem is not that the App won't launch anymore after a week installed on the phone.
The problem is that the App can't be installed or updated at all...
Even a 'test' App I created for ... testing ... with nothing inside... Tells me the same error... And I did nothing in the project, except creating a simple view app, build and run on my phone...
I know that there are limitations, like 3 or 4 Apps max and a week.. etc... But I really don't know what to do, it looks like the same problem they are facing in this post:
Hard to tell yet, but it seems free provisioning is either undergoing modification, or has ended alltogether.
I suspect there is fallout from the recent dev/2FA changes, and/or seeing as Apple likes to mix things up just because, something going on related to the upcoming product announcements, and of course, WWDC is 90 days out, so...
I don't have access to this link:
But I remember that I had an access to id in the past, to register device, etc...
If Apple is changing it's developper program formula, and if users must pay to test their App on their phone, maybe they can state it clearly...
>But I remember that I had an access to id in the past, to register device, etc...
Lack of access to that resource is not new.
>maybe they can state it clearly...
You mean like how clear they made the free provisioning process in the first place?
You could file a bug about that, but - not without a dev account, so...
The provisionning process is not the problem here, it's clear on the "Choosing a Membership" page that you can test app on device without a paid membership...
> You can learn how to develop apps for Apple platforms for free without enrolling. With just an Apple ID, you can access Xcode, software downloads, documentation, sample code, forums, and bug reporter, and you can test your apps on devices. If you don’t already have an Apple ID, you can create one here. To distribute apps, join the Apple Developer Program. To distribute apps within your organization, join the Apple Developer Enterprise Program.
>You could file a bug about that, but - not without a dev account, so...
Actually, free/unpaid developer accounts also have access to filing bugs at https://bugreport.apple.com/ and it works just fine.
I solved this by deleting all the dev certificate in the Keychain Access like this :
> close Xcode
open keychain Access
select login under keychains and certificates under category
remove all your developer certificates
build and run your app
(source:https://forums.developer.apple.com/message/352692, the jokero response)
And now I have reached my maximun App ID limit with all the test App I tried to create...
> Your maximum App ID limit has been reached. You may create up to 10 App IDs every 7 days.
Simple workaround, duplicate the test App I created for creating new App, and I can test and build my current project on device again at least...