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Yes I did.
Did you follow that link for an explanation of the situation you now find yourself in?
I now read it and I actually had a developer free account before so I guess I was not developing under "free provisioning".
Anyway, I performed something that may have "temporarily" solved it: I went into Xcode > Preferences > Accounts > Manage Certificates and requested a new iOS Development certificate.
After doing that my app built regularly on my iPhone.
Was that the procedure? Am I now fine to go?
I didnt receive any instruction that I should have done so thus I followed my instinct.
Thank you for your help.
>developer free account before so I guess I was not developing under "free provisioning".
Actually, you were....those are the same thing.
>Am I now fine to go?
My recommendation is to -not- use the same Apple ID for free vs. paid.
When I first started to practice programming I simply registered a developer account with my AppleID and kept it free while I was learning the very basics.
Today I went there and followed the instructions to upgrade my account.
There was no suggestion on Apple's developer portal to do anything different, how could I have known?
Now the deed is done and I have paid one year of membership upgrading my free account to paid one and that caused that issue.
Should I contact Apple about this?
Thank you for your help!
>There was no suggestion on Apple's developer portal to do anything different...
Which is why I documented the process some time ago - you're not the first to step in it. Now you know. Remember, Apple tends to document what you can do, not what you can't.
>Should I contact Apple about this?
If you have issues, yes - they are the only ones that can undo any knots that may arise from tangled accounts.
Sorry I couldn't help more.