Hiya. I’m having a dickens of a time getting my iOS project to do a distribution build. I’m attempting to get a build ready to distribute for TestFlight, so let me know if I’ve chosen the wrong kind of provision or anything.
So currently I have my certificate loaded and a mobile provision. The provision says there’s no valid certificate found. I’ve followed the Quick Start guide to the letter except where I deviate into an Ad-Hoc provision using a Distribution profile. That didn’t work, although the process worked fine for development.
So I’ve modified the process down to the following steps:
- Wipe out all previous certificates and provisioning profiles, including under ~/Library/MobileDevices/Provisioning Profiles, so they’re gone from UE as well.
- Open XCode and create a new Distribution profile.
- Load up Apple Developer site and verify Distribution profile now exists on the site.
- Load UE and set the Bundle ID. Check “Distribution build”.
- Create provisioning profile using previously created AppID and the certificate.
- Download provisioning profile and import it to UE.
- Open keychain and find certificate and modify it to “Always Trust” so that it’s active immediately.
- Download certificate and import it to UE.
- Provisioning profile still says “No valid certificate found”.
I’ve also tried exporting the certificate from the keychain and reimporting it into UE. No luck there either.
Just tried doing a full AppStore distribution provision, no difference.
Tried making a new AppID with a new bundle identifier too, then a new provision. No luck there either.
Is there a step I’ve missed? I’m definitely using the right certificate to create the provision.