Discussion page of Xcode

Developing ondevice for Xcode 3.2.3 (iOS 4.0)?

Does anyone know how to install and debug apps on iOS 4.0 (w/o paying $99)? This guide make it possible to install apps on iOS 4.0, but unfortunately the debugger doesn't attach to the process (= not working). Josso 09:28, 1 July 2010 (UTC)

use gdb via ssh for debugging (it's in Cydia)


I added a bit about how you can find prepatched versions of installd by adding some alternative repositories to cydia. Unfortunately, said repos tend to have pirated apps, so I linked to a google search, rather than any particular site. Using cydia to overwrite installd is far easier than trying to build a patched version yourself.

Also, at some point, xcode updated info.plist, and it now has three places where you have to replace XCiPhoneOSCodeSignContext, rather than the previous two. Fake-Name 05:13, 20 September 2010 (UTC)

Alternative Guide For iOS6

I understand some of the methods listed on this page are superior (including the automatic running of ldid). However, some of the information provided is outdated and slightly more complicated than necessary. I had put together the following guide and wanted to provide it for reference. Please let me know if you have any suggestions.

Building and Running iOS Applications Without A Paid Developer License