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    Default [XCode][Solved] crashes when iPhone is plugged in

    Hey all,

    So I decided I want to do some iPhone development with the Official SDK. I'm a PC guy, so I picked up my first Mac Mini last night.

    I've got the iPhone SDK installed. However, when I have my iPhone (T-Mobile, 1.1.3, hacked with ZiPhone) plugged in, Xcode crashes. Xcode crashes on startup if the phone is already plugged in.

    Since I'm new to Macs, I'm not even sure where to start fixing this problem. Where can I find the crash logs for Xcode?

    It won't do me much good to try to develop for the iPhone if I can even plug it in.

    Any ideas?
    Last edited by FunkySquid; 03-08-2008 at 07:20 PM. Reason: fix title



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    Ok, I found a little more information. I'm getting the following error:

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    Dyld Error Message:
      Symbol not found: _AMDeviceUSBDeviceID
      Referenced from: /Developer/Platforms/Aspen.platform/Developer/Library/Xcode/Plug-ins/AspenSupport.xcodeplugin/Contents/MacOS/AspenSupport
      Expected in: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/MobileDevice.framework/Versions/A/MobileDevice
    Any help? Can someone tell me the steps to uninstall Xcode so I can reinstall and make sure I've got all the libraries installed properly?

    Thanks!

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    OK, I'm just talking to myself now, but I figured I'd add this info, in case anyone else runs into the same problem.

    At the very end of the SDK readme, there is a line "The Xcode IDE will crash if iTunes 7.6.1 is installed after the iPhone SDK". Which is what I did (I installed the SDK as soon as I booted up the Mac, then later did the software updates). The same readme has uninstall instructions, so I'm going to reinstall the SDK, which should hopefully fix my problem.

    If not, I'll be back to reply to myself again. :p

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    yep xcode is crashing for my hacked iphone also. maybe i'll try out the latest release of xcode (V2 of the iphone SDK), but its so large I can't be bothered downloading at this point.

    anyone found a workaround?

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    I had the same problem. My solution was to re-install iPhoneSystemComponents.pkg (or AspenSystemComponenets if you have sdk1) from SDK Packages folder.
    SDK and iTunes have different USB drivers for iPhone hence the problem.


 

 

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