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Cant Install App on IOS Err(8000051) Error 0xe8000051: Could not inspect the application package

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My App Compiles with  Iphone OSSDK 15.4.
IPA file is created, but installation fails.

 

[PAClient Fehler] Fehler: E4872 '"/Applications/PAServer-22.0.app/Contents/MacOS/iosinstall" -i 9889d1e5aa84af1c42b0a9803fe13d077c3740c2 -q -b "/Users/richardharing/PAServer/scratch-dir/micro-IOSSDK/zemobileV31.ipa"' kann nicht ausgef�hrt werden (Fehler 253)
[PAClient Fehler] Fehler: E4872 err=Error 0xe8000051: Could not inspect the application package. AMDeviceSecureInstallApplication(0, device, url, options, install_callback, 0)

 

the provisoning adhoc profile seems ok, since i can upload it to my phone with <apple configurator> without error.

any suggestion will be hihly appreciated...

 

i am using delphi 11.0

hr

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Why not upload via PAServer ?

 

Have you tried to delete all apps with same name, or BundleId before ?

It seems that you have an existing app, maybe due to Apple Configurator, thats why it cannot be re-loaded by PAServer ( a rough guess  ).

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Upload via PAserver has the same result...

😕

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Now i made an Hello World App, it copmpiles and installs on the iphone without error.

So i think my provisioning file is OK.

when starting it on the phone  (iPhone SE 15.4.1) 
ist starts but closes immediately.

Sdk is IPhone OS 15.4

help needed :))
 

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Are you using a database in your app?
If it is not correctly deployed to the iOS device, it will close right away...
You have to place it in specific locations and make the app know where to find it.

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Thx,
but the hello World app has no database, or anything else to read or write to the device...

has somebody (anyone) running an IOS app created with Delphi11 and IOSSdk15. sdk??

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did you first erase all entitlement files before deploying?
I use Delphi 11.1 and iOS SDK 15.4 without problems

 

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i use delphi 11.0 and IOS SDK 15.4.

in fact, i hve no idea, why it doesnt work.

i tested my provisioning Profie with Apple Configurator.
it loads on my iphone without problem.

i think, i'll just give up..

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Has anyone here an IOS App running compiled using

delphi 11.0 and IOS SDK 15.4. and paserver 22 ??

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16 hours ago, rihar said:

Has anyone here an IOS App running compiled using
delphi 11.0 and IOS SDK 15.4. and paserver 22 ??

You might need to run xcode on your Mac and get it updated. I had problems until I did that and it needed to install some stuff. Then I refreshed the SDK in Delphi and it upgraded to SDK 15.5.

 

I also got the patch for Delphi 11.1. With that combination I was able to compile/deploy a simple test app to my iPad via PAServer 22.0.

 

Any reason you can't upgrade? There are always patches coming out for everything--it's a pain to keep everything up to date, I know.

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18 hours ago, rihar said:

delphi 11.0 and IOS SDK 15.4. and paserver 22 ??

If you're using macOS 12.3 or later, you'll need Delphi 11.1 with Patch 1 installed

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thx for your answer.

it will cost me about 2000€...
...thats the reason

i am a long term delphi user, since 20 yrs. 
but it is getting too expencive these days.

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4 hours ago, rihar said:

it is getting too expencive these days.

If you're doing mobile development with Delphi, you have no choice but to upgrade--or better, keep a subscription active. That's not a paid advertisement, it's just reality.

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Thx for our help.
i really appreciate it!

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i updated to delphi 11.1 and installed SDK 15.5.
Now at least the testapp ( 1 button, 1 label) compiles, installs and runs without error..
 

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