When to install via iTunes, Device says this after almost finishing install progress bar when installing with Dev Provisioning Profile:
"Failed to Install"
When tried via Xcode’s Organizer, get this message:
The entitlements specified in your application’s Code Signing Entitlements file do not match those specified in your provisioning profile. (0xE8008016).
Looks like Code Signing issue when I tried moving .p12 files to another machine and publishing from that other machine.
When I looked in KeyChain Access on my main machine, under “Keys” in the left side Category menu, the MyCompanyPrivateKeyName had “iPhone Developer: SoAndSo ($*@#&&#$)” certificate. BUT on my 2nd machine, the one I tried moving the .p12 files to, MyCompanyPrivateKeyName listed the “iPhone Distribution: Company Name” certificate. I had to delete the Certificates and Private Keys in KeyChain Access and then re-install them, making sure I install the Dev .p12 file first.
This didn’t fix the problem, however.
After some more poking around, I noticed that, since I had more than one developer certificate installed on that machine (my personal one and 2 company ones), Xcode was by default picking up the wrong Dev Provisioning Certificate and trying to incorrectly use it to code sign my .ipa. To fix this, in Xcode I had to
- select the project name in the Navigator (left side bar in Xcode)
- select Unity-iPhone under Project or Targets
- select the Build Settings tab
- find the Code Signing section & make sure the “iPhone Developer” profile specified there is correct and matches your app’s Bundle Identifier (com.yourCompany.YourAppName, unless you’re using a generic one via the “*” wildcard)