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[AC-1846] [iOS-ERROR] : Invalid "--device-id" value "iPhone Retina (4-inch 64-bit)

GitHub Issuen/a
ResolutionCannot Reproduce
Resolution Date2014-01-02T18:42:57.000+0000
Affected Version/sn/a
Fix Version/sn/a
Labels3.2.0GA, ios
AssigneeShak Hossain


trying to launch the iOS simulator "iPhone Retina 4-inch 64-bit" i have this error
[ERROR] :  Invalid "--device-id" value "iPhone Retina (4-inch 64-bit)
while the "Ipad Retina (64-bit)" works and the app on my iPhone 5s start but remains stuck on the splash screen


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  1. Chris Barber 2014-01-02

    I tested this with the following command and could not reproduce:
       ti build -p ios -I 7.0.3 --device-id "iPhone Retina (4 inch 64-bit)"
  2. nicolomonili 2014-01-02

    What does this mean? your "iPhone Retina 4-inch 64-bit" simulator works ?
  3. Chris Barber 2014-01-02

    [~nicolomonili] Yes, it works just fine on my computer. I'm running a build directly from the command line, not using Studio, and it launched as expected. I did force the iOS SDK version to 7.0.3.
  4. nicolomonili 2014-01-02

    Chris Barber , look the attachments thanks
  5. Chris Barber 2014-01-02

    [~nicolomonili] Well for starters, you are using an ancient dev build of 3.2 that is no longer supported. You must update to 3.2.0.GA by running:
       ti sdk install -d
    After installation, then update the in your tiapp.xml to "3.2.0.GA", then try again.
  6. nicolomonili 2014-01-02

    Chris Barber , look the new attachments thanks
  7. Chris Barber 2014-01-02

    [~nicolomonili] OK, so the next thing is you appear to only have Xcode 5.0 and iOS 7.0 installed. To use 7.0.3, you have to install Xcode 5.0.2. You can still build using iOS SDK 7.0 by running:
       ti build -p ios -I 7.0 --device-id "iPhone Retina (4 inch 64-bit)"
  8. nicolomonili 2014-01-02

    no , my xCode version is 5.0.2 !
  9. Chris Barber 2014-01-02

    [~nicolomonili] Hmm, that sounds strange. What does the output from "ti info -t ios" say?
  10. nicolomonili 2014-01-03

    Now I can't use the mac that gives me problems, but tonight i will you communicate what ios are (I think 5.1,6.1 and 7.0.3) but on another Mac I have xCode 5.0 and there is no problem with the 64-bit of the iPhone simulator But here there is the SDK 7.0 and not the 7.0.3 as on xCode 5.0.2 I think the problem is caused by the own version of the Apple SDK is detected
  11. Shak Hossain 2014-01-15

    Hi nicolomonili, Is there any update from your side? Please let me know if you need us to jump into a webex to review this. Thanks, Shak
  12. nicolomonili 2014-01-16

    I "solved" by copying the SDK 7.0 from the other Mac has xCode 5.0 so now I use the 7.0 SDK with xCode 5.0.2 and 3.2.0GA but using this configuration (SDK 7.0.3, 3.2.0GA, xCode 5.0.2) I can't use the simulator 64bit

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