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Appcelerator Daemon (DAEMON)

[DAEMON-211] issues reflecting available iOS mobileProvision profiles

GitHub Issuen/a
Resolution Date2017-12-15T15:24:30.000+0000
Affected Version/sn/a
Fix Version/sAppc Daemon 1.0.1
AssigneeChris Barber


Have downloaded new provisioning profiles as I have a new device to test/run the app in AdHoc mode. I have deleted the existing provisioning files and updated with the new ones (files in command line are the new ones). I have restarted Studio, XCode and the computer for changes to take effect but no success. I am unable to package apps using the new profiles as the certificates are still the old ones. 'Refresh' button doesn't seem to reflect the changes made to certificates and to provisioning Profiles.


Screen Shot 2017-12-14 at 11.09.19 am.png2017-12-14T00:20:30.000+00002726784


  1. ILAY SENER 2017-12-14

    Updating XCode to Version 9.2 (9C40b) seems to have resolved this issue. However, would be great to confirm if the issue was due to version mismatch with XCode.
  2. Kondal Kolipaka 2017-12-15

    Let us verify this from our end [~isener]
  3. Satyam Sekhri 2017-12-15

    The issue seems to be with Daemon. Steps: 1. Remove all the provisioning profiles from "~/Library/MobileDevice/Provisioning Profiles" 2. From terminal run the command "appc appcd /ios/1.x/info". It still returns all the deleted profiles 3. Create and add a new provisioning profile 4. Again run the command "appc appcd /ios/1.x/info". It does not show the new provisioning profile and still returns all the deleted ones. 5. Restart daemon 6. Again run the command "appc appcd /ios/1.x/info". Now it shows only one provisioning profile that was added in step 3.
  4. Chris Barber 2017-12-15

    appcd-plugin-ios master PR: https://github.com/appcelerator/appcd-plugin-ios/pull/6 appcd-plugin-ios 1_0_X PR: https://github.com/appcelerator/appcd-plugin-ios/pull/7
  5. Marian Kucharcik 2017-12-18

    Hi guys, info for guys who encounter this problem and don't know how to restart Appc Daemon(it's pretty simple, but I had to google it :) ): Open terminal and write appc appcd stop appc appcd start or simply appc appcd restart Restarting Appc Daemon worked for me and new Provisioning profiles showed up. Thanks
  6. Alberto Marcone 2018-01-09

    Xcode is now detected, but all my provisioning profiles are not detected by Studio. If I manually add one, it will disappear the next time I open the Preferences. !https://imgur.com/eBl1eAA.png! !https://imgur.com/C7AZA1C.png! !https://imgur.com/LIrSYaY.png!

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