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Ran into the same issue today when updating XCode: storedownloadd pegs a CPU core for 20 minutes. I tried breaking into storedownloadd with a debugger and I see some incredibly long stack traces and a lot of time spent inside Security::CodeSigning. I suspect that it is recursively verifying the digital signatures of a lot of tiny files one-by-one. I have ...


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It looks like you've done more than the expected basic troubleshooting (reboot, try debug mode, single user, try the same AppleID from a new user account) and you're looking at either a cascading failure (multiple caches or multiple keychains with bad signing data) or some lower system level failure in the code signing / update / permissions. If you bring a ...


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This can happen with any app if you have formerly downloaded the same app (i.e. With the same internal "bundle id") from outside the App Store. Simply move the app to the Trash, restart the App Store app and try downloading the app again. Trashing an app does never make you lose your settings or even project. This is not Windows (where Uninstallers are ...


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It's actually very easy.... Using Terminal Type the following command: rm -rf /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app/ This will remove the the install and sub-folders for the El Capitan installer. Using Finder Open the Applications Folder by navigating to it or by pressing ShiftCommandA. Select the Install OS X App and Control Click or right ...


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Yes I always found updating XCode from the AppStore a painful experience. Assuming you have a developer account, use this link and then find the version of XCode you need.



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