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No, is not necessary. You can upload your app from both Xcode or Application Loader. Application Loader is a tool to help you upload your apps to iTunes Connect. It’s particularly helpful if your app includes In-App Purchase products that need to be configured for the app. Application Loader is explained in Using Application Loader. Application ...


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mt - media type mt-8 = mobile development software mt-12 = desktop apps 1 Music 2 Podcasts 3 Audiobooks 4 TV Shows 5 Music Videos 6 Movies 7 iPod Games 8 Mobile Software Applications 9 Ringtones 10 iTunes U 11 E-Books 12 Desktop Apps


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Please activate (click on the desktop) your Finder and press the Keys CMD + Shift + G copy and paste the following path in the Box and hit Enter. /private/var/folders Went into the folder RZ (if is not present look for the folder 35). You will see a new folder witch was replaced xxxxxxx-xxxxxxx. In this folder you find the subfolder C and into it ...


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I solved my problem by downloading the combo update to my server and then downloading the update from there. Apparently my ISP had too much people accessing the direct link from Apple. i don't know. I found it odd. Everything working now tho...


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Go to the App Store and resume any unfinished downloads. To do that, open the App Store and in the menu go to Store --> Check for unfinished downloads. Enter your login credentials. You can see any downloads that didn't complete. From there you can restart or delete it.


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Here's how I did it! - Open Mac App Store - Go to Purchased - Look for El Capitan - Hold the Option Key + Click Download, you should see the progress bar in front of it. You're done!


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Same problem on my MacBookPro6.1 17" Mid-2010. In my case, the solution was taking these steps: Signed Out of App Store; Searched for "El Capitan" by using the App Store search bar; Clicked on "El Capitan" on the search results; Clicked on the button to get it; Provided my email/pass when App Store asked for them; Confirmed App Store question to buy it. ...


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This is a known issue with the fix required of removing your main hard drive from indexing through the Privacy screen. You may have to add the main hard drive to privacy first, then remove it, then restart, and allow the hard drive to be indexed again. When I have had problems with the App Store, I have found that the boot volume was entered in the System ...


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Actually, I have just discovered that photos has a lot more in the way of editing features than I at first thought. Adding options from the 'add' menu is a no-brainer, but I had totally missed the fine tuning options when you pull down the drop down menus in each edit option, and the hidden beauty of extending the tweaking range by pressing the Alt key is ...


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FOUND IT! Hope this is what you were looking for -- er, a year later. Better late than never. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OS_X_Mountain_Lion (can also do same with other OSX versions) Scroll down to a chart that has the diff updates/combo updates, and on the far right column, there are links to download the each one. Hope this helps someone!


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Everything is much more simple... Do not cancel anything, open AppStore and initiate the update (if you haven't done it yet); then click on the "Store" in the top-left menu and choose the following option - "Check for Unfinished Downloads...". Enter your Apple ID and password and you everything will be up and running. The reason is that XCode does require ...



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