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Here's what I had to do Upgrade OS X to the latest This stopped the eternal spinner - instead the spinner showed for a second, then nothing happened In the past, updating the App Store itself helped Go to the Updates tab and click UPDATE ALL App Store asked me for my credentials then ran all upgrades, including Xcode
Just clone from another mac using the required version you are looking for.
If you have already successfully redeemed your code: Go to the Purchased Tab of the Mac App Store. Click the Download button on the 10.12 Developer Preview listing. It is the same process as re-downloading anything from the Mac App Store.
In case anyone's stylesheet is being blocked by a proxy, Apple seems to host the Mac App Store stylesheet at "s.mzstatic.com". I used the debug menu to download the page source and find out where the stylesheets were being hosted. So, if you're facing network issues, ask your network admin to unblock *s.mzstatic.com* and you should be good to go.
The AppStore was hung on the "Update" tab -- it was stuck on the same message as the original question. I searched for xcode in the AppStore and clicked on the Upgrade button and it's started to download
When you restart a Mac holding command R or just option to choose a different os, that indicates a firmware password lock is present. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204455 https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203409 After reading the above, you might need a repair to regain control to wipe and reinstall or just boot to a working OS. Since your Mac is ...
In the App Store, Store => View my Account, In the Account Information window, the item Hidden Items => Hidden Purchases: Unhide any hidden, redownloadable Purchases. Click Manage, You'll see a list hidden purchases which you can UNHIDE.
From what I can tell, no. You can find someone with an Apple ID who has downloaded it though, sign in with their credentials, and redownload it that.
Since the apple advisor was able to perform the download at his end, but I was not able to at my end, my suspicion was that there was a problem with Apple's content distribution network. This morning I tried again. No joy. On a hunch I tried logging in on a spare admin account. No problem. connected to the apple support site, and downloaded the update....
You shouldn't need to pay for other family members to download the app, provided you all are running the latest iOS software (I'm not sure if it requires iOS 9), iCloud Sharing should allow purchases to be shared between six family members. See http://www.apple.com/icloud/family-sharing/ for information and https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201088 for help ...
I took @Tetsujin comment and solved this by deleting all files related to the App I was trying to install. EasyFind is an easy way to find hidden files. Otherwise you can use the search in the finder, but that requires several steps. Then I deleted all library files and the App itself was sitting in some ApplicationSupport directory, together with a Zip ...
None of the above worked for me. I tried all of it (Shut off all anti-virus apps; deleted old downloads, rebooted; turned on App Store Debug; debugged to the lowest level; restarted the App Store; cleared cookies; sacrificed a chicken to the Xcode gods) but no joy. I did find this following line in my /var/log/commerce.log at the time the install failed: ...
This is perfectly normal behavior for an account that has Two Step Verification enabled. In order to have enabled it, you must have a trusted device enrolled that can receive either SMS or be found by "Find My Phone" because that's the device which will receive the verification code you enter after your password. So, just enter the verification code that ...
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