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No you can't, as you can't handle access over other apps then your own app.


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You may renew your Developer account whenever you want. Just keep in mind: All your 'live' apps in the App Store will go offline when your membership expires. When you renew the Developer Account you can bring the apps back to the store again without setting up / needing a review proces. I had the same with a customer of mine, their membership expired for ...


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The window that popped up was probably the Photos app, that will typically auto start when a new device with photos is attached. Your friend did the right thing by closing it when he saw it happen. No copies of your photos would have been made at this time, only thumbnails were downloaded and those would be removed when Photos was closed. He theoretically ...


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The data is just a hex dump of the decoded base64 encoding. To convert to ASCII, look the hex values up in the ASCII table. For your example: 54657374 56616c75 65 is TestValue A convenient way to get the table is man ascii from a terminal prompt.


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To work together on any development project, you preferably need a version control system like GIT or SVN. Apple supports this with Xcode Server. If you're not working on the app at the same time, I imagine that DropBox or any other file sharing system would work as well. Being on the same Apple Developer team would hardly mean anything in this matter at ...


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Correct me if i misunderstood your question. You want to work in a machine with different developer account. Yes you can. Go to Xcode>Preferences>Accounts and sign in with as much developer id you want to use. Make sure that you have all the certificate, public key and privet key pair in your Mac Keychain. For details you can refer this link Next time when ...


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The Supporting Files group is not created for Swift-based projects. For Objective-C-based projects, the folder usually contains main.m and maybe Info.plist (with related strings files). You can always create your own group named Supporting Files and put whatever you want into it. (Note: the Supporting Files entry never was an actual Folder, just a Group ...


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As of July 21, 2016, there is a pre-release available of MAMP PRO 4 which includes OpenSSL 1.0.2, get the pre-release here: https://www.mamp.info/en/pre-release.html


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Here is a step by step procedure for converting dictionaries in open formats to AppleDict source, and compiling for the OSX Dictionary.app: http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/119166/66812



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