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App Store has a track record (with me at-least) of throwing, to quote you, asinine messages at it's users. The only workaround that I know of is to download Xcode from the Apple Developer Center.


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Left column in Xcode is called Navigator. You can show/hide it with ⌘+0 (Zero), or in the upper right window corner, see image: In the Navigator there are dfferent tabs (Project Navigator, Symbols Navigator etc.). To see list of files in Your project You need to select Project Navigator or press ⌘+1. To open file in current tab, single click on it in ...


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Could everyone please report this as a bug? As it stands, you either put up with it, or much worse, turn off locking. Neither option is good. If the iOS device is in developer mode, and connected to an active Xcode instance, Xcode should be able to keep the phone unlocked. That way you not only can leave locking on, but it will re-lock the instant you ...


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Usually XCode documentation is located within: ~/Library/Developer/Shared/Documentation/DocSets If you do decide to delete any documentation you will no longer have it — so be careful not to delete the Core DocSets, or any others that you might need access to regularly. The documentation that is available for download through XCode is not a mirror of ...


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This doesn't seem to be a problem with your version of Xcode/iOS/OS X, but rather that you have not provisioned your device. You need to add your provisioning profile to the device to allow you to test apps on it. Newer versions of Xcode will do this for you, but you can still do it with older versions yourself in the Member Center.


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Open System Preferences Go to General > Accessibility > Assistive Touch Turn assistive touch on Then, an icon that looks like: Will pop up somewhere on you screen. Tap it. Then: Tap device Tap more and finally tap shake Hope that helps!


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There are two ways: Search the App Store to see if there are any apps that do this (see Google Search) Write an App that does it (see StackOverflow)


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Here's a copy of /usr/bin/as from OS X 10.9.4. With regard to how you'd actually get it back, you might be able to extract it from the install media if you have it or by reinstalling the OS. See How can I get back a system file after deleting it from my Mac?



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