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  • SteveLV702
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    woohoo all 6 of my 1.1.2 updates have just been approved all at the same time.... wonder if same reviewer just did them all and just reviewed one saw the others were the same app just different sites and so just approved... They all went into review at the same time at 12:03pm and were just approved all at same time so was only a little over 3 hours for 6 apps.

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  • Lynne
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    Try disabling your modifications/plugins and see if you still have this problem.
    Note: To temporarily disable the plugin system, edit includes/config.php and add this line right under <?php

    PHP Code:
    define('DISABLE_HOOKS'true); 

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  • pgowder
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    Ok, just tested it on my own device, it crashes with everything you try. Click register, crash. Try to login, crash. Click skip, crash.

    So how do I figure out what is causing the crash?

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  • worried
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    Xcode is what you use to build apps. You can access it by typing "xcode" in Finder.

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  • m0rgulvale
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    what exactly is meant by this part of the steps above " Open Xcode "

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  • SteveLV702
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    Ya as worried said I would check apps always before submitting..... but weird cause I have 3 of them in app store all the latest 1.0.1 and none of mine crash.....

    what would really stick is if you test it and works fine and only crashing on the reviewers device

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  • worried
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    You have to check it first. iTunes approved mine and it crashes--this is before I knew you could check your app. Check it first using your phone. Follow the sticky posted by Steve. You can also use Xcode to test your app first:
    1. Open Xcode
    2. Connect your iPhone (it may ask you to create a profile first)
    3. Under your phone click Applications
    4. Click the + (Add) button at the bottom of the window
    5. Browse to the folder which you compiled your app in select the unzipped version.
    You may need to set up a provisional profile first--Xcode automatically pulls up your profiles. Instructions in Steve's sticky.

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  • pgowder
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    Rejected by Apple

    My app was rejected by Apple today. They said it crashes.

    So how do I fix this?
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