Installing an iPhone application
To install your development application on an iPhone, you
add the provisioning profile to the iPhone, and then you install
the application on the iPhone.
Add the provisioning profile to the iPhone
add the provisioning profile to the iPhone:
select File > Add To Library. The select the provisioning profile
file (which has mobileprovision as the filename extension).
sure that your iPhone is added to the provisioning profile. You
can manage provisioning profiles at the Apple iPhone Dev Center
Go to the iPhone Developer Program Portal section of the site. Click
the Devices link to manage the list of devices your development
application can be installed on. Click the Provisioning link to
manage your provisioning profiles.
Connect your iPhone to your computer and sync.
information on obtaining a provisioning profile, see
Obtaining developer files from Apple
Install the application
You install your
development application in the same way that you install any other
If you have previously installed a version
of the application, delete the application from your device and
from the list of applications in iTunes.
Add the application in iTunes, in any of the following ways:
On the File menu (in iTunes), choose the Add to Library command.
Then select the IPA file and click the Open button.
Double-click the IPA file.
Drag the IPA file into the iTunes library.
Connect your iPhone to the USB port on your computer.
In iTunes, check the Application tab for the device, and
ensure that the application is selected in the list of applications
to be installed.
Sync your iPhone.
Troubleshooting application installation problems
iTunes displays an error when you try to install the application,
check the following:
Make sure the device ID is added
to the provisioning profile.
To make sure that the provisioning profile is installed,
you can drag it to iTunes or use the File > Add to Library command.
check that your application’s app ID matches the Apple app ID:
If your Apple app ID is com.myDomain.*, the app ID in the
app descriptor file or the App ID in the iPhone Settings dialog
box must start with com.myDomain (such as com.myDomain.anythinghere).
If your Apple app ID is com.myDomain.myApp, the app ID in
the app descriptor file or the Flash Profession CS5 user interface
must be com.myDomain.myApp.
If your Apple app ID is *, the App ID in the app descriptor
file or the Flash Profession CS5 user interface can be anything.
set the application’s app ID in the iPhone Settings dialog box in
Flash Professional CS5 or in the application descriptor file.