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    Martin

    So… I was getting this message upon trying to deploy to the Apple Apps Store.

    I documented my solution here: http://stackoverflow.com/a/30693061/554807

    VPlay guys: shouldn’t this be automatically in the plist file?

     

    #9205

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    Thanks for reporting that issue, we have not had the problem with the game template until now. We will have a closer look as this could however be a problem with the latest Xcode update and the 64bit restriction of iOS app updates. Just one more short question, when did you try to upload the app, was it before or after June, 1st?

    Thanks,

    Alex

    #9206

    Martin

    After June 1st – with a recent Xcode update.

     

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    Heini
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