Click the + button, in the top right corner to create a new profile.
From the Development section, select the radio button next to iOS App Development, and press Continue.
From the drop-down menu, select the App ID that you wish to use.
Next, select the Certificate of the developer that you wish to include in the provisioning profile, and press Continue.
Select all the devices on which you want to install your app.
Give your Provisioning Profile a name that will make it identifiable, and press Generate to create the profile.
On the following screen, press Download to download the provisioning profile onto the Mac you are using.
Double-click on the file to install your provisioning profile in Xcode.
Go to Visual Studio 2015
Open your Xamarin.iOS project
Make sure that your Visual Studio is Paired with MAC xCode
Right click on Name Solution Explorer and click Properties
Navigate to iOS Bundle Signing in Properties
Check that Identity and Provisioning Profile has the values of your AppleID and your Provisioning profile name. If you can not set this, then restart visual studio and check again
AppID generated in above slide 16 (wildcard app id) should be placed in
info.plist file as well as ”Identifier” property in iOS Application Properties
Check next slides for images of above
This technical post was written by Mit Bhatt, a Xamarin developer at Space-O Technologies.
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