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I'm not part of the developer program yet but I want to test on my device, is it possible to build to my jailbroken iPhone 4S, I'm using Xcode 4.2
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    I'm not part of the developer program yet but I want to test on my device, is it possible to build to my jailbroken iPhone 4S, I'm using Xcode 4.2 and have ios 5.0.1 on my device, if you can point me to a tutorial or walk me through it, it will be appreciated

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    Do extensive Google research. You will find many workaround solutions.

    Like this one for example:
    Test iOS app on device without apple developer program or jailbreak - Stack Overflow

    Just look around.
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    Hi, just tested JailCoder www.jailcoder.com and i'm able to run and debug on jailbroken devices. You just need a fresh untouched install of xCode, if not, just uninstall and install xCode again and run JailCoder

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    Hi, iGamers, i agree with the razor7's words. The most important thing is solve the xCode.
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    I took a look at this JailCoder app. Can the patches it provides be removed when it is uninstalled? I have a very weak Internet connection and I don't have the time to redownload XCode. Also I read something about having the iPhone simulator replaced? Can you still use the old simulator?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetto View Post
    Hi, iGamers, i agree with the razor7's words. The most important thing is solve the xCode.
    I figured out how to do it through theos

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReverseEffect View Post
    I took a look at this JailCoder app. Can the patches it provides be removed when it is uninstalled? I have a very weak Internet connection and I don't have the time to redownload XCode. Also I read something about having the iPhone simulator replaced? Can you still use the old simulator?
    The JailCoder website looks kinda sketchy to me, but I don't see any obvious red flags.
    It seems to be nothing more than a GUI and a shell for applying the few specific patches you need.
    (you can also patch XCode manually).

    As far as I can see, it does NOTHING to the iPhone Simulator. You can still use it like before. JailCoder only makes it so
    you don't have to rely on the Simulator- you can build native apps for the iPhone directly.
    JailCoder also has a "Restore" button to undo the patches it makes.

    Additionally, none of the patches actually prevents you from using XCode through the Apple Developer Program to release your apps through the official App Store. There's normally no reason to "unpatch".

    So JailCoder is probably safe to use. Even if the site looks sketchy, imo.

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