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    Question Running your own developed apps on your iPhone
    Hi everyone,

    I have about 2 weeks looking for a tutorial that explains how could I run an app developed with XCode (3.1). Im getting an error about Signed Code. I understand that I have to provide a credential but reading "Bypassing Code Signature" section on Cydia it seems that it's not enough.

    Reading here, reading there, at now I've lost the right way that I should follow just to make my "Hello World" running on my iPhone (yeah I know it's just a "Hello World" app but I'm a begginer)

    Anyone knows a link page or simply could describe a step-by-step guide for running developed apps (using XCode) on iPhone? Please.

    I appreciate any help.

    Thanks!

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    apple.com/developer ?????

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    Seriously Well, my question is, if there is a way so I could run my own apps without paying a Certificate to Apple so I get my signed code?

    Sorry if this question is so obvious

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    well if u have watched the sdk video tuts and itros, u would see that u can easily put your iphone in the dev mode trough xcode, there should be an option there in the project organizer (don't know the correct option name, don't have my mac here).

    Hope this helps.

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