I would like to ask how to analyze crash report send by Apple in xCode if we using xamarin to develop the app?
Well, if you built it then you should have it already. If you don't have it (did you delete it?) then there's really nothing you can do to get a meaningful stack trace. You need the .app and the .dsym files from the app that you submitted.
Ideally the binary you sent Apple is still in your Archives location for Xcode (this is where Xamarin puts archives as well). If that's the case then I believe you can just open the crash report, which will open Xcode and show you the information you need. It will automatically symbolicate based on the .dsym that is in the archive.
If you don't have the archive then first of all in the future keep the archive. Second, this StackOverflow post may help you get what you need to do. I can't stress enough how much better life is if you keep the archive around that you send Apple.
You would still look at the crash report in Xcode. If you still have the archive for the exact binary that you sent to Apple then it should symbolicate it for you.
where can i get the exact binary?
I have .dsym file but how can i read it?
btw, i figured it out how to read .dsym file from this link : http://noverse.com/blog/2010/03/how-to-deal-with-an-iphone-crash-report/
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