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xamarin ios provision certificate error

hii my name vishal thakkar i am new to xamarin mobile app devlopment i set the my mac machine on vmware workstation and set xcode with my apple devloper account then in visual studio i set my account in apple account settings but in xamarin.ios project properties in bundle provision setting when i choose automatic my apple devloper id not showing only None showed and in manual provision option its showed my device certificate but then when i run my app it gave mee a same error "Could not find any available provisioning profiles for FRAS.IOS"

please help me out


  • LandLuLandLu Member, Xamarin Team Xamurai

    If you want to consume the free provisioning on Xamarin follow this tutorial:
    Visual Studio for Windows can't recognize the personal account so your account won't show up in the teams selection.
    You have to create the explicit App ID in XCode and use manually provisioning to choose the corresponding signing identity and provisioning profile.

  • vishal_thakkarvishal_thakkar Member ✭✭

    I done this but in manual provision section my device provision shown but when i run application error occure "Could not find any available provisioning profiles for FRAS.IOS"

  • LandLuLandLu Member, Xamarin Team Xamurai

    Use the same bundle ID to create a project using XCode. Try to deploy it on your real physical device.
    Test it in XCode to see whether it will work or not.

  • vishal_thakkarvishal_thakkar Member ✭✭

    see my app run successfully on Xcode But in visual studio is not working only giving error in both cases automatic signing and manual signing

    in automatic signing it not showing my account but i already log in in apple account so what can i do

  • LandLuLandLu Member, Xamarin Team Xamurai

    @vishal_thakkar Personal membership or free account can't be shown in Visual Studio.
    Please check the information in XCode like:

    Did you use the correct certificate?
    And check your Mac's keychain did the certificate belongs to your current Mac device.

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