Phone code sign error

phone code sign error

There are a few ways to get past this error message and get Locket working like normal. The first thing to do is check the phone's internet. Code Signing Error: "Unity-iPhone" requires a provisioning profile. Select a provisioning profile for the "Release" build configuration in the. developer.telesign.com › enterprise › docs › all-status-and-error-codes.

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  1. Try click on column numbers are located.
  2. Go to Format
  3. Click on cells
  4. Click phone numbers
  5. And then see if you can see phone format +12223334444 (or similar).

After you set the format any phone number, you type that use the 1 Long distance call mon=difier will show up in that format with the + sign. 

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Hi MMK_fit,

You can remove the “+” by changing the number format. Please go to right-click list>Format cells>Number, select custom>in type blank, type “+” 0.

If it is not your scenario, please provide the following information for us:

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2.    The Excel version you  are using, you can check it via Excel>about this Excel.

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Over the last couple of days I’ve been trying to diagnose what we were doing wrong when code signing a Windows Phone 8.1 APPX file in preparation for enterprise distribution. The signing process completes successfully. However, when we go to install the application on either device or emulator we were seeing weird errors (see image below that quotes an exception code of 0x80073CF9).

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SOLVED: It turns out that there is an issue with the signing process but nothing related to what we were doing. It’s actually related to the version of the tools we’re using. Here’s a list of the toolsets that apparently work/don’t work:

Visual Studio 2013 with Update 2 RC – WORKS
Visual Studio 2013 with Update 2 RTM – DOESN’T WORK
Visual Studio 2013 with Update 3 RC – WORKS

So you either need to regress to the RC of Update 2, or go to the RC of Update 3.

Side Note: If you see errors relating to a missing token, you’re probably attempting to install the package by calling AddPackageAsync from within an application that isn’t signed (ie a developer build pushed out using either the application deployment tool, or via Visual Studio). If you sign the application doing the installation and then install it, you should see the the call to AddPackageAsync will work for correctly signed XAP and APPX. This is a breaking change from Windows Phone 8.0 where this method worked regardless of whether the installer app was signed or not.

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Locket App Not Sending Code? How To Fix The Annoying Bug

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The Locket app asks all users to verify their phone number. Sometimes, however, that verification code doesn't send like it's supposed to.

The Locket app is all the rage among iPhone users right now. Unfortunately, a bug during the setup process stops verification codes from being sent and makes it impossible for users to complete their profile. Since its launch in early January, Locket's quickly risen as one of the most popular smartphone apps on the planet. Everyone's talking about it online, it's all over TikTok, and it's regularly featured as one of the top free apps on the App Store.

At its core, Locket is a very simple application. People download the app, add each other to a friend group (up to five people), and can then send photos to each other's iPhone home screens through the Locket widget. That's really all there is to it. Just about every social app supports photo sharing, but the ability to send pictures directly to someone's home screen is what makes Locket unique. Whether it's used by a long-distance couple, a group of friends, or family members living in different states, it's a more intimate and personal way to keep in touch.

Related: How To Find Recipes In Snapchat By Scanning Your Food

However, this all assumes Locket works as intended. Signing up is supposed to be pretty straightforward. Just download the app, verify your phone number, enter your name, and invite some friends. After typing in your number, Locket is supposed to send a verification code that ensures random phone numbers aren't used to create accounts. However, some users report seeing a 'Couldn't send code' error message upon entering their phone number. Tapping 'OK dismisses the message to try again, but it keeps showing up with no way to create an account.

How To Get Past The 'Couldn't Send Code' Error

The good news? There are a few ways to get past this error message and get Locket working like normal. The first thing to do is check the phone's internet connection. Locket can only send the verification code if the phone number is connected to Wi-Fi or wireless data. If it's not, the code won't send and the error message appears. If the 'Couldn't send code' message appears while connected to Wi-Fi, try disabling it and using the phone's mobile data. If it's not working over a data connection, try again while connected to a Wi-Fi network.

It's also possible that it's nothing more than a random glitch with the app. If a user's phone is connected to the internet but the message keeps showing up, try restarting the Locket app. Swipe up and hold from the bottom of the iPhone (or double-press the Home button on older models) to access the multitasking page. Swipe up on the Locket app to close it, open the app again, and that should get things working. If that still doesn't work, it may be worth deleting the app and re-installing it. Press and hold on the Locket app icon, tap 'Delete App,' and give it a second to uninstall. Then head back to the App Store, re-download it, and give it another shot.

Lastly, it's worth noting that Locket's 'Couldn't send code' message appeared for a lot of users shortly after the app became really popular. With so many users rushing to the App Store, downloading the app, and trying to sign up, that apparently caused Locket's servers to go offline. If someone tried signing up for Locket in early January, got the error message, and hasn't tried again since then, it should work now.

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Result Codes

ORDER_STATE_SUCCESS

0

Success.

-

ORDER_STATE_FAILED

-1

Common error code upon a failure.

If this error code is returned for a purchase request, you are advised to use the obtainOwnedPurchases API to check whether the user has purchased the product.

ORDER_STATE_DEFAULT_CODE

1

Default error code, which is returned when no payment result is obtained from IAP.

If this error code is returned for a purchase request, you are advised to use the obtainOwnedPurchases API to check whether the user has purchased the product.

ORDER_STATE_CANCEL

60000

The user cancels the payment.

Record the order ID and execute the payment process when the user performs the payment operation again.

ORDER_STATE_PARAM_ERROR

60001

Parameter error (including no parameter).

Check whether request parameters are missing and whether the parameter format is correct.

ORDER_STATE_IAP_NOT_ACTIVATED

60002

The IAP service is not enabled.

To use HUAWEI IAP, you first need to enable the IAP service and also set IAP parameters.

ORDER_STATE_PRODUCT_INVALID

60003

Incorrect product information.

Sign in to AppGallery Connect. Click My apps, select an app, and go to Operate > Products > Product Management. In the product list, check whether the product exists or whether all its mandatory information is available.

This error may also occur if the country or region of the HUAWEI ID signed in on a device is not supported by IAP. Those supported ones are listed in Supported Countries/Regions. You can sign to AppGallery Connect and check the countries or regions where the product is available.

ORDER_STATE_CALLS_FREQUENT

60004

Too frequent API calls.

Control the API call frequency.

ORDER_STATE_NET_ERROR

60005

Network connection exception.

Display a message to users, asking them to check the network.

ORDER_STATE_PMS_TYPE_NOT_MATCH

60006

The found product type is inconsistent with that defined in the PMS.

Sign in to AppGallery Connect. Click My apps, select an app, and go to Operate > Products > Product Management. In the product list, check the actual product type.

ORDER_STATE_PRODUCT_COUNTRY_NOT_SUPPORTED

60007

The app to which the product belongs is not released in a specified location.

Sign in to AppGallery Connect. Click My apps, select an app, and go to Distribute > Version information > Draft. Under Countries/Regions, check the countries or regions to which the app will be released.

ORDER_HWID_NOT_LOGIN

60050

The HUAWEI ID is not signed in.

Sign in a user with HUAWEI ID.

When this error code is returned after you call the isEnvReady API, use the status object of the IapApiException object to open the HUAWEI ID sign-in screen.

You can also use other APIs to call the isEnvReady API to instruct users to complete sign-in.

ORDER_PRODUCT_OWNED

60051

A user failed to purchase a product because the user already owns the product.

Use the obtainOwnedPurchases API to check whether the user has purchased the product.

  • For a consumable that has been purchased, call the consumeOwnedPurchase API to consume the product after it is delivered. After being consumed, the product can be purchased next time.
  • If the product is a non-consumable product or a subscription, the product cannot be purchased again.

ORDER_PRODUCT_NOT_OWNED

60052

A user failed to consume a product because the user does not own the product.

Use the obtainOwnedPurchases API to check whether the user has purchased the product.

ORDER_PRODUCT_CONSUMED

60053

The product has been consumed and cannot be consumed again.

Use the obtainOwnedPurchaseRecord API to check whether the product has a consumption record.

ORDER_ACCOUNT_AREA_NOT_SUPPORTED

60054

The country or region of the signed-in HUAWEI ID does not support IAP.

This error code may be returned when the country or region of the signed-in HUAWEI ID is one of Supported Countries/Regions, but there is a service error. In this case, try calling the API again to resolve this issue.

ORDER_HIGH_RISK_OPERATIONS

60056

The user triggers risk control, and the transaction is rejected.

You are advised to use a sandbox environment (which will not cause actual payments), or change the payment method.

ORDER_STATE_PENDING

60057

The order is in pending state.

This result code is returned only when the pending purchase function is used. When the order state changes to purchased, perform product delivery. For details, please refer to Pending Purchase Implementation.

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I think its a bug from Xcode same One here, If somebody find Solution tag me :)

 

Did you try to unregister the device on Xcode and register again ?

 

try this way:
go to the TARGETS -> select[your project name] -> General -> Frameworks,Libraries,and EmbeddedContent -> set the framework with [Do Not Embed]

 

I had to **** DerivedData. I tried both of the before mentioned things so I don't know which one worked.

 

Hey after struggling with this for an hour or two, I found that in your apple developer account, under 'Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles' > profiles > provisioning profiles, I needed to add the device I was using to test on in there, it takes you through steps. At the end you download a file (file will be named whatever you choose), when downloaded, double click the file and....magic, it works. I've never had this issue until I moved up to Xcode 12.5. Hope it helps.

 

What’s the output of this command for your app, and any other bundles in your app (ie frameworks, app extensions, etc)?



 

The output of codesign -dv /path/to/MyApp.app:


 

Thank you this was my solution to the issue, this error comes out very often regardless of the Xcode version

try this way:
go to the TARGETS -> select[your project name] -> General -> Frameworks,Libraries,and EmbeddedContent -> set the framework with [Do Not Embed]

 

@narlei_moreira is there a framework in your app as well? What's returned for all the frameworks and app extensions in your app bundle?

 

try this way:
go to the TARGETS -> select[your project name] -> General -> Frameworks,Libraries,and EmbeddedContent -> set the framework with [Do Not Embed]
Posted 3 days ago by CopperGaga 

This worked for me! Thank you Copper Gaga

 

If your apps actually require this embedded content, then removing it may break your release build. Does the framework that's causing this issue have an old signature? You may just need to re-sign it, as explained here.

 

I had this issue and found the solution. It's not about Xcode 12.5, but running on a device with iOS 14.5+.

My project was embedding 2 static frameworks (see @idelfonso answer) and the issue was fixed when I changed them to [Do Not Embed].

However, the correct answer here is not to [Do Not Embed] every framework you have, as you actually need to embed dynamic frameworks, your app will crash upon launch otherwise.

Use 'file' command line to find out if the framework is dynamic or static. For example:



As you can see, in this example Flutter is dynamically linked and therefore needs to be embedded. If 'file' doesn't give any hint that a framework is dynamic, then it's static and should not be embedded.

Embedding static frameworks is wrong because their code is already merged into the final binary. For some reason it was "ok" to do that before iOS 14.5.

Hope this helps.

 

I think the problem is with the device. Can't run the app on my daily driver but runs fine on a second device.

 

We use 2 static library in our project. Once the libs were added via "Build Phases > Link Binary with Libraries", they are shown in the "General > Frameworks, Libraries and Embedded Content".

Unlike other frameworks, there is NO "Do Not Embed" option for these 2 static libs. So my guess is they are embedded into the final binary without code signing?

And the problem is only found on the iOS 14.5+ devices.

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These verification codes are sent out using a system designated by LINE. The phone number used may appear as either a domestic or overseas number.

If you requested the verification code:

Please proceed with the verification process using the code that was sent to you.

If you received a verification code but didn't request one:

It’s possible someone entered your phone number by mistake. In this case, please disregard the text message or phone call.

Important: Even if you did not request a verification code, be sure to never share this code with anyone.

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Selecting Call me instead on the phone number verification code input screen lets you verify your phone number by receiving an automated phone call.

To use the Call me instead option: 

1. Tap Call me instead at the bottom of the verification code input screen.

2. Tap Continue.

3. After receiving the automated phone call, enter the verification code you were given.

Note: The call may be from an overseas phone number.

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If you can't receive text messages, try selecting Call me instead to verify your account.

Note: The Call me instead option is only available in some countries.

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You need a device that can receive text messages or phone calls to create a new LINE account.

To create a new account:

1. Open LINE and tap Sign up.

2. Confirm the Terms and Conditions of Use and Privacy Policy, then enter your phone number and tap the arrow.

3. Enter the verification code you received via text message.

Note:

- On some devices, the verification code is entered automatically. In this case, please skip to step 4.

- If you see a message that says "Welcome back, XXXX!" after entering the verification code, tap No, that's not me.

4. Tap No, create a new account.

5. Enter a name, set a profile photo, and tap the arrow.

6. Create a password and tap the arrow.

7. Choose whether to add friends from your device's contacts, then tap the arrow.

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New LINE accounts can no longer be created by verifying a Facebook account as of March 31, 2020.

The only way to create a new LINE account is by verifying your phone number (via text message).

You can still use a linked Facebook account as a verification method when transferring your LINE account.

When transferring your account to a new device, please keep your old device on hand because you will need the verification code sent to it. To ensure your account is transferred safely, you must register your phone number, password, and email address beforehand.

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If your account is not successfully transferred, your friends, groups, and other data will be deleted.

Note: For more information about your friends and groups disappearing after transferring your account, see this Help article.

Even if your account data is lost, we may be able to transfer your purchased stickers and some other types of paid items if you contact us. To do so, please create a LINE account and send an inquiry from the following link:

Apply to restore items 

The following can be transferred:

• The right to use your LINE stickers and themes (including those received as gifts)

• Your item purchase history and Coin balance

Note: Coins cannot be transferred between different OSes (e.g. from iOS to Android and vice versa).

• Your Credit balance purchased from LINE STORE

Note: Any account data that is not mentioned above (including your friends, chat history, and groups) cannot be transferred.

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An error message will appear if you repeatedly request an account transfer code in a short amount of time.

If the message "You have been temporarily restricted from requesting account transfer codes because you repeatedly requested them. Please try again later." appears when requesting a code, try again after 24 hours has passed.

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If your friends and groups disappear after transferring your account, it means that you did one of the following:

• Created a new account

• Transferred a different account by mistake

In either of the above cases, the account that you had been using before will become inaccessible, and your data (including your friends and groups) will be deleted and cannot be restored.  

Note: The same phone number and Facebook account cannot be registered to multiple LINE accounts. Registering a phone number to a different LINE account will make the account that the phone number was registered to before inaccessible.

Even if your old account data is lost, you can still continue using your purchased items, LINE Pay balance, LINE POINTS, and other billing information. For the steps to redownload your purchased items, see this Help article.

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Your password setup code will be sent in a chat message to the LINE account you're trying to transfer. Please start LINE on your previous device and check the password setup code in the message you received.

Note: If you're using the LINE account you want to transfer on LINE for PC or iPad in addition to your smartphone, you can also check for the chat message there.

If you can't confirm the password setup code, there will be no way to transfer your LINE account. In this case, please sign up for a new account.

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The way you can continue transferring your account depends on your situation.

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The account transfer code is sent to your old smartphone in a LINE chat message. You can also confirm this chat message on LINE for PC.

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Please make sure that:

• Your password doesn't include any unnecessary spaces.

• You entered only half-width characters.

• You didn't accidentally enter a similar looking character.

For example:

- 1 (one), I (capital 'i'), and l (lower-case 'L')

- 0 (zero), o (alphabet 'O')

- 9 (nine), q (lower-case 'Q')

• You entered the password correctly.

If you've checked everything above but still see an error message, please try resetting your password and then entering it again.

Note: You will not be able to reset your password if you didn't register an email address to your LINE account.

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Please see the instructions below the relevant error message that appears when you try transferring your account.

• Unable to sign up.

• An unknown error occurred. Please try again later.

• Verification is temporarily blocked. Please try again later.

Try again one to two days after the error occurs.

• Invalid password.

• We couldn't find any accounts registered to the email address you entered.

• Please enter a valid email address.

• Invalid email address or password.

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• Invalid phone number.

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If you select Log in with Facebook and you see the error message "Failed to connect with external services. Please try again later," it's possible that the Facebook account you tried to log in with was different from the one registered to your LINE account. Please try logging in again after checking your Facebook account registered to LINE.

If you see this error message even though you didn't enter your Facebook login information, log out of your Facebook account from your device's web browser and the Facebook app, then try logging in with Facebook again.

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If the error "Invalid phone number" appears, please wait 24-48 hours from the last time the error appeared before trying again.

 

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You can transfer your LINE account to a new device in a snap using an easy transfer QR code.

To transfer your account with an easy transfer QR code, you need to:

• Still be able to log in to your LINE account and have both your previous device and the new device you want to transfer the account to.

• Be using LINE version 12.10.0 or later. You can update the LINE app here.

• Have a network connection.

Restoring your chat history

If you're transferring your account to a device with the same OS as before (Android to Android/iPhone to iPhone), your chat history from the last 14 days will automatically be transferred with your account when you use an easy transfer QR code.

To transfer more than the last 14 days of chat history, refer to this Help article and back up your chat history before transferring your account.

If you're transferring your account to a device with a different OS (Android to iPhone/iPhone to Android), only your chat history from the last 14 days will automatically be transferred with your account when you use an easy transfer QR code.

To transfer your account with an easy transfer QR code:

1. Open LINE on your new device and tap Log in.

2. Tap Log in with QR code > Scan QR code.

Note: If you're asked to allow photo or video access, you need to do so to proceed.

3. Open LINE on your old device and tap Settings > Easy transfer QR code under Backup and transfer.

4. Scan the QR code on your previous device with your new device.

5. On the "Did you just scan this QR code?" pop-up, put a check next to Yes, I scanned the QR code myself and tap Continue.

Note: You may need to verify your identity on your previous device if you had a passcode or unlock method set.

6. On your new device, tap Log in on the Log in as [your profile name] screen.

7. If you backed up your chat history and your new device is using the same OS as before, choose whether or not to restore your chat history.

Note: If your new device is running a different OS than your old one, tap Skip for now.

8. Make sure you're logged in to LINE on your new device. (Once your data has finished syncing, you will automatically be logged out of LINE on your old device.)

9. If your phone number has changed, update your registered phone number.

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If you change devices, you can keep using your existing LINE account by transferring it to your new device.

To transfer your LINE account, you need to meet one of the following requirements.

• Your LINE account is registered with a phone number and password.

• A Facebook account is linked to your LINE account.

Before transferring your account

If you can currently use your LINE account, make sure to refer to this Help article and prepare your account before transferring it.

Transferring your account

Once you're ready to transfer your account, you can do so using one of the following methods.

Easy transfer QR code

Phone number

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For information on backing up your account, see this Help article.

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