ITMS-9000 error: Signature missing or invalid. AFTER upgrading from OS X 10.8 to 10.9
We have an auto build system running on OSX 10.8 (Mac Mini - Xcode 5.1.1) until we upgrade to 10.9 (Mac Pro - Xcode 5.1.1).
After upgrading to OSX 10.9, we started getting the following error when trying to load our IPA through Application Loader:
ERROR ITMS-9000: "Missing or invalid signature. The bundle 'com.my.bundle" at bundle path "Payload/bundle.app" is not signed using an Apple submission certificate."
The following statements run after Unity has built the Xcode project.
xcodebuild -target "Unity-iPhone" -sdk "iphoneos" -configuration Release CODE_SIGN_IDENTITY="iPhone Distribution: Company Name, Inc. (DDXX7YXXXX)" PROVISIONING_PROFILE=d5e4xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-5fef0dbe3e50; /usr/bin/xcrun -sdk iphoneos PackageApplication -v "$IOS_RELEASE_SAVE_PATH/build/bundle.app" -o "IOS_IPA_PATH/bundle_RELEASE.ipa" --sign "Company Name, Inc. (DDXX7YXXXX)" --embed "/Users/Shared/Jenkins/Library/MobileDevice/Provisioning Profiles/d5e4xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-5fef0dbe3e50.mobileprovision";
As a side note, our ADHOC assemblies are signed using the same certificate, only in a different position, and work fine.
I double checked the following points:
- Project and Provision package IDs. (Case sensitivity and potential character replacements.)
- Certificates and regulations have been updated.
- Distribution certificates are marked TRUST for all users.
I also created an IPA manually and tried to submit, but it ended up with the same error.
Other options I've tried:
- Adding "-deep" to "Other Code Signing Flags" in both Project and Targetets.
- Adding a
(Code Signing and Mavircks: furbo.org)
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Edit: Added. Distribution certificates are marked TRUST for all users and platform / Xcode versions.
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It took a long time but I ran into this problem again when upgrading from OSX 10.9 Mavericks and Xcode 5.1.1 to OSX 10.10 and Xcode 6.1.1.
Solution (similar to TWilly's comment):
NOTE: BACKUP.p12 keys and certificates as needed!
- Reset Keychain to System Defaults and clear all Provision profiles from the iPhone Configuration Utility.
- Extract the .p12 key and Provision from Portal Developer.
- Apply publishing and development certificates to SYSTEM (do not login).
- Trying to create from command line.
Also, building from CL on OSX 10.10 and XCODE6 may result in an error: "ResourceRules.plist: cannot read resources"
See this link for solutions .
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