I don’t understand anything about native IOS Builds, that’s why we signed AppFlow to delegate this task.
The build IOS and Android run very well without errors, the files are generated normally. The Android file works great for installing on test devices, but the file generated for IOS (app-name.app.dSYM.zip) is not compatible with Ad-hoc installations.
I did the build correctly:
- Publication certificate (app store / ad-hoc)
- Ad-hoc provisioning (with the devices indicated with their respective UDID)
- Signin Certificate based on the files above.
When trying to install via ad-hoc by generating the DIAWI link (https://www.diawi.com) I get the error “Invalid .zip file: missing a .app folder” inside .dSYM.zip
I get the same error when trying to use the service https://appetize.io
If I generate a version of the build for the app store (with certificates and distribution provisioning, this generated .dSYM.zip does not cause any error when sending to the Store.
Can anyone help me with this issue? I need some testers to receive the app for testing but I don’t have physical access to the devices to install via XCODE on any Mac.