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I've tried downloading jdk-8u161-windows-x64 and jdk-8u162-windows-x64 and they dont pop up in my folders when i browse for files to insert, i have an asus notebook could i ave possibly downloaded the wrong bit for the program or have i downloaded the wrong file all together? Please help, -Rookie
Does anyone know of an app that can read a QR code and can access the device's unique ID (either phone number, mac address, or...).
On the other hand, I suppose I could use a cookie (that expires after 24 hours or something like that) to identify a device...
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With my project (Coco2d-x) open in Xcode and my (registered developer) Apple account as the [Team] the system does not recognise the iPhone (logged into iCloud with my registered developer account) when it is plugged into the usb.
If I switch my [Team] in Xcode to 'None' or use a non-developer registered AppleID as the [Team] the iPhone is recongised.
Please tell me what steps I need to take to allow Xcode to 'see' the phone when I am using my 'proper' developer AppleID?