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Created attachment 866 [details]
Steps to reproduce.
1.Download both tweet packages from github"TweetStation" and "MonoTouch.Dialog".
2.Open tweet station application
3.Run the application in release mode on iPad device.
4.Error 'No valid iPhone code signing keys found in keychain' displayed.
When user run tweet application in release mode on iPad device,'No valid iPhone code signing keys found in keychain' displayed.
Application should be run successfully no error should be displayed.
Mac 10.6 and 10.7
Please refer attached screenshots
The TweetStation project defaults for Release|iPhone to "Distribution (Automatic)". Unless you have a distribution profile on your computer this will fail (and it's not a bug). You can either create one or change the project signing for that configuration to "Developer (Automatic)" since it's not meant to be distributed.
*** Bug 2457 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
As per comment 1, this bug is marked as feature.
Hence closing this issue. Changing its status to verified.
Go to Solution Option --> iOS Bundle Signing and remove Entitlements.plist from Custom Entitlements