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iOS 5.0 device connected:
Zane Whitney’s iPod: c323a884941eafcad2a5699845df3b5ed3eecb8f
iOS 5.1 device connected:
I remembered, you guys like having mtouch --version as well, right?
This is not MonoTouch specific, or even Xcode / iTunes specific.
iOS 5.1 devices do not return the UDID. The same code works for devices with earlier iOS releases.
Workarounds, for tools that still requires the UDID, is to use Xcode (Organizer) or iTunes. The latest version both (still) shows the UDID.
For iTunes you have to click on the "Serial Number" label (in the device's Summary tab) to make it switch to "Identifier (UDID)".