OverviewFelgo 2 Support (Qt 5) › API error. (0xe8000067) when attempting to deploy to IOS device

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    paul grant


    I’m trying to deploy an app to an IOS device.

    I’ve tested the process by successfully deploying the demo twitter app to my ios device.

    When I try to deploy my app I get the following error:


    12:25:20: The process “/usr/bin/make” exited normally.
    12:25:29: TransferAppSession(efbcbe2b86d7cf9bfa2196410bce19f335d03a4e,/linhome/vpdevapp/osx/build-testapp-iphoneos_clang_Qt_5_9_0_for_iOS-Debug/Debug-iphoneos/ was an internal API error. (0xe8000067)

    Error while building/deploying project testapp (kit: iphoneos-clang Qt 5.9.0 for iOS)
    When executing step “Deploy to iPhone”


    Can anyone help?


    Paul Grant




    paul grant


    Resolved issue! The path on which the project was located shown above was truncated to remove

    personal path details, however one of the directory names was automatically created and had

    a space in it. This was causing the linking process to go wrong, when I move the project to a path without

    a space it all sprang into life!

    Thanks in-advance and Best Regards





    Felgo Team

    Hi Paul,

    Thanks for pointing that out, this might help other Felgo developers in future.


    Alex from Felgo

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