1. riruilo's Avatar

    May I develop programs using a jailbroken iphone and a macbook (not pro)?
    I mean, from 2 point of view. Is it technically possible? and is it legally possible?
    I ask this because my macbook has a legal leopard, but my iphone has been "pirated". I know
    I have to sign my apps to sell them on the app store. So, Can I sign and sell them with
    my current configuration?

    Thanks a lot.
    2008-09-28 05:18 PM
  2. heath_rox's Avatar
    i cant see why not you only use the iphone to test the app you make
    "Its better to be a pirate than join the navy"Steve Jobs
    2008-09-28 06:30 PM
  3. riruilo's Avatar
    Thanks for reply, but I don't understand you. Could you explain it a little bit more?

    2008-09-28 07:53 PM
  4. Chase817's Avatar
    you need to pay $99 and have a developer account to sell and test apps on your iphone.
    http://modmyi.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=303541&dateline=12514  03473
    2008-09-28 10:19 PM
  5. NetMage's Avatar
    As long as you are on an Intel Macbook, you should be able to run the SDK and simulator.

    To sell apps requires being a member of the $99/year developer program, and not the free SDK program. You must submit a request and be accepted by Apple.

    You can test on any device, though Apple warns you it might prevent your phone from functioning the public releases seem fine.
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    2008-09-29 06:55 AM
  6. rafiki270's Avatar
    Than why my Device Organizer says "Could not support development." ... any ideas?
    2009-08-14 01:14 PM
  7. boxxa's Avatar
    Reboot your iPhone and Xcode and see if it fixes it.
    2009-08-14 03:28 PM
  8. rafiki270's Avatar
    I forgot to say that this is only on the jailbroken phone ... ... any fix?
    2009-08-21 03:10 AM