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How to find plist file for your iPhone app on Mac?

Solution The plist for you application is located under the Library/Preference folder of your application inside the iPhone simulator application folder structure. The path to all the applications in he iPhone simulator is. /Users/[your user name]/Library/Application Support/iPhone Simulator/User/Applications Underneath this there will be a bunch of application GUID, one for …

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What are the different reasons for App Crash in iPhone?

Answer There are four distinct kinds of crash reports. They are:    * Application crash: possibly the most common kind of report, this is generated when execution is halted due to bad memory access, an exception or some other programming error.    * Low memory: occurs when the application has …

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Where is data for iPhone App stored in the mac?

Answer For iOS version 3.1x or earlier used to be stored under as: ~/Library/Application Support/iPhone Simulator/User/Applications/[AppGUID]/ for iOS 4 , iOS 5 it is stored under as: ~/Library/Application Support/iPhone Simulator/[OS version]/Applications/[AppGUID]/ Replace the AppGUID with the actual value. For Example mymac:Applications mvohra$ pwd /Users/mvohra/Library/Application Support/iPhone Simulator/5.0/Applications mymac:Applications mvohra$ ls -lt …

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What is the native sound format in iPhone?

Answer The native sound format for the iPhone is CAF, which stands for Core Audio Format.To get the best performance, all sound effects (smaller files) used should be .caf files. However for music files tend to be much too large and should be stored using the compressed .mp3 format instead. …

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