I have a doubt to try to distribute iOS app through Firebase. I have build a iOS app into release-channel called test. I let Expo handle the process. I can see in my apple developer account, a provisioning profile type App Store , and the documentation from firebase says:
To distribute your app beyond your development team, you must use either an Ad Hoc or Enterprise distribution profile.
I don`t know if this provisioning profile is fine to distribute app through firebase. Because I uploaded an .ipa file to Firebase Console. After this my tester got an email and he accepted invitation, I saw other email like this:
How to set up your app for this tester’s device
- Copy and paste the above UDID and add it in the Apple Developer portal
- Include the device in your app’s provisioning profile.
- Build your app using the updated provisioning profile.
- Distribute your app in the Firebase console or using CLI tools.
In the point two I cannot see any way to add device in my app’s provisioning profile. I will be missing something.
I read in other post @iyk-azorji --> Push Notifications not working on IOS (DeviceNotRegistered on Notifications Tool network tab)
… I built a standalone app with custom certificates and provisioning profile as well as a push notification .p8 key. The app is distributed to testers using the Firebase App distribution service. …
Would I have to create a new .ipa file with expo-cli but with custom certificates and provisioning profile ?
Thanks for any information to help me on this.