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Missing AccessibilitySettingsLoader bundle with iOS 5.0.1 debugging

After upgrading my iPhone 4 to iOS 5.0.1, Xcode has been giving me the following error message when debugging my Migraine Diary app remotely:

warning: Unable to read symbols for /Users/aaron/Library/Developer/Xcode/iOS DeviceSupport/5.0.1 (9A405)/Symbols/System/Library/AccessibilityBundles/AccessibilitySettingsLoader.bundle/AccessibilitySettingsLoader (file not found).
warning: No copy of AccessibilitySettingsLoader.bundle/AccessibilitySettingsLoader found locally, reading from memory on remote device.  This may slow down the debug session.

I tried deleting the directory and having Xcode pull down the symbols off of the phone again.  No success.  I ended up copying the contents of the main SDK bundles into the one in my local library.  Solved it.  Not sure if this is the right solution but it works.  I vaguely remember this happening last time Apple released a small point release.

So copy the following directory:

/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneOS5.0.sdk/System/Library/AccessibilityBundles

to:

/Users/[your login name]/Library/Developer/Xcode/iOS DeviceSupport/5.0.1 (9A405)/Symbols/System/Library/

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3 Comments

  1. Bishal

    update to Xcode 4.3 and then use it with your device having iOS 5.1. it works well

    • Aaron

      That’s not really a solution to the problem – since you aren’t allowed to submit binaries to Apple with beta software. But it is good to know this issue will go away on its own with the next release.

  2. Thanks a lot! Fixed the problem right away.

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