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/

3 thoughts on “Missing AccessibilitySettingsLoader bundle with iOS 5.0.1 debugging

    1. 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.

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