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"app icon ha 4 unassigned children! "

i faced this problem when i tried to run my app and i don't know what is the reason or how to solve it , my app doesn't work it shows me this error (The app icon set "app icon ha 4 unassigned children! " ) !! how to solve this problem!

sorry i meant app icon has....

1 Answer

Alejandro Machado
Alejandro Machado
16,091 Points

This is an Xcode warning, it won't stop your code from running :) If you want to get rid of it, navigate to Assets.xcassets and select the AppIcon. On the view on the right you'll see all of your app icons, scroll all the way down and you'll see four images tagged as "Unassigned children". Select them and hit delete.