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It states that my phone is an unsupported architecture, and Xcode cannot locate my device support files
When I link my Iphone 11 to my macbook pro, it states that my iphone is an unsupported architecture and that my iphone does not support any of FunFacts.app's architectures. And that I have to add my phone's arm64e architecture to FunFacts.app's Architectures build setting. How do I do that??? Thanks!
I get this from time to time - usually it's resolved by cleaning the project (Product > Clean Build) and then try running the project again. If that doesn't work, we may need to play with your targets.
It sounds as if the target in your project may be above 13.3.1. When Xcode updates it can default to the latest iOS (13.3.4) in new projects.
If you change your target to 13.0 it should work fine. Do this by clicking the blue project icon in the top left, and then under targets in the central left panel select the top icon with the iconic pencil / ruler icon. You'll then be able to select 13.0 as your new target and that should work. These Images should help.
If you don't get any luck just give me a shout 👍
The best way forward is probably to upload your project so I can run it here to see if I can reproduce the error - if I can I'll figure it out this end and send it back with details of the error 👍