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This is my first deployment to a device.
1) My trivial app works on the simulator.
2) When I tried "Debug|iPhone", it put the app on the iPod and started it, but I did not get the starting screen.
3) So I tried "Release|iPhone". It builds correctly, but is unsuccessful in moving the app to the iPod (I had removed it after step #2).
I am reporting it because it says:
"Unexpected error - Please fill a bug report at http://bugzilla.xamarin.com (MT0000)"
Unfortunately, it doesn't identify the error beyond "Unexpected error -"
So I cannot say more at this point.
see comment #3 of bug #3559.
i.e. Xcode 4.3[.1] was installed and Xcode 4.2 was removed (or never
installed). You need to install the optional "Command Line Tools" to get a
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 3559 ***
install the optional "Command Line Tools"...
For an Apple newbie, this is easier said than done. I downloaded v4.3.1 from the Mac Store. CLT was/is a separate download. I've downloaded it a half-dozen times, but I get a check-sum error whenever I try to install it. I doubt the download is corrupt, rather something is out-of-sync and the designer of the set-up process was too lazy to give a better error message. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
You can download the optional tools from within Xcode itself.
See this link for instructions: http://stackoverflow.com/q/9348718/220643
I solved my own problem by downloading the "Command Line Tools" directly from the developer's webpage. The March version yielded a checksum error just like the download from within Xcode 4.3.1 did . But I did succeed with the February version. I don't know why things were out-of-sync.