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iOS No Valid Certificate Found for mobile provision

I am trying to start a new iOS project to test the ARKit functionality. This is my first iOS project- I just went out and grabbed a new iPad this afternoon for it, and registered as an Apple developer. I am using OS X.

I am able to import my developer certificate. But, when I try to import my device provision, I just get the error of No Valid Certificate Found. I've tried what I could scrape from the UE4 Answerhub, and I've tried recreating the app and provisioning certificates. I've followed the UE4 iOS quickstart carefully. Nothing seems to work, so I am just enjoying my new ~$500 paperweight.

I think these are the relevant logs:

CERTIFICATE-Name:iPhone Developer: [me] (JF2A7834CX), Validity:VALID, StartDate:2017-08-20T16:29:46.0000000Z, EndDate:2018-08-20T16:29:46.0000000Z

Looking for a certificate that matches the application identifier 'FVY3DB9XBH.*' PROVISION-File:ARKitTutorial.mobileprovision, Name:ARKitTutorial, Validity:NO_CERT, StartDate:8/20/2017 5:45:16 PM, EndDate:8/20/2018 5:45:16 PM, Type:DEVELOPMENT

MATCHED-Provision:,File:,Cert:

Product Version: UE 4.17
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asked Aug 20 '17 at 05:55 PM in Everything Else

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It seems that after some time it is now working. I guess I just needed to leave it alone for a while? (My guess is something with clocks / time zones)

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answered Aug 20 '17 at 09:33 PM

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avatar image apq Dec 04 '17 at 08:51 PM

After a lot of testing this seems to be the issue indeed. It might vary depending on your timezone. I've only tested this for UTC+1, but it seems like I have to wait for 1 hour for the certificate to get accepted.

avatar image chilmers Dec 10 '17 at 10:54 PM

I have come to the same conclusion. As a work around I manually change the system time on my machine to make it work without waiting.

avatar image Shaisa Jan 10 '18 at 06:21 PM

Moving the time forward resolved this issue for me too... Funny... Very Bug 2K :)

avatar image geverk Feb 08 '18 at 05:25 PM

Same problem, after try many times I just set my computer time to 0gtm and it valid (from here wait 8 hours was not an option)

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I confirm the system time version. I think this is Apple's issue. If you get "no valid certificate found" error for mobile provision, try manually change your system clock a couple of hours forward. This solved the issue for me after spending 6 hours in certificate generating madness.

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answered Dec 20 '17 at 03:12 AM

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avatar image darinsmyth Jul 04 '18 at 03:01 PM

Same here, absolute waste of 3hours reprovisioning certs / profiles etc

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You also have to make sure your "bundle identifier" matches what you used in your provision. I would start with putting in a specific identifier (no wildcards), then use exactly the same identifier in the Platforms -> iOS settings. When you make a change there, then it will update your provision list again to check if there is a match.

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answered Sep 29 '17 at 03:32 PM

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I had to back up my clock couple of hours, create bundle id not with wildcard as in the ue4 docs tutorial but with specific identifier, Remove the number from the bundle indentifier so it starts with 'com'. Funny bug. Now it works - time to go the the next step. I'm already trembling...

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answered May 17 '18 at 02:21 PM

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Confirmed setting clock forward a few hours still needed (and works) in July 18!! So much wasted time before I found this!!

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answered Jul 04 '18 at 02:59 PM

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