A UDID is a Unique iOS Device IDentification number that can be identified within apps. It may be needed when configuring services or apps on your iOS device. This Knowledge Base article explains how to obtain the UDID on an iOS device.
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Why Would You Need to Obtain the UDID on an iOS Device?
You can sign iOS apps with a provisioning profile that will only permit the app to be installed on devices that have their UDID specified in the profile.
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Prerequisites to Obtain the UDID on an iOS Device
- iTunes app
- iOS device connected to a computer over the USB cable
5 Easy Steps to Obtain the UDID on an iOS Device
Follow these step-by-step instructions to obtain your UDID using iTunes:
- Connect your device to the computer using a USB cable
- Open iTunes
- Click the device icon to the right of Apps drop-down menu in iTunes
- Click the serial number value until you see the UDID value being displayed
- At this point, you will see the UDID value being displayed for your iOS deviceCongratulations! You can now see your device’s UDID.
How Do I Learn More?
If you are interested in learning more about iOS applications we suggest you read up on how iOS application (IPA files) are structured.
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