Again, I applied the modifications to skip provisioning profile.
In terminal, type
open /Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/Info.plist(opens with Property List Editor)
Under defaultProperties add/edit rows:
PROVISIONING_PROFILE_ALLOWED = NO;This works however only with Xcode for iPhone OS 2.x.
PROVISIONING_PROFILE_REQUIRED = NO;
But you can replace the iPhoneRemoteDevice executable with one one from the older Xcode.
After that, Xcode initially crashed and disconnected the cable and removed an invalid entry in the Organizer. I get some internal errors but it can be skipped by holding the return key.
I also had a problem with my project. product-pkg-utility reported that CFBundleIdentifier cannot have illegal characters (e.g. underscore).
Anyways, I can debug again.
Update: Copying the whole iPhoneRemoteDevice.xcodeplugin directory seems to work now too.
Update2: Still seems to crash, although after "Reset and relaunch" it does not crash. Weird...
Whoa... starting "/Developer/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/MacOS/Xcode &" from Terminal seems to work in any case.
Other links: here, here here and here