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iOS Simulator Not Working !! Mavericks 10.9.4 !

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Jul 4, 2014
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Motherboard
GA B75M-D3H
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Intel core i7-4770k
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Zotac Nvidia GTX 760
Mac
Classic Mac
Mobile Phone
Hi.

I recently did my first ever build and to say the least, installation with unibeast was a breeze.
I've used Unibeast 3.x and multi beast. I've setup Mavericks 10.9.4. Everything works, including audio and LAN. My motherboard is GA B75M-D3H.

Now this is the first issue i've encountered, as of now and am not sure its a 'hackintosh' issue.
I already own an iMac and a dev account. After setting up my build I copied Xcode onto my system from my iMac. App store, Dev profiles, everything is synced and functioning as expected.

The issue occurs when i try and run the iPhone Simulator.
Every time i try to run a build, i get an error saying 'iOS Simulator could not install the application'.
And this one is for the first ever 'Hello World' build.

I read it somewhere that iOS simulators will not work with such a build.
Is that true? What can I do to get it working?
I've tried every solution available on the net. From running scripts, to changing folder names, etc.

Does anybody know how to go about this issue.

Please help.
 
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I'm having an issue with the iOS Simulator as well, though not the same. In an introductory piece of code, I'm incrementing a integer. iOS Simulator crashes on that line of code every time. However, if I move the same source code to my real mac, compile and build it, it runs fine in the Simulator.

My install on my main PC went flawlessly with Uni/Multibeast. Everything works (except my 3rd party audio card), even sleep and full graphics acceleration. However, the whole point of installing Mavericks was to develop for iOS on a modern system and not cough up a fortune for a new Mac. I can do it on my real Mac if I need to, but it so slllloooowwww.....
 

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