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Hi I have made 2 app;s ID and provision profiles, but keep on getting this error:

error: Embedded binary’s bundle identifier is not prefixed with the parent app’s bundle identifier.

Embedded Binary Bundle Identifier: vn.simpleapp.sos.watchkitapp.watchkitextension Parent App Bundle Identifier: help.heb.men.watchkitapp

What am I doing wrong? how can I change the Embedded Binary Bundle Identifier and what should I write in it?

Hi. Sorry, I just saw this comment. So have you solved yet ?

how can I change the about/instructions screen that pops in at the very start?

So, how can help you ? Please contact me via email noho501@gmail.com

I have already emailed you.

Waiting for a reply.

Hello. I need help changing position of the SOS-button. Could you kindly assist?

Okay. Contact me via skype on morning tomorrow, my timezone is +7, my skype is vfa.hoangnn

you have android version ?

No, just ios version

Hello, your app store version has a settings button on top that makes a lot of sense https://s10.postimg.org/rbk65etux/sos_app_store_version.png

but here on codecanyon it doesn’t have this and it makes app useless, how can I display top bar?


thank you

Oh, sorry i mistake, the app on the store is updated. On the description & screenshot I didn’t mention setting your blood, height etc…

can you send me version with these functions?

Ok. contact me via skype vfa.hoangnn or email noho501@gmail.com

Hi, I keep getting this error when trying to submit with watch app: ERROR ITMS-90347: Bad bundle identifier. The bundle identifier com.xxxx.xxx.ios of the applications extension App/Plugins/help location.apex should start with the application’s bundle identifier com.xxxx.xxx.ios and not contain more than one period”.” after the application’s bundle ID

CFBundleidentifier value of watch application does not properly extend the CFBundleidentifier value of its containing iOS Application

hi i have a problem Report about the compilation problems of the program SOS over XCode 8

Due the oldeness of the swift code in the iwatch part, XCode at the start of the project ask immediately to convert to Current Swift Syntax. If it executed, it shift all of the swift code to the versione 3 of the swift language, according to the last version of iWatch OS.

The incompatibility problem with XCode 8 is shown by the failing of the compliation due the error: Command /usr/bin/codesign failed with exit code 1.

The same project when it was compiled with XCode 7, it went fine and no complaints had shown

Hi, My code isn’t ready for xcode 8. I’ll update later but not at the moment because i’m too busy. If you don’t happy you can make a refund i’ll pay you money back. Thanks

You can sell the version for android?

Hi, I don’t have the android version.

Hi have you updated this source code to latest xcode version?

Hi, let me test on latest xcode version and reply you soon.

Hi, what a results?

Hi, It’s not working. I will try to update soon


flhtcuu Purchased

Just purchased this app and it took me less than an hour to update the code to Swift 4, Xcode 9, and iOS11. Works very well. A few things I had to tweak. But it works perfectly. I am trying to add an autodial feature to go with your auto text feature. I have the code worked out and works well but currently I am hard coding a phone number. I am trying to locate the field you use to hold the contact number. Currently you call it like this

NSURL *url = [NSURL URLWithString:@”soshelp://”];

to make a call is simply like this

NSURL *url1 = [NSURL URLWithString:@”tel://1xxx216xxxx”];

Of course I do not want to hard code the number in but do not see any variable you are using to hold the contact number, which of course I know you are but I can not find it. Can you tell me the variable you are using to carry the contact phone numbers?

This source code is basic and not like version in app store. But you can follow this guide :

1. Add this code into AppDelegate.m

-(BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application openURL:(NSURL *)url sourceApplication:(NSString *)sourceApplication annotation:(id)annotation{ [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] postNotificationName:@"sendMessage" object:nil]; return YES; }

2. Add this code into ViewController.m (viewDidLoad)

[[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserver:self selector:@selector(send:) name:@"sendMessage" object:nil];

This function will call action button “send”, its same way once send button clicked


flhtcuu Purchased

Sorry, I don’t use Skype. But thank you for the reply here.

Not really sure what this code snippet you posted here is supposed to do? No difference in how the app performs with this code. Does the same function, but in a more efficient way. What I am trying to do is make a telephone call using the contacts number. App would do as you currently do, send a text message. But would also make a telephone call. As I said the code to make the call is easy, but currently I have to hard code the number. I am trying to find where you are storing the contact phone number. What variable holds the telephone number for each contact? Then I could simply use that variable to haver app make a telephone call to the contact as well.


I’m storing multiple contact phone number in NSUserDefaults with key CONTACT. You can loop to get phone number NSUserDefaults *user = [[NSUserDefaults alloc] init]; if ([user arrayForKey:@"CONTACT"]) { NSArray *data = [user arrayForKey:@"CONTACT"]; NSMutableArray *recipients = [[NSMutableArray alloc] init]; for (int i =0; i < [data count]; i++) { NSArray *foo = [data[i] componentsSeparatedByString: @" - "]; if ([foo count] > 0) { NSString *phone = [foo objectAtIndex:foo.count - 1]; } } controller.recipients = recipients; }

If you want to store only one phone number, you must custom in ContactViewController.m line 262

Can you build it for Android? I can hire your for this.

not working with latest Xcode…

do you have android too?

I still not plain for android version.