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iOS Developer Certificate for Flash for Mac (cer to p12)


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Converting a developer certificate into a P12 file

To develop iPhone applications using Flash Professional CS5, you must use a P12 certificate file. You generate this certificate based on the Apple iPhone developer certificate file you receive from Apple.

Convert the iPhone developer certificate to a P12 file on Mac OS
Once you have downloaded the Apple iPhone certificate from Apple, export it to the P12 certificate format. To do this on Mac® OS:

  1. Open the Keychain Access application (in the Applications/Utilities folder).
  2. If you have not already added the certificate to Keychain, select File > Import. Then navigate to the certificate file (the .cer file) you obtained from Apple.
  3. Select the Keys category in Keychain Access.
  4. Select the private key associated with your iPhone Development Certificate.
  5. The private key is identified by the iPhone Developer: public certificate that is paired with it.
  6. Select File > Export Items.
  7. Save your key in the Personal Information Exchange (.p12) file format.
  8. You will be prompted to create a password that is used when you attempt to import this key on another computer.

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