Errors when working on Xcode is quite normal, but at the same time, it always seems irritating. As you are here to solve the error, you don’t need to worry. We will provide you with enough information that makes the error go away. Let’s figure out how the error pops up
How do you get the error?
When you try to migrate your Xcode project to another system (computer), you get the error warning appears. This is how the error looks like
Warning: unable to build chain to self-signed root for signer
How To Fix the Error “unable to build chain to self-signed root for signer”
The error shows up when you try to use install a certificate on a different system that was created on another system or install it for the first time. To solve the error, follow the steps below
- First, you need to open the Keychain Access
- Tap login, and then select Certificates
- Open Apple Worldwide Developer Relations Certificate Authority by double tapping.
- Click the trust section. The ‘Always Trust’ is selected here, you need to set it to ‘Use System Defaults”
- Next, just make the build folder clean and run
It resolves the error warning.
In the case, you tried everything but nothing seems to work here then you should try to add the intermediate certificate for signing to the system keychain. It is installed by Xcode automatically. To reinstall the signing certificate, you can go to the official site. Once you have downloaded it, you need to double-tap the files to include it in the system keychain automatically. This Xcode provision profile works automatically.
In this post, we shed light on the solutions to fix the error “unable to build chain to self-signed root for signer” efficiently. You can easily implement the solutions and get rid of the error warning.
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