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    iJcaP's Avatar
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    Default Safely removing device from portal

    I have a few friends testing my app on iOS 7 and I've finished testing for the most part. I would like to take them off of my devices list in the Portal. When will I be able to do this safely with out bricking their devices?

    Thanks for your help!

    FYI: I'm new developer (started back in October), so I have never had experiences with beta releases.
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    Default Re: Safely removing device from portal

    I'd wait until iOS7 is public and they've installed the GM or final release.
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    Default Re: Safely removing device from portal

    You can't really do it until it's time to renew your subscription. Those slots will still be counted as used, so there's no reason to remove them.
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    Default Re: Safely removing device from portal

    like Alli said you don't get the slits back when devices are removed so there really is no point to take them off. Unless you wont be testing with them again in the future. If that is the case wait till GM or public release like was said.

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