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App Store Status Pending Agreement

If you`re waiting for Apple (Waiting For Review or In Review), you can cancel the process by turning down the binary with iTunes Connect. Your app status changes to “Developer Rejected,” and you need to restart with a new binary file right from the start. Apple recently introduced a new opt-out status if you have non-compliant metadata. For example, a number of developers are currently reporting refusals because the app description mentions iOS 5, which is still preversion software at that time and is therefore covered by Apple`s NDA. If your app ends up in the “Rejected Metadata” status, you should use the iTunes Connect Resolution Center to verify the reason and change the contesting metadata element. Since you only change metadata, you don`t need to submit a new binary file, which should save time. The final phase is fast as soon as you have the permissions and all the conditions. The “Process for App Store” status should be quickly ready to be sold, and then the app should be displayed within 24 hours in the country-by-country app stores you indicated when sending the app. Once the app is for sale, the developer may decide to remove it from sale (Developer Removed From Sale) or Apple can identify a problem and decide to remove it from the store (sale removed).

There is a definitive status that depends on Apple: when syncing an App Store Connect account, the message “your Apple ID is down.” maybe a completely stupid question, but I haven`t been able to find a simple and clear answer to this question, which means exactly if my application is in the outstanding agreement status? Is it because my account has expired and I can`t remove my app from the App Store until I renew my subscription? To solve the problem that you can save your app in the store, you must first renew your individual developer account. It may take some time, and once I am done, there are other agreements that remain unresolved, so make sure you re-matter with that. At this point, your application may be rejected for a missing screenshot or an invalid binary file. Common errors are forgetting to include an iPad screenshot for a universal application or submitting a binary file without increasing the package`s version number. If you validate the application in Xcode, you should be able to avoid these errors. Once you`ve solved the problem (check your email details) by editing the metadata to add the missing screenshots or by downloading a valid binary file, you should achieve “Waiting for Verification” status. Outstanding Agreement I submitted my first application to iTunes connect and I get this outstanding agreement under App Store status. I checked the agreements, the taxes and the banks, and I filed a contract, but I`m waiting for them to approve the tax information, so that`s what stops them? When I click on it, the file size indicates it, I`m 100MB larger. Does my app hold because the application file size is about 626.2 Mb and I don`t know how to reduce the size.

It`s in New Universal format, but I copied it in an ultimate configuration format and it was about the same file size. So I`m not sure what I should do here. Sorry, if that`s the neeby question: What does this outstanding agreement mean in my itune log account, it seems to keep my app out of the store? There are no levels not to publish. I meant reducing the quality or size of the files in the .png by hand. I took all the files .png of the image folder and compressed each of them to reduce them. I`ve also thought about reducing the application, but I don`t know how to do it outside of Xcode, and I don`t know how to open a Corona Sdk project in Xcode. I just want my app to be much smaller and the images to record most mb.