Currently Being ModeratedMar 19, 2012 10:15 PM (in response to K T)
Ugh, finally! I never got the Mr. Fusion upgrade, so I had to fill my DeLorean with gasoline (at today's prices!), zip back to 1992 to find this thing you call a "wire", zip back to the present only to find that this so-called wire is not any faster than wireless.
But now I have 4.3.1, thanks!
Currently Being ModeratedMar 26, 2012 2:26 AM (in response to zushiba)
Same is happening to me, only that wired is not an option as I am using a MacBook Air and don't have a wired adapter (just in case there is such a thing).
I tried getting XCode 4.3 from the app store. Says it is installed. Tried rebooting.
I'm still on xcode 4.2 and don't have iOS 5.1 SDK so I'm dead in the water and cannot deploy to my devices, which I updated to 5.1 (Silly me?).
Currently Being ModeratedApr 16, 2012 8:19 AM (in response to betacor)
I went through similar experience (ktatsiu.wordpress.com)
The Update mechanism of XCode 4.2.1 never works. It will always show "installed" and will not give you update notification.
Note from Apple Developer site: https://developer.apple.com/xcode/
Note: To get the latest version of Xcode, you will need to click the "View in Mac App Store" button to the right and download from the new Xcode product page. The update from Xcode 4.2 will not show up in the Mac App Store "Updates" tab. Updates will work as normal for Xcode 4.3 and later.
Here is my way to fix this:
1) Remove the install XCode dmg package in /Applications.
2) Go to App Store and search for XCode.
3) The XCode will show "Free" now.
Starting from version 4.3, XCode is no longer installed to /Developer. XCode 4.3.2 is now distributed as standalone app Xcode.app in Application folder. All the tools previously in /Developer are now bundled inside the Xcode.app.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 11, 2012 7:23 PM (in response to zushiba)
It's just that apple has not managed the update efficiently. The new app sits in Applications folder instead of Developer folder. Go ahead and launch it. The new app will do the housekeeping by deleting the old app and install Xcode app.
Baseline : After the update from App store is completed, go to Applications folder and launch XCode. Do as prompted.