Fastlane

2.212.1

🚀 The easiest way to automate building and releasing your iOS and Android apps
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What's New

2.212.1 Fix for Apple ID lockout and Access Forbidden with new hashcash header

2023-02-24T16:05:56Z
  • [spaceship] Implements new hashcash header in auth flow (#21073) via Josh Holtz (@joshdholtz)
  • [spaceship] Fix Apple ID 2FA with SMS (#21072) via Josh Holtz (@joshdholtz)

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