Solved: 'Debug/ibTool/LaunchScreen.storyboardc/Info.plist does not exist' Xamarin

The scenario:

You've loaded a project, made your changes and then hit 'Run' and for whatever reason, this project that worked before, suddenly doesn't. Chances are it's been a while since you last opened this project, what does that matter? It shouldn't just break... But it has. Xamarin - It just works. Not.

The Answer:

There's no long winded answer with this one, just delete the bin and obj folders from your project and your all will compile successfully. Done.


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Luke Alderton

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Victor La Fortuna
You saved my life. Thanks
10/01/2018
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