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[SOLVED with v2.1.1] Undefined symbols for architecture x86_6: _OBJC_CLASS_$_RNFirebaseDatabaseReference #321

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D1no opened this issue Aug 9, 2017 · 24 comments

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@D1no D1no commented Aug 9, 2017

When compiling our project with RN-Firebase 2.0.5 I get a weird compilation error in xcode:

Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64:
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_RNFirebaseDatabaseReference", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseDatabase.o)
ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64
clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)

I manually added react-native-firebase when it was at 2.0.0. We run the project via pods. Did something in the set-up change since than? I hate those kind of errors.....

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platform :ios, '9.0'

target 'name' do
  # Uncomment the next line if you're using Swift or would like to use dynamic frameworks
  # use_frameworks!
  # Pods for 'name'

  pod "Yoga", :path => "../node_modules/react-native/ReactCommon/yoga"
  pod 'React', :path => '../node_modules/react-native', :subspecs => [
    'BatchedBridge', # Required For React Native 0.45.0+
    'Core',
    'RCTActionSheet',
    'RCTAnimation',
    'RCTGeolocation',
    'RCTImage',
    'RCTLinkingIOS',
    'RCTNetwork',
    'RCTSettings',
    'RCTText',
    'RCTVibration',
    'RCTWebSocket'
    # Add any other subspecs you want to use in your project
  ]
  
  pod 'react-native-fbsdk', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-fbsdk/iOS'

  # Required by RNFirebase
  pod 'Firebase/Core'
  pod 'RNFirebase', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-firebase'
  pod 'BVLinearGradient', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-linear-gradient'

  # [OPTIONAL PODS] - comment out pods for firebase products you won't be using.
  # pod 'Firebase/AdMob'
  pod 'Firebase/Analytics'
  pod 'Firebase/Auth'
  pod 'Firebase/Crash'
  pod 'Firebase/Database'
  pod 'Firebase/DynamicLinks'
  pod 'Firebase/Messaging'
  pod 'Firebase/RemoteConfig'
  pod 'Firebase/Storage'

  # Goolge Login
  pod 'GoogleSignIn'

  # Required by Code-Push
  pod 'CodePush', :path => '../node_modules/react-native-code-push'

  pod 'GoogleMaps'
  pod 'react-native-maps', path: '../node_modules/react-native-maps' #<- PATH to your node_modules/react-native-maps directory
  pod 'react-native-google-maps', path: '../node_modules/react-native-maps' #<- PATH to your node_modules/react-native-maps directory
end

# React-Native Maps
post_install do |installer|
  installer.pods_project.targets.each do |target|
    if target.name == "react-native-google-maps"
      target.build_configurations.each do |config|
        config.build_settings['CLANG_ENABLE_MODULES'] = 'No'
      end
    end
  end
end

Environment

  1. Target Platform (e.g. iOS, Android): iOS
  2. Development Operating System (e.g. macOS Sierra, Windows 10): MacOS Sierra
  3. Build tools (Xcode or Android Studio version, iOS or Android SDK version, if relevant): xCode Stable
  4. React Native version (e.g. 0.45.1): 0.46.3
  5. RNFirebase Version (e.g. 2.0.2): 2.0.5
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@D1no D1no commented Aug 9, 2017

Okay... if anybody comes accross this magic error, try this. It solved the problem (for now).

Close Xcode and packanger.

Clear Xcode Cache
rm -rf ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData

Go into ios folder
cd ios

Clear CocoaPods Cache
pod deintegrate && pod cache clean --all

Re-Install Pods
pod install

The install can take now a veeery long time - if it seems to be stuck, you should re-setup cocoa with an update before installing again, as follows:
gem install cocoapods (you maybe have to use sudo)
than
pod repo remove master --verbose && pod setup --verbose && pod install --verbose

than
pod install

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@alfonsodev alfonsodev commented Aug 9, 2017

same problem here, it can work when building with react-native run-ios,
but it fails when archiving

Undefined symbols for architecture arm64:
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_RNFirebaseDatabaseReference", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseDatabase.o)
ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture arm64
clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)
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@mindhivefi mindhivefi commented Aug 9, 2017

I ran into a same issue. For the issue was fixed by upgrading to the latest cocoapods version and recreating the ios project.

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@Shinichi52 Shinichi52 commented Aug 10, 2017

i had same issue with RN 0.47.0
xcode: i built success. after i built with command line (react-native run-ios). it's not work with error message

Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64:
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_RNFirebaseDatabaseReference", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseDatabase.o)
ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64
clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)

update:
after i had run react-native unlink react-native-firebase. i tried re-build with command line. it alerted successful but it's crash when startup :(

react-native log-ios: Service exited due to Abort trap: 6
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@Damnum Damnum commented Aug 10, 2017

Same here, the suggestions mentioned above don't help either.

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@chrisbianca chrisbianca commented Aug 10, 2017

@Damnum @Shinichi52 @mindhivefi @alfonsodev @D1no
I've just released v2.1.1 to hopefully fix the problem. Can you see if this fixes it for you?

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@Shinichi52 Shinichi52 commented Aug 11, 2017

Hi @chrisbianca,
I tried upgrade v2.1.1 and re-install pod. When I ran app with command react-native run-ios. It's crash when startup. Run with xcode is working fine
log with react-native log-ios

Aug 11 08:57:07 xxx-MacBook-Pro assertiond[67376] <Warning>: Submitted job with label: UIKitApplication:com.xxxxxx[0xf925][67376]
Aug 11 08:57:07 xxx-MacBook-Pro SpringBoard[67371] <Warning>: [com.xxxxxx] Bootstrap complete with label: UIKitApplication:com.xxxxxx[0xf925][67376]
Aug 11 08:57:07 xxx-MacBook-Pro com.apple.CoreSimulator.SimDevice.9EE8E2AC-9C13-43F6-A580-8E722572AC45.launchd_sim[67354] (UIKitApplication:com.xxxxxx[0xf925][67376][73582]) <Notice>: Service exited due to Abort trap: 6
Aug 11 08:57:09 xxx-MacBook-Pro assertiond[67376] <Warning>: Deleted job with label: UIKitApplication:com.xxxxxx[0xf925][67376]
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@Damnum Damnum commented Aug 11, 2017

For me, this resolved the issue! Thanks @chrisbianca

For the record, for react-native run-ios to work I had to clean my Xcode Cache with

rm -rf ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData

and delete the entire local build folder with

rm -rf ./ios/build

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@Ehesp Ehesp commented Aug 11, 2017

@Shinichi52 run-ios is not great as it seems to not show you the full errors or warnings. It also has no control over cache cleaning like XCode does. I'd stick with using XCode anyway, as you can't change any of the project settings required to deliver the app without it anyway!

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@D1no D1no commented Aug 11, 2017

Upgraded from 2.0.5 -> 2.1.1 works

What I did.

Clean the Repo to get rid of all the chaches (stage your changes first):
git clean -fdx -e .vscode (exclude folders such as .vscode with the -e flag)
Delete xCode Derived Data cache: rm -rf ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData
Update to 2.1.1: yarn upgrade-interactive (select react-native-firebase and hit enter)
Install pods: cd ios && pod install && cd ..

Since we have different schemas, I run the app from xcode.

@D1no D1no changed the title Undefined symbols for architecture x86_6: _OBJC_CLASS_$_RNFirebaseDatabaseReference [SOLVED with v2.1.1] Undefined symbols for architecture x86_6: _OBJC_CLASS_$_RNFirebaseDatabaseReference Aug 11, 2017
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@D1no D1no commented Aug 11, 2017

Thank you guys for the very quick turnaround. Impressive! FYI: We just joined as patrons (https://www.patreon.com/invertase/posts) to support you guys and the react-native-firebase project. Thanks! 🚀

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@Ehesp Ehesp commented Aug 11, 2017

Awesome :) Thanks for helping debug it too!

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@Aung-Myint-Thein Aung-Myint-Thein commented Aug 31, 2018

I have tried all the methods above and still I get the same error. However, I used manual installation method and followed @AndreiCalazans here and @loukandr .. here but after that I still get above error and it says "undefined symbols for architecture x86_64 react native" :( Anyone any suggestions?

Actually, I tried with pod method but it breaks all the other libraries :(

I am using the following:

"react-native": "^0.55.4",
"react-native-firebase": "^4.3.7",
Firebase iOS SDK - 5.3.0

I am only using DynamicLink and Messaging. Following is the trace:

Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64:
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRAnalytics", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseAnalytics.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRAnalyticsConfiguration", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseAnalytics.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRApp", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in AppDelegate.o
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebase.o)
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseUtil.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRDynamicLinkAndroidParameters", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseLinks.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRDynamicLinkComponents", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseLinks.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRDynamicLinkComponentsOptions", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseLinks.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRDynamicLinkGoogleAnalyticsParameters", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseLinks.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRDynamicLinkIOSParameters", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseLinks.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRDynamicLinkItunesConnectAnalyticsParameters", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseLinks.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRDynamicLinkNavigationInfoParameters", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseLinks.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRDynamicLinkSocialMetaTagParameters", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseLinks.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRDynamicLinks", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseLinks.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRInstanceID", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseInstanceId.o)
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseMessaging.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIRMessaging", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebaseMessaging.o)
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_FIROptions", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in libRNFirebase.a(RNFirebase.o)
ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64
clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)```
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@Aung-Myint-Thein Aung-Myint-Thein commented Sep 3, 2018

I set up using pod and it is working fine. So, maybe above comment is not valid anymore. Thanks guys! Followings are the steps I did in my project:

react-native unlink react-native-firebase
react-native install --save react-native-firebase
cd ios
pod init
pod update
pod install (will get some warnings but the above link shows how to solve them. open xcworkspace file in xcode and solve them.)
react-native link react-native-firebase
open xcworkspace file in xcode.
Build

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@vongohren vongohren commented Dec 29, 2018

@Aung-Myint-Thein did it work with all other linked libraries from earlier? Or what happens to them?

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@krisnailafat krisnailafat commented Jan 2, 2019

i have the same problem, but im not using cocoapods, is there any way without cocoapods ?

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@vongohren vongohren commented Jan 2, 2019

Im using Cocoa pods for just firebase, all the rest is like before.

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@MalcolmnDEV MalcolmnDEV commented Jan 23, 2019

I have the same issue

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@srizvi-official srizvi-official commented Feb 13, 2019

any solution guys? im not using cocoa pod. updated project from 0.57 to 0.58 now.
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Undefined symbols for architecture arm64: "_GULIsLoggableLevel", referenced from: _FIRIsLoggableLevel in FirebaseCore(FIRLogger.o) -[APMMonitor isLoggableLevel:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMonitor_405c5a637e87914c89c37652996d219d.o) "_GULLogBasic", referenced from: _FIRLogBasic in FirebaseCore(FIRLogger.o) -[APMASLLogger logMessage:logTag:messageCode:withLogLevel:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMASLLogger_b06c35e24aea4d3ad666632e11e79ef6.o) "_GULLogError", referenced from: +[APMAnalytics startWithAppID:origin:options:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMAnalytics_f5f2b01aed09e7d23917a3e8a400242e.o) -[APMUserDefaults synchronize] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMUserDefaults_cec267d1ff21df5a0ffda1a71af1431f.o) "_GULLogInfo", referenced from: ___44+[UIViewController(APMScreenClassName) load]_block_invoke in GoogleAppMeasurement(UIViewController+APMScreenClassName_bb34840e14481f32c5ecb9ffcac15bff.o) "_GULLogWarning", referenced from: +[APMMeasurement sharedInstance] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) -[APMUserDefaults objectForKey:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMUserDefaults_cec267d1ff21df5a0ffda1a71af1431f.o) -[APMUserDefaults setObject:forKey:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMUserDefaults_cec267d1ff21df5a0ffda1a71af1431f.o) -[APMUserDefaults synchronize] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMUserDefaults_cec267d1ff21df5a0ffda1a71af1431f.o) ___44+[UIViewController(APMScreenClassName) load]_block_invoke in GoogleAppMeasurement(UIViewController+APMScreenClassName_bb34840e14481f32c5ecb9ffcac15bff.o) "_GULLoggerEnableSTDERR", referenced from: ___FIRLoggerInitializeASL_block_invoke in FirebaseCore(FIRLogger.o) "_GULLoggerForceDebug", referenced from: ___FIRLoggerInitializeASL_block_invoke in FirebaseCore(FIRLogger.o) "_GULLoggerInitializeASL", referenced from: ___FIRLoggerInitializeASL_block_invoke in FirebaseCore(FIRLogger.o) "_GULLoggerRegisterVersion", referenced from: ___FIRLoggerInitializeASL_block_invoke in FirebaseCore(FIRLogger.o) "_GULSetLoggerLevel", referenced from: _FIRSetLoggerLevel in FirebaseCore(FIRLogger.o) -[APMMonitor setDebugModeEnabled:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMonitor_405c5a637e87914c89c37652996d219d.o) "_OBJC_CLASS_$_GULAppDelegateSwizzler", referenced from: objc-class-ref in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMAnalytics_f5f2b01aed09e7d23917a3e8a400242e.o) "_OBJC_CLASS_$_GULAppEnvironmentUtil", referenced from: objc-class-ref in FirebaseMessaging(FIRMessagingAnalytics.o) objc-class-ref in FirebaseMessaging(FIRMessagingReceiver.o) objc-class-ref in FirebaseAuth(FIRAuth.o) objc-class-ref in FirebaseAuth(FIRAuthAPNSTokenManager.o) objc-class-ref in FirebaseAuth(FIRAuthAppDelegateProxy.o) objc-class-ref in FirebaseAuth(FIRAuthDefaultUIDelegate.o) objc-class-ref in FirebaseCoreDiagnostics(FIRDiagnostics_afb9975b7573ce8caa0e4380e6bfbe31.o) ... "_OBJC_CLASS_$_GULMutableDictionary", referenced from: objc-class-ref in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMRemoteConfig_a87cea1e5d19294f87a4448795cd24c6.o) "_OBJC_CLASS_$_GULNetwork", referenced from: objc-class-ref in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMAnalytics_f5f2b01aed09e7d23917a3e8a400242e.o) objc-class-ref in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) objc-class-ref in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMAppDelegateInterceptor_d25c2dc381ddbd5008199366846aae05.o) objc-class-ref in FirebaseCoreDiagnostics(FIRClearcutLogger_45763904baa6658ff86b47cac2ab23e7.o) "_OBJC_CLASS_$_GULReachabilityChecker", referenced from: objc-class-ref in FirebaseMessaging(FIRMessaging.o) "_OBJC_CLASS_$_GULSwizzler", referenced from: objc-class-ref in GoogleAppMeasurement(UIViewController+APMScreenClassName_bb34840e14481f32c5ecb9ffcac15bff.o) "_OBJC_CLASS_$_GULUserDefaults", referenced from: objc-class-ref in FirebaseCoreDiagnostics(FIRDiagnostics_afb9975b7573ce8caa0e4380e6bfbe31.o) objc-class-ref in FirebaseInstanceID(FIRInstanceIDCheckinPreferences_36766016f801e2f19278d2e4a3dc9dc2.o) objc-class-ref in FirebaseInstanceID(FIRInstanceIDUtilities_6068b4cdd1114b87139202a3c6ae828a.o) "_kGULNetworkHTTPStatusCodeCannotAcceptTraffic", referenced from: -[APMMeasurement networkUploadCompletionHandlerWithResponse:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) -[APMMeasurement networkRemoteConfigFetchCompletionHandler:data:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) "_kGULNetworkHTTPStatusCodeNotFound", referenced from: -[APMMeasurement networkRemoteConfigFetchCompletionHandler:data:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) "_kGULNetworkHTTPStatusCodeNotModified", referenced from: -[APMMeasurement networkRemoteConfigFetchCompletionHandler:data:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) "_kGULNetworkHTTPStatusCodeUnavailable", referenced from: -[APMMeasurement networkUploadCompletionHandlerWithResponse:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) -[APMMeasurement networkRemoteConfigFetchCompletionHandler:data:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) "_kGULNetworkHTTPStatusNoContent", referenced from: -[APMMeasurement networkUploadCompletionHandlerWithResponse:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) -[APMMeasurement networkRemoteConfigFetchCompletionHandler:data:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) "_kGULNetworkHTTPStatusOK", referenced from: -[APMMeasurement networkUploadCompletionHandlerWithResponse:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) -[APMMeasurement networkRemoteConfigFetchCompletionHandler:data:error:] in GoogleAppMeasurement(APMMeasurement_a76ff61c6b4ca85ef91462a646f323a0.o) ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture arm64 clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)

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@ollydixon ollydixon commented Jul 26, 2019

On React-native 60.4, followed everything here. Cannot build the project. (So typical of RN..)

ld: warning: directory not found for option '-L/Users/oo/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/righter-czofbqejhzpmveescwmgwextrvgb/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/yoga'
Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64:
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_RCCManager", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in AppDelegate.o
ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64
clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)
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@mackenziemance mackenziemance commented Jul 31, 2019

Also ran into this updating to 60.4, unsuppressed by previous solutions. @ollydixon did you find a fix?

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@Gaever Gaever commented Aug 1, 2019

Same here. RN 0.60.4

Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64:
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_RNFirebaseMessaging", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in AppDelegate.o
  "_OBJC_CLASS_$_RNFirebaseNotifications", referenced from:
      objc-class-ref in AppDelegate.o
ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64
clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)
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@Aung-Myint-Thein Aung-Myint-Thein commented Aug 1, 2019

I got this error again after updating to RN 0.60.4 last night. However, I fixed with all the steps I did as follows:

  1. I checked my rnfirebase version and it is not supported for RN 60.4. Most likely it is the case for you guys. So, I had to update it by just changing the version to 5.5.6 then npm i again.

  2. Then, I also need to update Podfile to use the latest libraries. I just follow https://rnfirebase.io/docs/v5.x.x/releases/v5.5.x#Upgrade-instructions and tried to run again.

  3. Then, it might not run successfully. Then

  1. Do product > clean
  2. Close Xcode
  3. Re-run pod install (from the command line)
  4. Re-open the .xcworkspace
  5. Do product > clean
  6. Try a build

(as mentioned in https://rnfirebase.io/docs/v5.x.x/troubleshooting/ios#Duplicate-Symbols-/-Undefined-Symbols-(build-time-error) )

Another note you guys have to be careful is that RN 0.60.x uses auto-linking and it can give a bit of problem if you don't "unlink" first before updating.

I also wrote a post with my updated Podfile content here. Hope some of them will be useful. Let me know how it goes. The process is really painful but once it is running, the RN 0.60.4 is quite good.

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