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After an automatic update of macOS v10.15 (Catalina), I am unable to open Xcode. Xcode prompts me to install additional components but the installation fails because of MobileDevice.pkg (Applications/

I have found multiple answers on how to locate MobileDevice.pkg and that I should try to install it directly, but when I try to do this the installation fails too. I have also tried updating Xcode from App Store, but the update failed when it was nearly finished.

Has anyone experienced the same behaviour? Should I reset the Mac to default and install macOS v10.13 (High Sierra) or Catalina from scratch or it is a problem of Xcode and re-install would do the job?

I have found a discussion here that was posted today and is probably regarding the same issue and it seems like many people are dealing with it, too.

The log:

*2019-10-25 01:03:34+02 Vendula-MacBook-Pro Xcode[1567]: Package: PKLeopardPackage 
<, version=, url=file:///Applications/> 
Failed to verify with error: Error Domain=PKInstallErrorDomain Code=102 
"The package “MobileDevice.pkg” is untrusted." 
  NSLocalizedDescription=The package “MobileDevice.pkg” is untrusted., 
  NSURL=MobileDevice.pkg -- file:///Applications/,, 
    Error Domain=NSOSStatusErrorDomain 
    Code=-2147409654 "CSSMERR_TP_CERT_EXPIRED" 

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