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Exclamation TicTacToe code deprecated

I am facing this problem when running the TicTacToe game: "GKPeerPickerController deprecated: first deprecated in iOS 7.0" but when I try to use MCBrowserViewController I have instead this alert:" Cannont find protocol declaration for :MCBrowserViewControllerDelegate did you mean NSNetServiceBrowserDelegate?" The app runs but the devices are never found. It`s still looking for other devices. Don`t know if it`s the problem of the deprecated code or because there is something wrong with the connection. I tried to use it on four different devices.What should I use for the deprecated code? Please, help me.

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