iOS 10 Jailbreak Tips: How To Install iFile On iOS 10 Without Jailbreak
If you miss being jailbroken, and potentially more specifically, miss having apps like iFile installed on your liberated iOS device, then all is definitely not lost. Here's how to download and install iFile app IPA on your iOS 10 running iPhone or iPad without jailbreaking.
How To Install iFile On iOS 10 Without Jailbreak
The advent of sideloading apps via Xcode and other methods that were previously only available via Cydia on jailbroken devices are now becoming accessible to non-jailbroken users, according to Redmondpie. The fabulous iFile app is now one of those apps, albeit unofficially.
Step 1: The users aren't going to be able to do anything, jailbroken or not, without the iFile .deb or .ipa file at hand. So with that in mind, the user need to first download the necessary installable iFile app file from this link.
Step 2: Now that the users are in possession of the installer, it's time to actually think about getting the app installed on the user non-jailbroken device without the use of the App Store, and, of course, without the use of Cydia. The user can do that using either Xcode or Cydia Impactor.
Step 3: With the iFile app now installed on the user's device, the user needs to actually trust the certificate first to allow the iOS system to invoke the app. To do this, launch Settings > General > Profiles & Device Management on the device.
On some iOS versions, this option might be available at General > Profile(s) & Device Management or General > Device Management, as reported by iGeekBlog.
Step 4: Next, find the certificate relating to the recently installed iFile app, tap on it, and then tap Trust and Trust again.
Step 5: Once done, the user should then be able to launch the iFile app in the usual manner from the Home screen and get access to everything that the app is capable of doing on a non-jailbroken device.
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