Here’s how you can download the iFile IPA on iOS 10 and iOS 9 without any jailbreak.
iFile is a file manager for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that allows you to browse the system files and view, modify and edit them. It comes with lots of features and supports almost all file types, including documents, images, plists and more.
There are times when you need to edit some of your system files to fix a problem or for any other purpose. Luckily, you can easily install iFile on iOS 10 without having to jailbreak.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to download iFile for iOS 10 and iOS 9 and install it on your device.
Note: after 7 days, the IPA will expire and start to crash. You have to follow the same steps again to re-install the app.
How to Download iFile IPA on iOS 10 iPhone or iPad
Step 1: The first step is to download the iFile iPA onto your computer.
Step 2: Download Cydia Impactor from here. It is used to sign and install the IPA file onto your device.
Step 3: Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer and open Cydia Impactor.
Step 4: Drag and drop the iFile IPA onto Cydia Impactor as shown below.
Step 5: Cydia Impactor will ask for your Apple ID & password. This information is sent to Apple only to generate certificates to sign the IPA file. If you’re not comfortable providing it, then create an alternative Apple ID and use that instead.
Step 6: Cydia Impactor will begin installing iFile onto your device. Once installed, you’ll see its icon on your Home screen.
Step 7: Go to Settings -> General -> Profiles (for some, this may be labelled “Device Management” or “Profiles & Device Management”).
Step 8: Find the profile labelled with your Apple ID and open it. Then tap on the Trust button.
Step 9: Now go back to the Home screen and launch iFile.
You can now browse your device’s filesystem using iFile without having to jailbreak. We highly recommend that you avoid messing around with the system files unless you know what you’re doing.
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