How to use revoked apps on a non-jailbroken device or when you are in non-jailbroken mode:

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Untrusted developer notification

We’ve all been there. You try to go into an application to re-jailbreak, play a game on the Delta Simulator, etc., and you get the dreaded “Untrusted Developer” popup meaning Apple has revoked the developer/enterprise certificate for this application. Then we have to go in and reinstall the app, etc. But sometimes we don’t want to do this. Especially jailbreakers just want to jailbreak and resign the application with ReProvision. To get into the app without reinstalling is actually quite easy. At the time of writing this, it hasn’t been patched by Apple.

Steps to run revoked applications:

  1. Make sure all applications are closed in the background.
  2. Go into Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data.
  3. Go ahead and clear all History and Website data.
  4. Turn on Airplane Mode in Settings > Airplane Mode or in the Control Center.
  5. Now you should be able to get into the “untrusted” or revoked application so go ahead and try to open it!

Tips:

  1. Do not leave the application or you may get the Untrusted Developer notification again. It may not always happen this way but it could. If this happens, just repeat the process above.
  2. If you are jailbroken, install AppSync Unified so you can run unsigned applications.
  3. Also if you are jailbroken, don’t forget to resign all applications with ReProvision when you re-jailbreak.
  4. If you are not jailbroken, once the signing service, such as AppValley, Ignition, etc., resigns and uploads the newly signed application you will be able to reinstall and start using as normal.
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Daniel
Daniel, 25, has been following Apple products since the release of the first iPhone in 2007. He has been following the jailbreak scene since iPhone OS 1.0 in 2007. Around this time in 2007, he also started getting interested in developing apps and tweaks for iPhone OS devices. While he has not publicly completed any of these, he still continues to follow the Apple Beta and Apple Jailbreak scene closely. He also has a passion for web development and design.