Here’s how you can download and install the iPASTORE package for your jailbroken iPhone running iOS 11.0 through iOS 11.1.2.
Like many other third-party installers that exist, iPASTORE is going to immediately afford you with the ability to download and install third-party packages, tweaks, and modified apps outside of the official iOS App Store.
Additionally, it will also give you the ability to sign your own IPA files as and when you desire, which is something not offered by other installers/packages. Let’s dive right in and take a look at how to get this experience installed on your jailbroken iOS device:
Step 1: First of all, launch Cydia on your jailbroken device and wait for all packages to refresh, as per the usual Cydia opening process.
Step 2: You now need to add the relevant source tom Cydia. Tap on Sources > Edit > Add to get into the workflow to add a new source to Cydia. When the dialogue box appears, add the following Cydia source address: http://cydia.kiiimo.org
Step 3: Select Add Source to continue.
Step 4: Once the new source has refreshed, select it to view all packages associated with it. Scroll down until you see the option titled “Supports iOS 11”.
Step 5: Locate the AppSync Unified package and install that. Once that has been installed and Springboard has been restarted, head back into Cydia and select the Search option. Search for “iPASTORE” and go through the usual installation process.
Step 6: Once installed, launch iPASTORE and wait for the activation screen to load. Leave it at that stage, exit out of the app, head into recently installed packages and select the iPASTORE package. Scroll down until you see the “Click here to activate” link and tap it.
Step 7: Once tapped, you will be redirected to the iPASTORE app on your device which will now be activated and ready to use.
In addition to being able to install modified apps and experiences similar to what you can do with other third-party installer options, iPASTORE expands on that by offering the ability to sign your own IPAs, which obviously adds a whole new element to the experience for a lot of device owners.
(source: DinoZambas2 [YouTube])
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