Jailbreakers the world over know what iFile is and many thousands have downloaded it via Cydia. Unfortunately, jailbreaks are becoming a little thin on the ground these days and that means many users are missing out on the power of iFile. Luckily, there is another way to get iFile onto your iPhone or iPad without having to download Cydia first and, later, we will give you the download links and a full guide on how to do it.
Image : Download iFile App
About iFile ?
First, for those not aware of the app, iFile is an incredibly useful file manager app, one that allows you to access the file system on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Not only do you get to access these files, you also get to manage them and customize them. iFile gives you a fast way of navigating your file system, allowing you to view multiple file types, such as :
- Microsoft Works files
- Apple iWorks files
- Web archives
Image : iFile App
You can manage your files in several different ways, including :
- Renaming, moving, copying and pasting
- Editing, both property lists and text files, including configuration files
- Installing .deb packages
- Packing and unpacking compressed files
- Importing media to your iPod library
Image : iFile Interface
You can also use a number of methods to move files on and off your iOS device, such as Bluetooth, Dropbox, Toshiba FlashAir cards, FTP accounts, email, and even using the built-in web server in iFile.
As you can see, iFile is one of the most useful apps of all time, giving us access to things that Apple simply won’t give us. If you have never tried iFile before and you have updated your iOS device beyond being able to jailbreak, then follow our tutorials to get iFile onto your device without a jailbreak.
How to Download iFile App :
There are multiple methods to download iFile File Manager on your iOS device. To download iFile without a jailbreak, you will need to use another tool called Cydia Impactor and the .ipa file for iFile. You will also need a valid Apple ID and you can find all the information you need, including download links for Cydia Impactor and the iFile .ipa, in the articles below :
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Fix iFile Not Working Issue:
Because Apple doesn’t let iFile into their iOS app store, because they don’t let it through their stringent guidelines, they also won’t sign the app certificate that allows it to run. This is done by Cydia Impactor and, when Apple verifies the current app certificates, they will revoke the iFile certificate as not being valid, causing it to crash. The only way you can stop this from happening is to install a tool that will protect the certificate and stop Apple revoking it. That tool is called Anti Revoke so click the link below for more details and a download guide:
- Download Anti Revoke [ext link]
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