ReProvision – How To Download and Install Cydia Extender Alternative for 32-bit/64-bit devices
A new Cydia extender that is rising up is named as ReProvision Cydia Extender which claims to be a great alternative to Cydia Extender. This Cydia Extender Alternative will be running on iOS 9 and above devices.
In this guide, We will show you how you can download and install it for your on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
So what is Repreovision?
ReProvision is a Cydia Extender alternative for 32-bit and 64-bit Apple devices. It is developed by the eminent developer Matt Clarke and designed by Alessandro Chiarlitti.
With the use of Reprovision, you can easily not only resigning jailbreak tools but also use it to sign any IPA files to your Apple devices. You can also sign in apps that will Expire soon.
Features of ReProvision:
- 32-bit/64-bit support
- Reactive signing
- Modern user interface
- Efficient background app signing
- In-app error handling and troubleshooting
Here are some extra features of ReProvision than Extender:
Fully open source
Highly efficient battery usage for background signing
Easier error handling and troubleshooting of issues
ReProvision supports iOS 9.0 and above firmware versions; that is, the compatibility is dependent on the jailbreak you are running. Remember, you don’t need to install it alongside a fully untethered jailbreak like Pangu.
Here are the Compatible devices:
- iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (32-bit or 64-bit)
- iOS 9, 10 or 11 firmware
How to Download and Install ReProvision for your Apple Devices:
Step 1 Open Cydia and go to the Sources tab.
Step 2 Tap Edit > Add and enter the address of Matt’s repository – repo.incendo.ws.
Step 3 Go to the search tab, search for “ReProvision” and install the Debian package from the official source.
Step 4 Once you install the app and restart the Springboard, the app will appear on your home screen.
Here is How You Install ( Step By Step )
Once you install the app, you must set the app up properly before you start signing third-party apps and games locally.
Step 1 Launch ReProvision app by tapping its icon.
Step 2 It will now prompt you to sign in to your Apple ID, that is, the account you usually use with Cydia Impactor. Enter your email ID in the Apple ID field and your password in the Password field. You can use a “burner” account if you are paranoid about your details ending up on the deep web.
Step 3 Once you enter your credentials, tap Confirm and let it verify your certificates. This will take a few seconds as it connects and sends your details to Apple’s signing servers.
Step 4 Since your device already has existing certificates, you must remove them to start afresh. Slide right to left on the first “Device: Unknown” certificate and tap Delete to delete this certificate.
Step 5 ReProvision will now remove your certificates, so let it do its thing. Once your certificates are removed, you will finally get to this screen. The utility will segment your apps into three sections, namely –
- Expiring Soon – This section displays the apps that are nearing their expiry period. If all your apps are signed and are a couple of days away from their expiry, this section will be empty.
- Recently Signed – This section displays the apps that are signed recently
- Other Applications – This section displays the apps that are not expiring anytime soon and weren’t signed recently.
- Step 6 Select any app from any of the aforementioned sections. ReProvision will now display its version, size together with its exact expiry date and time. I will use the Electra jailbreak app for demonstration purposes.You can, however, sign any app, whether or not it is a jailbreak app. ReProvision fully supports all third-party IPA files and non-App Store apps.
- Step 7 Tap ADD to sign the app. The tool will now go back to the main screen and display the signing progress in the percentage format.
- Step 8 Wait for the signing to get over. ReProvision will now send you a notification indicating that the app is signed successfully.
- Step 9 Tap on the app you signed and check its details. Make sure that it’s signed properly and its expiry period is correct.
You might get errors while doing out the whole process and to be on the safe side you must know how to troubleshoot to know what error you are facing.
Go to the Troubleshooting section by tapping the “search” icon and Tap Manage Certificates and delete your existing certificates by tapping the Delete button. Alternatively, you can tap Revoke All Certificates to quickly remove all existing certificates.
Revoking certificates will fix the “submitDevelopmentCSR” error. The troubleshooting section also contains instructions for fixing other signing errors and glitches. You can access them by scrolling down the screen.
If you want to get your Tweaks to a next level then you must do the settings below in order to achieve the perfect settings.
Step 1: Go to the Settings section by tapping the “gear” icon.
Step 2: You can log out of your current Apple ID account by tapping Sign Out and sign with another account.
Step 3: Toggle on Automatically Re-Sign if it’s not enabled already. This option will ensure each app that is signed will get renewed before it expires. Set the Re-sign Applications When: option to “2 Days Left” to automatically resign apps when they are 48 hours away from expiry.
Step 4: Toggle on Show Non-Urgent Alerts to stay on top of your signing shenanigans. If you are not a developer, disable Show Debug Alerts.
Step 5: Tap Advanced to access the advanced preferences section. You will now want to enable Re-sign in Low Power Mode to ensure that your apps are signed even in when your device is in low power mode.
Step 6: Set Check Expiry Times: setting to “Every 2 Hours”. The utility will now carry out expiry time checks every two hours. Though expiry is not an issue with this tweak, I recommend keeping your apps signed at all times.
So, this is pretty much it that you need to follow to Download and Install and configure your ReProvision on your iOS devices.