AltServerPatcher, a modern day Cydia Impactor alternative to install IPA from Windows, goes live
Jailbreaking does bring you a countless opportunities to customise your iDevice. You can install tons of tweaks to enable the handset to do anything that it couldn’t have done otherwise. For example, it’s possible to get a watchOS-inspired charging screen on a jailbroken iPhone.
For iOS 13, checkra1n is what everyone uses. Despite not having A12 and A13 support, it could grab the attention of thousands of jailbreak community members within no time. And, we heard it might not take long to have a Windows version.
You know Apple devices are a part of their closed ecosystem. For the same reason, it is literally impossible to grab applications from third-party sources on a raw iPhone/iPad . In case you want to do that, you need Cydia Impactor.
With the help of Cydia Impactor, you can install third-party apps with Apple’s certificate. Owing to the expiry within seven days, one needs to re-certify once a week. Leaving this minor inconvenience aside, we do think the tool is a boon.
But what if you want something sophisticated? Something refined to suit your interests? Well, we did find a true Cydia Impactor alternative (AltServerPatcher) for Windows so that you can install IPA files like a walk in the park.
In short, it patches AltServer to install any IPA file from a web URL. So yeah, having the file only in the local storage won’t make any difference here. However, you do get presets for jailbreak utilities such as,
unc0ver Chimera Electra doubleh3lix doubleh3lix + sockport2 h3lix Phoenix etasonJB Home Depot (9.1-9.3.4) Home Depot (8.4.1) yalu102 yalu + mach_portal yaluX + extra_recipe ChimeraTV ElectraTV backr00m
Going by the words of the developer, you should turn off Windows Defender’s real-time protection so that you won’t face any issues trying to install third-party applications on iPhone/iPad.
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