Greetings, I apologize for asking this question despite the fact that it has been answered multiple times. However, I still can't wrap my head around it.
I have a jailbroken iPhone 6 on 11.1 with Electra 1.0.4, AppCake, and AppSync Unified.
I have downloaded the following apps on AppCake:
- Infuse Pro 5
- Simple Transfer Pro
- CamScanner Pro
None of them could be installed for the same reason: support for 32-bit apps is not available on iOS 11.
What exactly does this mean? Aren't all of the aforementioned applications 64-bit, since they're still available and downloadable on the App Store? Does it mean that the cracked IPA files on AppCake are 32-bit, whereas the official apps located on the App Store are 64-bit?
Initially, I thought that AppCake was at fault, but I soon realized I was wrong when I tried installing those apps through other means (Filza, Appinst, and 3uTools). Cydia Impactor allows me to install all three of them (IPA files acquired from iphonecake.com). However, while Simple Transfer Pro and CamScanner Pro work flawlessly, Infuse Pro 5 crashes immediately upon launch. And even if it didn't crash, Cydia Impactor isn't a plausible substitution due to its 3 app limit.
I also noticed that an administrator posted a solution:
iOS11+ with Appsync and crashing apps after install
users have been complaining that Appsync Unified(6.1/9.0) are not working when used with Electra JB.
Appsync works 100% fine, the crash is another issue that is a signing problem with current crack tools.
As of March 2, 2018 any of my cracked apps uploaded to Appcake will be marked with "(ok11)"
work and do not crash when loaded to device.
should there be any previous apps that crash on iOS11 please post in this thread and i will try and update the app.
Does the quoted post refer to the same conflict that I have discussed on this thread or is it an entirely different issue? If it does relate to my problem, does it mean that an iOS 11 compatible IPA for Infuse Pro 5 can be cracked and uploaded to AppCake/iPhoneCake?
So, to summarize: I'd like to know if it's possible to install Infuse Pro 5 for free.
I apologize once again for my lack of knowledge on the subject. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
To whom it may concern: I fixed all my issues by reinstalling Electra (with SemiRestore11-Lite and Delectra), and installing these packages in the following order:
- Substitute 0.0.6
- Tweak Injector 1.0.6
- Substrate Compatibility Layer
- AppSync Unified
Now I can even install Simple Transfer Pro, CamScanner Pro, XtremePlayer Pro, and other apps!