Hey, guys! I don't know where to post my problem, so I'll try to write here.
First, yesterday I reported a faulty crack for SoundHound app here https://forum.iphone...by-user-hidden/
The cracker-admin said that the problem is on my side. I'm not sure about that. For example, SoundHound v8.9 (that been cracked earlier) works fine for me. SoundHound v8.9.1 (newly cracked) is not working - crashing at start. Exactly the same happens with every newly cracked app.
Second, the problem is: all newly cracked apps in the last few days (or a bit more) are not working on my iOS 10. No matter what cracker has done it, I tried every version by all crackers. I have iPad 4 (32 bit), iOS 10.3.3, h3lix semi-tethered jailbreak, AppSync Unified and AFC2 are installed. I never had any problems with any cracked apps from AppCake in the past, until now... It seems like the problem is in the new cracking software, that crackers are using last few days. Some incompatibility with 32 bit devices? =(
Third, I'm not really sure what means that new orange/green icons by the left side of download button - http://puu.sh/BQNcz.png. Green means it is okay for iOS11, and orange means it isn't okay for iOS10, am I right?
Fourth, I noticed that all newly cracked apps in the last few days are not containing files "iTunesArtwork" and "iTunesMetadata.plist", so the AppStore can't detect these apps like "installed". In other words, when I update such cracked app without iTunesMetadata.plist inside to the latest version, the AppStore saying that this app still need to be updated. When I install such app, the AppStore saying that this app not even installed. This is not the big deal, but it leads to mess with updates in future: It will be really hard to understand what apps are really need to be updated and what are updated already. For example, again, SoundHound v8.9 contains iTunesMetadata.plist and detected by AppStore like "installed". SoundHound v8.9.1 doesn't have iTunesMetadata.plist inside and AppStore showing it like "need to be updated".
Sorry for this long-read post. Thanks.