At one time, we used to be able to install any jailbreak or any external third-party app directly to our iOS devices but those days seem to be gone. Now, we either use an app installer or Cydia Impactor to install them and one of the most popular of those app installers is called TutuApp VIP. The reason we do it this way is because the apps we are installing are not signed by Apple and, as such, some other app has to do it so we can use them.
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Apple verifies all app certificates and when it comes across that it didn’t sign, the certificates are being revoked. For some apps, this happens every week, making the app unusable until it is reinstalled. This also happens with the modified ++ apps that we use, such as Spotify++, Snapchat++, Pokémon Go++ and so many others. Now we have a lifeline in the form of NessTool, specifically for those apps installed through TutuApp VIP.
NessTool [ext link] only works on TutuApp VIP apps; essentially, the tool installs a VPN onto your iPhone or iPad. You will need to give the tool permission to install the VPN configuration onto your device; if you don’t do this, NessTool cannot work. Once you have installed it, it will sink into the background, continually working to block any attempts by Apple to verify the certificates for your apps and that leads to the certificate revocation being blocked as well.
NessTool does not interfere in any way with anything on your device and uses little in the way of resources so you don’t need to worry about it taking up all your space or memory and slowing things down. It is important to realize that NessTool will only work to protect those apps that that have already been installed on your device at the time you install NessTool but updating the app to provide support is not difficult
When you install TutuApp VIP, it is important to make use of NessTool to stop the app certificates from being revoked. A few minutes of your time now will save you hours of work later when you have to keep on reactivating your apps every week.
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