ReProvision is the Cydia Impactor for iOS 12 and iOS 13

kuba - Tuesday, 12 November 2019
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ReProvision is the Cydia Impactor for iOS 12 and iOS 13

ReProvision is a simple and very useful jailbreak tool for iOS allowing you to automatically sign IPA files, and forget about revokes on your iPhone. Basically, it's a Cydia Impactor app for iOS 12 and iOS 13. Learn how to add ReProvision Repo to Cydia and use the app on your iDevice.

What is ReProvision?

ReProvision is a free jailbreak iPhone tool to sign IPA files. It doesn't require a developer account, and to run it you need to use an app-specific password to sign in to an app not provided by Apple. Install the app and forget about revokes on iOS.

The app features automatic re-signing of locally provisioned applications, saving of your Apple ID login details, installing of IPA files through Safari and other applications, and 3D Touch menu integration to manually re-sign from the Home screen.

ReProvision

Moreover, you can set how many days away from an application's expiration date a re-sign will occur, show debug and non-urgent alerts, and set how often checkers are made for if any apps or games are in need to re-signing. In the main window, you can check the list of all signed apps.

Install ReProvision Repo

You can easily download and install the app using the official ReProvision repo and Cydia on your jailbroken device. Go through our step-by-step guide and re-sign automatically apps, and forget what is revoke on your iPhone. You can also manage certificates from the app.

Install ReProvision from Cydia on iOS

Step 1. Open Cydia and navigate to the Sources tab.

Step 2. Tap Edit → Add and enter repo.incendo.ws (ReProvision repo) to Cydia.

Step 3. Search for "ReProvision" and install the Debian package from the added repo.

Step 4. Restart the Springboard, the app icon will appear on your home screen.

After proper installation, you will need to configure ReProvision to start signing third-party apps and games locally from IPA files. Follow the next steps to add an app-specific password from Apple.

Setup ReProvision app

Step 5. Login to appleid.apple.com.

Step 6. Click Generate Password... in the Security section.

Step 7. Add the label "MyApp" to the popup and click Create and copy the password.

Step 8. Open ReProvision from home screen.

Step 9. Provide your Apple ID and the generated password (on experimental version Apple ID password).

Sign IPA with ReProvision

Now your app is installed proper and ready to sign apps and games. You can download IPA files in Safari on your iOS device and send the files to open in ReProvision app. The signing process is really easy to do, like using Cydia Impactor.

Sign IPA with ReProvision

Step 1. Download IPA file in Safari or any other app.

Step 2. Click Open in "ReProvision".

Step 3. Click the Install button to sideload application.

Step 4. The app icon should appear on the iOS home screen.

Step 5. Go to Settings → General → Profiles and Device Management and trust your certificate.

Install max 3 apps using free certificate. Every 7 days after signing, you will have to connect your iPhone to your computer and repeat the install process, however, you do not have to delete the apps. Alternatively, use AppSync Unified to install unsigned IPA file on iOS.


ReProvision 0.4.5 is broken by a server-side change at Apple on 7 October 2019. The app will not sign IPA files. The developer released a fix to submitDevelopmentCSR error and update Xcode 7.3 or later to continue developing with your Apple ID.

ReProvision 0.5 was broken by a server-side change at Apple on 23 November 2019. updateCurrentTeamIDWithCompletionHandler: No Team ID present! This is *really* bad! Apps will be not signed if you don't update to the latest version.


Changelog

Version 0.5 experimental 8

  • Fixes issues in the login process, where correct login details were rejected
  • Usernames are automatically set to lowercase when logging in
  • Adds support to use Apple IDs that are not an email address

Version 0.5 experimental 5

  • Fixed signing issues recently introduced
  • Fixed background app signing on iOS 13

Version 0.5 experimental

  • provides a temporary workaround for the "Update to 7.3" issue.
  • Automatic background signing is not working on iOS 13
  • Dark mode is not supported on iOS 13

Version 0.4.5

  • Fix crash if the reprovisiond daemon cannot be contacted

Version 0.4.4

  • Fix crash on launch for users with UTF-8 characters in their name
  • Ensure that Chinese devices have network connectivity working as intended
  • misc bug fixes