Download SnapChat++ iPA for iOS 12 Without Jailbreak

With no doubt, Snapchat is one of the hottest social media app these days. With everyone going crazy about this app, its popularity has been increasing day in day out.

The following tips will help you install the latest version of Snapchat on your iPhone without necessarily having to jailbreak your is important to note that this Snapchat++ will effectively on iOS 9, 10, 11, and 12.

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How to install Snapchat++ without Jailbreak

The tutorial is going to explain how to install Snapchat++ using windows, however, the process is exactly similar to Linux or Mac operating systems as well. Since a “No computer needed” process is out yet, you’ll need a functioning computer and lightning or 30-pin connector before starting out this process.

  •  Remove the original Snapchat app on your device as it might conflict with Snapchapp++
  • Ensure that in your computer iTunes has been installed and if not so, download and install it.
  • Connect your iPhone to your computer and close iTunes if it is opened.
  • Download the latest .ipa file of Snapchat++ and also Cydia Impactor.
  • After the download is complete, extract the zip file on your computer and open Impactor. If you’re on windows 10, avoid opening the Impactor as Administrator.
  • Drag and drop the Snapchat++ .ipa files inside the Cydia Impactor.
  • Cydia Impactor will ask you to enter a valid Apple ID. Enter a valid ID and not necessarily your current one of use.
  • After signing in with the Apple ID, wait a couple of minutes for it to show up on your iPhone.
  • This is the last step of the process. Go to Settings > General > Profiles and there you have to trust your developer profile and you good to chat on your hacked app.

Also: How to use Cydia Impactor to sideload any .ipa file

In conclusion, previous experiences have confirmed that this process is a hundred percent safe, you’ll only be required to re-sign the Snapchat hack after a week since Apple doesn’t allow free certificates to sign in apps longer than a week.

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