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GBox

GBox

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If you jailbreak your iOS device, you won’t have to worry about app revokes or signing IPA files. However, if you prefer a non-jailbroken environment, you can use GBox for iOS, which is a reliable on-device re-sign tool for iOS. This app allows you to install IPA files without needing a PC, making it a convenient option for users who want to sideload apps. The most recent GBox IPA update brings support for iOS 17, and the latest Beta releases of iOS 18.

Summary

  • There are a few releases of the GBox App for iOS; Gbox Regular, Gbox Enterprise, Gbox TrollStore, and GBoxInstallerX. All are available for download.
  • To sign IPA files with this tool it’s required to import a p12 certificate and mobileprovision file on your iDevice. Unlike Esign you can’t use your Apple ID and password to sign and install applications on your iPhone.
  • Depending on your iOS firmware installed a different version of GBox can be used. Gbox TrollStore can run and install apps without certificates, Gbox Regular supports iOS 17, and Gbox Enterprise can be sideloaded without a computer.
  • Support for IPA repositories gives you access to hundreds of apps and games that can be downloaded and installed on iOS. GBox supports also AltStore Sources.

Download GBox IPA

GBox was released as an IPA package that can be installed on iOS 17 and iOS 18, iPhone, and iPad through your favorite IPA signing tool. There is also a dedicated GBox TrollStore Edition with support for iOS 14 – iOS 15.4.1. This version can be installed without a PC using direct links. Recently, GBox TrollStore Edition was released with support for iOS 14 – iOS 16.6.1.


Overview

GBox (GBox Run) is a powerful on-device IPA signing tool that empowers iOS users to sideload jailbreak tools, apps, games, console emulators, and tweaked apps on their iPhone or iPad, without requiring a computer. With GBox Run for iOS, you can easily import your own signing certificates or purchase globally available ones to sign and install IPA files.

This tool works on both jailbroken and non-jailbroken devices. GBox is an alternative to Cydia Impactor that works directly on your iPhone, supporting iOS versions 10 through the latest iOS 17 release. Once GBox IPA for iOS is installed, the app will be available from your Home Screen, allowing you to install almost all IPA files, including those over 500 MB in size.

GBox eliminates the need to use a computer, making the IPA installation process more convenient and streamlined. Moreover, GBox can import your own IPA files from any app, or access sources with links to popular jailbreak tools like XinaA15, unc0ver, Odyssey, and various console emulators such as Delta, RetroArch, Happy Chick, DolphiniOS, PPSSPP, and iNDS.

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This feature provides an efficient way to manage and access your IPA files and jailbreak tools all in one location, eliminating the need to navigate through multiple sources or applications. The app also includes a list of popular iOS games, and all files are available for self-signing. However, it should be noted that without a purchased certificate, you won’t be able to install IPA files.

GBox for iOS

GBox for iOS enables users to easily create their sources, with download links to popular IPA files for quick and easy access. The app also includes a download manager that allows you to quickly download any IPA packages by providing a URL to the file and a web server useful for transferring IPA files between devices. GBox also works on iOS 15 XinaA15 and Palera1n.

What’s new

  • Added support for iOS 17.
  • Optimized certificate management module.
  • Added signature configuration.Removed the purchase entrance for redemption codes.
  • Added website source function (copy website link to add to software source).
  • Added file download function in the source.
  • Added intelligent background task mode switch.
  • Added function to repair enterprise certificates (for iOS 14.0-15.7.1 and 16.0-16.1.2).
  • Added permanent installation option and support for iOS 16.

Additionally, GBox supports Anti-Revoke tweaks, which allows you to install apps and games by disabling certificate revokes check on your jailbroken device, providing a secure experience.

By default, GBox installs a globally available enterprise certificate to sign IPA files. However, as these certificates are commonly used by pirated third-party App Stores, they are often revoked by Apple, making them impossible to use. Typically, these free certificates only work for a few days. Purchased certificates can last for a couple of weeks or months.

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GBox uses a p12 certificate and mobileprovision file to install IPA files on your iPhone. To ensure that the certificate is valid, GBox includes a certification management system, which is available through the Settings pane. To access this feature, you must install the UDID profile.

From the Cert Management page, you can view all installed certificates, check their current status, delete and export certificates, purchase working private certificates, and import and use your certificates to sign and install IPAs. This feature allows you to manage and maintain your certificates, ensuring that you can install and use IPA files with minimal interruption.

Recently, GBox has been integrated with Appdb.to, the largest and oldest IPA database. From now on, you can install apps with GBox certificates easily. Visit the website configuration page and select “Import from GBox”. GBox TS is now available, offering the ability to install IPA files permanently without revokes on iOS 14 through iOS 16.6.1. This version of GBox can be easily installed on your iPhone directly from Safari’s mobile browser. With this feature, you can enjoy your favorite apps and tweaks without worrying about them getting revoked.

Tip: Add the official Starfiles Community Repository with access to over 2500 apps, games, and premium apps for GBox: https://repo.starfiles.co/public?gbox

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If you’re looking for an alternative to GBox, ESign app is a great option. This IPA signing tool for iOS offers advanced features such as the ability to modify IPA files, inject dylibs, and remove restrictions. It’s a versatile tool that can help you to install any apps or games on your iPhone. Additionally, it’s user-friendly and easy to use, even for those who are not tech-savvy. ESign app is a great alternative for those who are looking for more advanced features than GBox.


How to install GBox IPA using Sideloadly

GBox iOS can be installed using direct weblinks (when not revoked), or by signing and sideloading the IPA file on your device with a proper tool. In the past, the GBox TestFlight link was available, making it much easier to install without a PC, but it’s not available anymore.

Step 1. Download GBox IPA for iOS from the link provided at the top of this page.

Step 2. Run Sideloadly application on your PC or Mac.

Step 3. Connect your iPhone or iPad to the computer via USB.

Step 4. Load the IPA file into the app to begin the installation process.

Step 5. Enter your Apple ID to sign the GBox IPA file.

Step 6. Click the “Start” button to begin sideloading the IPA file onto your device.

Step 7. When prompted, enter the password for your Apple ID.

Step 8. On your device, open the Settings app from the Home Screen.

Step 9. Navigate to “General” “VPN & Device Management”.

Step 10. Click on the developer app associated with your email.

Step 11. Tap “Trust” to allow the app to run.

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Buy a signing certificate for GBox

GBox for iOS offers an in-app store for users to purchase certificates to sign IPA files. One of the options available is the Fast Code, which is priced at $6.9. However, for those who want added protection, the Stable Code and VIP Code options may be more suitable.

The Stable Code is priced at $9.9 and includes a 30-day guarantee. If the certificate is revoked within this timeframe, users can request a new one for free. The VIP Code, priced at $21.9, offers the most comprehensive protection with a 180-day guarantee. If the certificate is revoked within this timeframe, users can also request a new one for free. iOS 16 is also supported.

All of the certificates purchased through GBox PUB are bound to the user’s device UDID and cannot be installed on other devices. It’s advisable to purchase the certificate from GBox Pub for the on-device signing tool and import the certificate to the app.

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How to sign IPA with GBox App Installer

Installing IPA files on your device using GBox is a simple process, but it does require some preparation. Follow these steps to install the UDID profile, manage signing certificates, and install IPA packages. Remember first to import or purchase a working certificate.

  1. Open GBox for iOS from the Home Screen and switch to the Settings tab.
  2. Install the new UDID profile when prompted.
  3. Go to the device’s Settings app.
  4. Navigate to General → VPN & Device Management.
  5. Trust the newly installed UDID profile.
  6. Return to GBox and open the Files tab.
  7. Import the IPA file you wish to sign and install.
  8. Tap on the file and select the option to “Sign” it.
  9. After the file is signed, tap “Install Signed App” to complete the installation.
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Kuba has over 20 years of experience in journalism, focusing on jailbreak since 2012. He has interviewed professionals from various companies. Besides journalism, Kuba specializes in video editing and drone flying. He studied IT at university before his writing career.

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