I do not know how to convert the zip file to an ipa file so I can drag it into cydia impactor
When you open this guide:
You can see a download button at the beginning when you click it you will download an .ipa file, so there’s no need to convert zip to ipa
I am in great need of this on my IPad. Love this! My eyes have been hurting as well as other family members and we are glad to find it. Thank you so much. I am having an issue with an error Peer certificate can not be authenticated. Are you familiar with this one? http-win.cpp; line: 182 . I will try and research some more, just did not know if you get me there faster.
Thanks so much,
Can you try entering the impactor menu and clicking SSL Insecure
This should help 🙂
Hi! First of all, I really like the app. Very convenient and helpful. Good job!
Second of all, I got an error like shown in the “This happens when Apple Developer certificate is expired and you need to contact the developer” heading. I’ve tried deleting and revoking the ID with Cydia and it worked (the certificate’s gone). But then, I still get the same error message whenever I try to reinstall the app.
Glad you’re enjoying the app and sorry for the inconvenience
That seems to be a recurring problem with Apple devices, perhaps try to contact Apple support to verify your certificate on their end so you don’t get the message anymore
Keep us updated 🙂
Customer Communications Manager and Lead Marketing Specialist
Iris Technologies Ltd.
I’m getting the “failed to verify code signature….” error. Your note above says “This happens when Apple Developer certificate is expired and you need to contact the developer”, but I’m not sure what this means. Who is the Apple Developer and why do I need to contact them? Is there a way to get around this error so I can install IRIS?
This is an issue with the Apple product. Try writing to their support staff or reinstalling the program
Keep us updated 🙂
I have tried to install the Impactor program for my Ipad mini but even after following the troubleshooting video and deleting the requirement for a developer, I keep getting the following:
The Network Extensions feature is only available to users enrolled in the Apple Developer Program.
Then it says to enroll in the program. But I don’t want to be a developer. So how do I get around this error?
Thank you. Susan Artz
Can you try downloading the Impactor on your PC and try installing Iris through the computer on your iPad?
Follow this article for instructions:
I downloaded it onto my iphone, and allowed the phone to trust it. However, when I open Iris, it opens for 1 second then closes. Do you know what I can do to fix this? Thank you!
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