If you are one of our regular readers then you must be aware about our recently covered topic i.e. install vShare on iOS 9 & 10 without jailbreak, even though many of you were able to install it without any issue but we found out that few of you were facing vShare crash issues during installation/launch.
So in an attempt to help you out, I decided to create a helpful and easy to follow tutorial, which would be appropriate for beginners and easily consumable about how to install vShare without crash or other problems.
Why vShare Crash Even After Successful Installation?
Before I share with you the methods to install vShare without problems, I would like to brief you about why vShare crash even after it has been successfully installed on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 9 or above.
To understand the reason behind frequent vShare crashes, you must need to know that how vShare actually works.
How vShare Works?
vShare works similar to the original Apple App Store but make use of enterprise certificates, shortly expiring certificates, and other 3rd party certificates in an attempt to allow you to install all the apps for free. These certificates are usually issued by Apple itself to the companies so that their employees can install their personalized app without uploading it to the official Apple App Store.
These certificates are required every time you launch an app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Even if that app was downloaded from the iTunes App Store.
So in reality, vShare misuse those certificates in an attempt to allow you to unofficially download, install and run the apps on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Whenever Apple find out that their issued certificates are being misused by vShare then it blacklists or blocks them, which in turn crashes the app you were trying to install or launch on your iDevice. Not only the downloaded apps are crashed, but even the vShare app itself crash during launch.
In an attempt to fix this frequent vShare crash issue, the people or developers working behind vShare have to repetitively find working certificates to allow their users to unofficially download, install, and run the apps on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
As you are now aware about the workings and background of the vShare App Store, please head over to the next section where I am going to share with you the methods and procedures that you can follow to fix and install vShare without crash on iOS 10.
How To Install vShare Without Problems On iOS 10
There could be various possible ways to fix vShare crash issues and install vShare without crash on iOS 10 or above. But below we have outlined two working methods that should help you in resolving the crashing issue you are experiencing during/after the installation of vShare on your iOS 9 device.
- Method #01 – Uninstall And Reinstall vShare To Fix Crash Issue [Easy Fix]
- Method #02 – Fix Untrusted Enterprise/App Developer Issue
Let us begin with the procedures for each of the above-mentioned methods.
NOTE: It is highly recommended that you follow each method one by one, and at the same time try to install/launch vShare to check whether the error/crashing issue has been rectified or not.
Method #01 – Uninstall And Reinstall vShare To Fix Crash Issue [Easy Fix]
This first method i.e. method #01 is intended for those users who are experiencing frequent crashes while trying to install/launch vShare, or trying to open apps downloaded via vShare.
Following the steps given below should fix the frequent vShare crash issue on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch running iOS 9 or above.
Step #01 – First, to uninstall vShare from your iDevice, unlock your iOS device.
Step #02 – On the Home Screen/Spring Board, search/find the app named vShare.
Step #03 – Tap and hold the vShare app icon for about a second or two, and you will notice that all the icons has started to shake.
Apart from shaking, you will notice that there’s a cross icon (delete icon) on the upper-right corner of every app icon.
Step #04 – Tapping on that cross icon will uninstall the vShare app from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Step #05 – Once the vShare app has been removed from your iOS device successfully, now you can head over to our tutorial about how to install vShare on iOS 9 without jailbreak, where we have a detailed step-by-step guide about vShare installation process.
If you are searching for a reason behind the vShare crashing issue then I will suggest you to read the section above about, “How vShare Works” (in case you skipped that part), where I have explained the working of vShare app in detail.
Method #02 – Fix Untrusted Enterprise/App Developer Issue
This method i.e. method #02 is for those who are experiencing untrusted enterprise developer error or untrusted app developer issue.
The step-by-step guide outlined below will help you in fixing the untrusted enterprise/app developer issue, allowing you to get past the error message and successfully launch the vShare app and access the unofficial app store on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 9 or above.
- Step #01 – Tap on the vShare app so that you see an error message similar to, “Untrusted Enterprise Developer” or “Untrusted App Developer” or any other similar message on your screen, which asks you to trust the mentioned developer on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. At this point, what you have to do is, either memorize (if you have a good memory :P) or note down the developer name because we are going to need it later.
- Step #02 – Once you have noted/memorized the name, simply tap on the “Cancel” button.
- Step #03 – Go to the Home Screen/Spring Board.
- Step #04 – Launch the “Settings” app.
- Step #05 – Tap on the “General” option.
- Step #06 – Tap on the “Profiles”.
- Step #07 – Once you are in Profiles section, search for the developer profile you noted/memorized earlier in step #01.
- Step #08 – When you have found the required profile, tap on the “Trust” button to trust that developer profile and allow it to install apps on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
- Step #09 – Now head back to the Home Screen/Spring Board and tap on the vShare app. If you have followed all the steps mentioned above then vShare app should launch without crashing or showing any popup message.
Congratulations! You can now head over to the vShare app store to download and install any app you want. 😉
And how was that
We all are well aware about the fact that vShare is one of the best app to download free apps on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch regardless of the iOS variant your iDevice is running on and that too without much trouble and difficulty.
Don’t forget to share you experience with vShare and let us know which of the two methods mentioned in this article helped you in solving the vShare crash issues you were facing on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. 🙂