Here’s how to download and install Gearsystem IPA of Sega Emulator on iOS 10 or iOS 11 iPhone. No jailbreak is required for this to work.

Yes, this is yet another emulation package for your iOS device, but rather than being Nintendo-based, this one allows those wonderful iconic Sega games to be played directly on your Apple hardware. This was previously available as an installable jailbreak tweak through Cydia, but has now been released as its own sideloadable app for immediate use.

Step 1: Before you can get into the important process of installing the Gearsystem emulator onto your iOS device, you are going to need to be in possession of that sideloadable IPA file. You don’t need to go through intricate download processes or scour the web to get it. In fact, you can download it from here.

Step 2: With that IPA file in your possession, it’s now time to think about actually getting it onto the device as an installed app. You don’t need to have the App Store or Cydia platform in place for this to happen, but there are a couple of methods for sideloading depending on your personal preference and device being used:

Step 3: Once sideloaded, it’s time to actually tell iOS that you trust this app so that the operating system can run it without any errors or crashing. To do this, launch the iOS Settings app and navigate to General > Profile & Device Management. On some iOS devices, this may have a slightly different name.

Step 4: Select the profile assigned to the Gearsystem installation. You will notice that there is a Trust button in the middle of the display. When the confirmation alert appears, select the Trust button again.

Step 5: Exit out the Settings app and locate the app on your device’s Home screen. Because we have now trusted the profile and installed certificate, it should now launch as any other app does.

Enjoy Sega games on your phone!

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