Here’s how you can get FilzaJailed IPA download on iOS 11. It lets you install Filza with full root access and without jailbreak thanks to Ian Beer’s exploit.

As you may have ascertained from the app’s name, FilzaJailed is essentially an iOS file system explorer app which is built with the added benefit that it offers full root access without the need for the device to be jailbroken.

It’s worth mentioning that it is probably only advisable to install this app and be able to have access to the file system if you are an advanced user who actually knows what you are doing. So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at how to get the FilzaJailed IPA on your non-jailbroken iPhone running iOS 11.0-11.1.2. This won’t work on iOS 11.2-11.2.1 due to simple fact that Ian Beer’s exploit works on pre-iOS 11.1.2 firmware.

Step 1: Some iOS device owners will be extremely proficient when it comes to downloading and sideloading IPA files onto their devices, Others, not so much. Firstly, it’s not actually possible to get an IPA file loaded onto iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch if you aren’t physically in possession of that file. Thankfully, you don’t need to go rooting through the archives of the Internet for this and can grab the IPA file for FilzaJailed directly from here.

Step 2: With the FilzaJailed IPA file in your possession, we now need to move onto actually getting the app installed/sideloaded onto the iOS device of choice. This is the most complex part of the process but is still relatively easy as it simply involves using tried and tested methods of installation. The process also caters to Mac and PC owners using either Xcode 7 or higher or the latest version of Cydia Impactor. You can choose your desired route from below and then jump back into here to complete the process:

Step 3: You should now have the FilzaJailed app installed on your device. However, as good and as enticing as it looks sitting there, it won’t actually launch. This is because it’s installed from an unknown source meaning that the iOS system doesn’t trust it. To fix this, launch the native Settings app on the device and navigate to General > Profile(s) & Device Management. This could also be listed under simply General > Device Management on some devices.

Step 4: Locate the profile which has been assigned to the FilzaJailed installation and tap on it to select. Tap on the Trust button in the middle of the profile. When the resulting alert pops up, tap on Trust again. This is all that iOS needs to know that this is a trusted app that is allowed to be invoked.

Step 5: Now exit Settings, head to where the app is installed and tap on the icon to launch it just like you would with any other app.

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