Here’s how to install ReProvision to sign Unc0ver iOS 13.5 jailbreak right on the device. No computer required for this to work.

You don’t need to be the biggest and most prolific jailbreaker on the planet to know that there was a recently released jailbreak for iOS 13.5 across all devices. That means that there are tons of people jailbreaking now that normally might not. And they might want to check this guide out to avoid the problem of their jailbreak not working after a restart or once 7-day signing limit of the certificate is over.

The issue is that Unc0ver jailbreak app IPA is sideloaded using free non-dev Apple IDs which only make them last 7 days after which the certificate expires, needing it to be resigned by connecting to the computer again and re-running the jailbreak process – unless they can use an app called ReProvision which let them resign the app right on the device itself without needing any computer.

ReProvision allows users to sign apps right from their device, allowing them to run properly. And that’s exactly what we need here. So, let’s get started with detailed instructions in the video below.

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  1. Make sure that your device is already jailbroken and is also in jailbreak mode.
  2. Once done, open Cydia and tap “Sources”.
  3. Tap “Edit” followed by “Add”.
  4. Enter the source “repo.incendo.ws” and complete the process.
  5. Once the repo is added, search for “ReProvision” and install it.
  6. Tap “Restart Springboard” when prompted.
  7. Open Safari and visit the unc0ver.dev website and tap “Download version 5.0.x”.
  8. Tap “Download” to confirm.
  9. Once the download completes, open the downloaded app in the ReProvision app right from the iOS Share Sheet menu as shown in the video above.
  10. Sign in using your Apple ID and password when prompted by ReProvision.

That’s everything. Your unc0ver will no longer need to be re-signed using a computer and you won’t be left without your jailbreak as a result. Just make sure you do this every 5 to 6 days and while in jailbroken mode before the 7-day limit is over. Enjoy your jailbreak!

If you haven’t jailbroken yet, check out our video tutorial below on how to jailbreak iOS 13.5 on your iPhone or iPad.

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