A week ago I've shown you how to use the AntiRevoke to stop Apple from revoking the certificate of the ++ Apps like Snapchat++, WhatsApp++ and so on, the method pretty much ensures that you can use the app for as much as you want without being afraid of Apple revoking it.
Some people had issues with getting AntiRevoke to work, especially to Enable itself, and most of the problems were outside the U.S.
An update has been pushed by the developer of the AntiRevoke that should finally fix that matter and let you enable the profile.
The idea behind it is very simple, as simple as I am puzzled how nobody thought about it until now. Using a VPN profile, they block / redirect the server Apple uses to communicate with the device about the status of the certificate an App uses. Since the app can't communicate anymore with that server, the app will never know whether it has been blocked or not.
A little side-note here, you can't use this method with Cydia Impactor deployed IPAs. It only works with Enterprise Certificates, so pretty much everything you download from third-party app stores like App Valley or Tweak Box.
If you still have problems with enabling AntiRevoke, please drop me a line and I will contact the developer to let him know.
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