iFile for iOS 9 and 9.1 on iPhone Without Using Jailbreak

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By default, Apple don’t allow iPhone users to access the iOS 9 file system for customization or any other purposes and you need to have a jailbroken device in order to do so with tweaks like iFile. Luckily, iFile for iOS 9 can be now installed on iPhone 6S, 5, 4S without need of jailbreaking iDevice running on iOS 9 or iOS 9.1. This is great news because iOS 9.0.2 jailbreak is available and users on that iOS version would have no issue with downloading iFile from Cydia but all other iPhone owners who have recently updated to iOS 9.1 were worrying about iFile tweak.

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Download iFile for iOS 9 on iPhone with No Jailbreak

Thankfully, we have not got iFile supporting iOS 9.1 and that too without need of jailbreak. So rejoice and follow the tutorial to get iFile installed on your supported iDevice running on iOS 9 or later up to iOS 9.1.

  • Open Safari browser on your iPhone.
  • Type openappmkt.com there and visit it.
  • Once page is loaded, install OpenAppMkt from there.
  • Search for iFile after that and proceed with its installation.

Alternatively, you can use iNoCydia to install iFile without need of jailbreak on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Apart from that, if you are still facing issues, follow this method:

  • Launch Safari.
  • Visit this URL: pgyer.com/ATAy
  • Once it is loaded, tap on Install App to start iFile installation.

When you have iFile installed on your iDevice, you can compress files, uncompress them, delete or cut and paste them etc just like with freedom Android users enjoy. So next time someone makes joke on your iPhone regarding the limitations, just install iFile on your iPhone to unleash its power.

With iFile, you can add ringtones, videos, install iPA files and much more on your iPhone 6S Plus, 6S, 6 Plus, 6, 5S, 5, 4S, iPad Air 3, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, iPad Mini 2 and iPod Touch running on iOS 9 or iOS 9.1.

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