If you used to own a jailbroken iPhone, chances that you have probably heard of the cydia tool named iCleaner Pro. Basically, iCleaner Pro allows you to easily remove junk files and free up space on your iOS device. However, if you are now using a new iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, jailbreaking may not be a smart move, as it can put you at risk of security and data theft.
If you are struggling to look for a method that allows you to clear junk files and free up your space without jailbreak, you have come to the right place. In reality, there is a way that allows you to install iCleaner Pro on your iPhone and iPad without jailbreak and we will cover it below
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install iCleaner Pro on iPhone and iPad without jailbreak.
Note that the below-mentioned step-by-step guide is aimed at professional users, so make sure that you follow along
Steps to install iCleaner Pro on iPhone and iPad without jailbreak
Step one: First and foremost, you have to download the iCleaner Pro file here on your iPhone and iPad running iOS 10
Step two: Next up, you are now supposed to use Xcode to install iCleaner Pro on your device
- Head to Apple’s developer website, login with your developer account and download Xcode 8.2 beta 2 on your Mac. Once you are done, launch Xcode and complete the installation process
- Click on it in the Menu bar, then go to Preferences. You now need to agree to the terms and conditions. Once it is done, enter the administrator password and select the “+” button and choose “Add Apple ID…”
- Login with your Apple ID. Once you are done, you need to download and launch the Objective C by entering the following command in Terminal: sudo gem install cocoapods; git clone https://bitbucket.org/rileytestut/icleaner pro.git; cd icleaner pro; pod install
Once iCleaner Pro has been installed on your device, go to Settings > Genera > Profile & Device Management > Developer Name and tap on Trust
Steps to remove junk files and free up storage with iCleaner Pro
Step one: Open iCleaner Pro on your iPhone and iPad and check the box next to Allow temporary files cleanup option
Step two: Next up, tap on Confirm. Once you are done, tap on Start Cleaning and select Continue from the Fast Mode popup
Step three: Let the process begin and once it is done, check out how much space you now have on your iPhone or iPad.
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