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Impactor - Provision.cpp:81 - I have created Dev Acct
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I am having real issue with the Developer Acct.  Looks like Ignition signing down again.

So I tried to side load using impactor but getting the provision.cpp:81 error message and then stated I need an Apple developer acct.. I created a new acct, signed into Apple Developer and all looked ok.

So why do I still get the error message, can't get passed it to load JB.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I have now managed to JB using Tweakbox,  But would still like to know if other have issue with Impactor and side loading with Developer Acct.

Maybe I'm doing something wrong.  Anyone provide steps with URL's so that I can confirm my process.

1. Create gmail acct.
2. Create Apple Acct.   https://appleid.apple.com 
3. Enrol in developer program https://developer.apple.com
 
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#2
I kinda thought this would be an active forum, guess not.

Still having issue with Apple Dev acct, anyone else have this issue?
 
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#3
If you have more than (2 or 3 I don’t remember) apps on your iOS device that were side loaded using impactor, you need to delete them. If you have Xcode, revoke all your certificates.
 
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(08-09-2019, 06:16 PM)JBL1503 Wrote: I kinda thought this would be an active forum, guess not.

Still having issue with Apple Dev acct, anyone else have this issue?

Well, aside from posting your own problem, you don't seem very active in helping others on the forum either, so I don't know what you expect. Anyways, make sure you have the latest Impactor, make sure you have the correct IPA, and make sure you post a screenshot of the error you get, rather than your Developer portal.
 
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(08-09-2019, 10:22 PM)Chr0nicT Wrote: If you have more than (2 or 3 I don’t remember) apps on your iOS device that were side loaded using impactor, you need to delete them. If you have Xcode, revoke all your certificates.

Correct for the Free developer accounts. There is also a 10 signings limit per week on those.
Paid developer accounts don't have these limits.

Also outdated Cydia Impactors seem to produce that error at times.
 
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(08-10-2019, 03:44 PM)GeoSn0w Wrote:
(08-09-2019, 10:22 PM)Chr0nicT Wrote: If you have more than (2 or 3 I don’t remember) apps on your iOS device that were side loaded using impactor, you need to delete them. If you have Xcode, revoke all your certificates.

Correct for the Free developer accounts. There is also a 10 signings limit per week on those.
Paid developer accounts don't have these limits.

Also outdated Cydia Impactors seem to produce that error at times.

Yeah, just wasn’t sure if he meant he enrolled in the developer program, or just signed up with a developer account.
 
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(08-14-2019, 04:47 AM)Chr0nicT Wrote:
(08-10-2019, 03:44 PM)GeoSn0w Wrote:
(08-09-2019, 10:22 PM)Chr0nicT Wrote: If you have more than (2 or 3 I don’t remember) apps on your iOS device that were side loaded using impactor, you need to delete them. If you have Xcode, revoke all your certificates.

Correct for the Free developer accounts. There is also a 10 signings limit per week on those.
Paid developer accounts don't have these limits.

Also outdated Cydia Impactors seem to produce that error at times.

Yeah, just wasn’t sure if he meant he enrolled in the developer program, or just signed up with a developer account.

Yeah, also, if they have 2FA activated, they will need to generate an App Password to use with Cydia Impactor otherwise the account won't work.
 
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