On-device signing utility for iOS
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ReProvision

This project provides automatic re-provisioning of iOS and tvOS applications to avoid the 7-day expiration associated with free certificates, along with a macOS application to manually provision a given .ipa file.

Features

Provisioning is undertaken via the user's Apple ID credentials, and supports both paid and free development accounts. These credentials are stored in the user's Keychain for subsequent re-use, and are only sent to Apple's iTunes Connect API for authentication.

iOS

  • Automatic re-signing of locally provisioned applications.
  • Basic settings to configure alerts shown by the automatic re-signing.
  • Ability to install any .ipa file downloaded through Safari from the device.
  • Support for re-signing Apple Watch applications.
  • 3D Touch menu for starting a new re-signing routine directly from the Homescreen.

Battery optimisations are also in place through the usage of a background daemon to handle automatic signing.

Please note that only jailbroken devices are supported at this time. Follow issues/44 for progress regarding stock devices.

tvOS [TODO]

  • Automatic re-signing of locally provisioned applications.
  • Basic settings to configure alerts shown by the automatic re-signing.
  • Ability to install any .ipa file downloaded to the device.

macOS [TODO]

  • Ability to write a newly provisioned .ipa file to the filesystem, or install directly to the user's device

Pre-Requisites

For compiling the iOS project into a Debian archive, ldid2 and (currently) iOSOpenDev. I plan to integrate these two dependencies into this repository. These are now integrated into this repository under /bin.

CocoaPods is also utilised.

Building

To build this project, make sure to have the above pre-requisites installed.

  1. Clone the project; git clone https://github.com/Matchstic/ReProvision.git
  2. Update CocoaPods, by running pod install in the project's root directory.
  3. Open ReProvision.xcworkspace, and roll from there.

Third-Party Libraries

iOS

A third-party library notice can be found here.

License

Licensed under the AGPLv3 License.

If you re-distribute this package on a Cydia repository, be aware that I will not provide any support whatsoever for users of it on said repository.

Furthermore, ReProvision (and by extension, libProvision as found in /Shared/) IS NOT FOR PIRACY. It is intended to allow users to ensure applications signed with a free development certificate remain signed past the usual 7-day window.