With iOS 16, Apple blocks the installs of tweaks and ++ apps — until you enable the Developer Mode.

To enable Developer Mode follow these steps:

  1. Open your iPhone's Settings app
  2. Go to Privacy & Security
  3. Scroll down to the Developer Mode item and navigate to it
  4. Turn on the “Developer Mode” toggle
  5. Confirm that you want to enable this feature

If you want to disable Developer Mode, you do so directly on the device: Go to Settings > Privacy & Security > Developer Mode to show the Developer Mode toggle switch > Turn off the “Developer Mode” toggle

Please note:  Unlike jailbreaking, sideloading (installing tweaks and ++ apps via builds.io) doesn't require any modifications to your iOS device. We audit apps & process security checks for all the upcoming apps before publishing. Using BuildStore to get apps doesn't impose any risk on your device or personal data.

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