Are you facing the problem with "Untrusted Enterprise Developer"? If yes, you are on the right page. The Untrusted Enterprise Developer error message happens when an app is downloaded from outside the iOS app store, usually sideloaded using Cydia Impactor or installed from other third-party sources. These are apps that do not pass Apple's inspection but, in spite of this, they are perfectly safe to use. Apple merely warns users that the certificate is not trusted and the app cannot be run until it is. Here we will show you how to trust "Untrusted Enterprise Developer" on iPhone or iPad.
How To Trust "Untrusted Enterprise Developer" :
The message "Untrusted Enterprise Developer" means that you need to tell Apple that the certificate is trustworthy before you can use the app signed by the certificate. Fixing the error of Untrusted Enterprise Developer is very easy, read on for more details.
Step1: Go to Settings > General > Profiles or Profiles & Device Management;
Step2: You will see the developer’s profile under the Enterprise App log. Click on “Trust” on the profile to establish trust for the developer.
Step3: Click to confirm your choice when prompted. Once you trust this profile, you can easily install other apps from the same developer without encountering any problems except until the certificate is revoked by Apple.
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