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After Jailbreaking iPhone 5s I can't download Apps from AppStore

I recently Jailbroke my IPhone 5s (8.1.2) I wanted to download an App from the App Store but it just kept loading and it didn't download the app...

Can anyone please help me :)

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I recently Jailbroke my IPhone 5s (8.1.2) I wanted to download an App from the App Store but it just kept loading and it didn't download the app...

Can anyone please help me :)

 

Did you try this?

http://www.jailbreakqa.com/questions/304432/after-ios-81-jb-cannot-connect-to-app-store

 

 

(not that I approve of jailbreaking)

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restart the phone or download apps from appcake

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jokes aside have you tried installing something outside the store? If it doesn't work you may have messed up the phone

Don't ask to ask, just ask... please 🤨

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I'm assuming you installed appsync and one of those third party appstores. Go to settings in the third party AppStore and turn on remove iTunes metadata.

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