MovieBox is now available to download and use on iPhones and iPads running iOS 10, 10.2.1, and even iOS 10.3. For those who don’t know, MovieBox is one of those advanced app, popular as a portal to providing users with free access to a slew of movies and TV shows on an installed iPhone or iPad.
Great news here is that for those who want to access to this type of functionality, but don’t want to go through the process of jailbreaking their iPhone or iPad. MovieBox app works on iOS 10 versions for which there’s no jailbreak available after Apple patched the vulnerabilities in iOS 9.1, still supportive. The latest version of MovieBox is available to download via vShare, and can be installed to an iPhone or iPad via the usual methods that saw previous versions of the streaming app so many times.
New to the world of MovieBox, then you need to be aware that accessing and installing the app isn’t quite as simple as performing a search in Apple’s iOS App Store and hitting the “Install” button. In fact it simply won’t allow it on Apple Store due to a number of guidelines that it contravenes, while the installation of MovieBox process can be a little confusing and laden to those users who aren’t used to installing certificates onto a device to get software of this nature pass Apple’s security mechanisms.
That should allow the app to run smoothly on iOS 10 and above.
Where you may encounter a little issue when trying to install and run MovieBox app on iOS 10. Even though if the world of Enterprise Profiles is entirely new to you, Apple doesn’t really want iOS device owners running apps like MovieBox or Bobby Movie Box onto their devices. Honestly, to that end, iOS 10 users could potentially see a message starting that the app is offered by an “Untrusted Enterprise Developer“. This is essentially iOS saying that this installation currently comes from an unknown resource and that it isn’t happy to left it run until you explicitly give the permission to run it.
If you receive of such message, simply do is to head to Settings > General > Profile (this will only exist as a menu option if you have a profile installed). Select the certificate in question, and then click on the “Trust” option. That should allow the app to run smoothly on iOS 10.
Still there’s is not jailbreak for iOS 9.2.1 or a final version of iOS 9.3 for public has been released. Those who would like to install MovieBox on a jailbroken device can simply launch Cydia and do so. Instructions for jailbreaking can be found below (iOS9.0-9.0.2 only).
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