tutorial guide on how to download and install SoundCloud++ IPA on iOS 10.3.2/10.3.1/10.3/10.2.1/10
without jailbreak. You don’t need to jailbreak your iPhone/iPad to install
an extremely popular music and podcast streaming platform that lets you listen
to millions of songs from around the world, or upload your own. With SoundCloud,
you can discover, stream, and share a constantly expanding mix of music from
emerging and major artists around the world.
a modified version of the official app which includes all of the same
functionality, along with the availability of downloading music directly. That
you can easily download songs from SoundCoud++ without jailbreaking your
download and install Premium SoundCloud++ IPA without jailbreak on iPhone or
iPad in iOS 10.3.2, 10.3.1, 10.2.1, 10.2, 10.1.1 & 10. Before you begin, you need to download SoundCloud++ IPA and Cydia Impactor to
install SoundCloud++ without jailbreaking iPhone or iPad in iOS 10 or
How to Download SoundCloud++ without jailbreak in iOS 10?
running iOS 10, 10.1.1, 10.2, 10.2.1, 10.3, 10.3.1 & 10.3.2, simply click
on this link to download SoundCloud++ IPA and Cydia
Impactor on your PC.
SoundCloud++ without jailbreak in iOS 10?
you have downloaded the above required SoundCloud++ IPA file,
connect your iPhone or iPad to your Computer, PC via lightning USB &
trust your iDevice.
extract Cydia Impactor.zip file & Open Cydia
and drop the SoundCloud++ IPA onto Cydia Impactor you’ve
your Apple ID and Password to proceed generating a Signing
Impactor will now start signing the SoundCloud++ app on your iDevice so please wait for it to
Step 6: After completion, you should see the SoundCloud++ app’s icon
on your Home screen.
before launching SoundCloud++, Go to Settings > General > Device
Managment and Profiles and Trust your signed application to verify by
tapping the profile labelled with your Apple ID.
it. You have successfully installed the SoundCloud++ without jailbreak on
your iPhone-iPad in iOS 10.3.2/10.3.1/10.3/10.
need to re-sign the SoundCloud++ app once its certificate expired (usually