This article will help you download the FileBrowser and how to install it. You will need an iPhone running iOS 10 or above to install the FileBrowser IPA. To install File Browser on iPhone, you don’t have to jailbreak it.
FileBrowser lets you search your internal files and identify directories. Generally, both jailbroken users and those with non-jailbroken devices can use iFile for access to the internal files. But in iOS 11, Apple also introduced the Files App that allows them to do exactly the same. FileBrowser offers a much better app experience than other iTunes-listed apps. FileBrowser previously was available only through Cydia. However, this app is now easily downloaded to your iOS device and can also be installed via sideloading. Next, we will show you how it can be installed on iOS 11 or higher (non-jailbroken devices).
FileBrowser IPA File and Cydia Impactor Installation
Step 1. Let’s start by downloading FileBrowser IPA files from the link.
Step 2: Now you can begin FileBrowser’s installation. You don’t need to jailbreak or use Cydia for this app. You have many options to choose from in order to download it. It is up to you which one suits you best and what your preferences are.
Step 3: Cydia Impactor can be used to sideload iOS Apps for Windows or Mac.
Step 4: The FileBorwser application has been installed on your iPhone. It must now be trusted to install without problems. You need to ensure the app does not crash once it launches and the installation has begun. To access your settings, click on the tab. Select General -> Profile & Device Management. You don’t have to worry if the name doesn’t appear on your device.
Step 5: Select the Settings option and locate the Profile that’s connected to File Browser. The Trust button will be located in the middle portion of profile information. You can tap on the button and follow the directions to trust it completely with your iOS device.
Step 6: Next, go to your home screen to tap the FileBrowser application to launch it. The app will be loaded in an instance just like other apps you’ve installed on your iPhone via iTunes Store.
The Settings app can be closed and you will return to your home screen with FileBrowser. Clicking on the button will immediately load it, just like any other App Store install.