Get Facebook++ Without Jailbreaking Risks: Download Videos & Use In-App Messenger Safely
Jailbreaking has been a popular choice among iPhone users, generally because it allows them to add features and applications that Apple blocked in its operating system. But by choosing to do so, individuals open their devices to certain risks. But there are ways to get around the dangers, particularly in order to install Facebook++.
As noted by Value Walk, Facebook++ allows users to take advantage of the old in-app Messenger, as well as download videos directly from the News Feed. Moreover, you will be able to send unlimited messages. The publication went on to say that there are several other features that can be explored. Below are the steps to install the application without having to jailbreak the iOS device.
1. Download the Facebook ++ IPA file here.
2. Sideload the application on the iOS device.
3. Do not tap on the new icon on the homepage. Instead, head over to Settings > General > Device Management > Facebook++. Those with iOS 10 installed might need to follow a different route, namely Settings > General > Profile & Device Management or Settings > General > Profile.
4. A notification should then appear. Tap trust.
The device should then already be properly installed into the handheld. Likewise, users will be able to explore the Facebook++ application to their desires.
Because the method does not require jailbreaking the iOS device, several risks are dodged completely. Tom's Guide has reported that this includes the dangers of unscreened applications. This basically means that it is easier for the device to become a target for malware. The device is virtually left with a minimum amount of security if any. There is also the added risk of the device crashing completely, which will make it unusable.
There are certain precautions to take when jailbreaking a device and it should not be done haphazardly. Which is why it is often preferred to take steps that do not require jailbreaking when installing applications into iOS devices.
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