If you have ever tried to install a third-party app on your iPhone, you may have encountered the “Untrusted Enterprise Developer” error. This error occurs because the app is not verified by Apple, and your iPhone’s security settings are set to only allow installation of apps from trusted sources. But don’t worry, in this article, we will guide you through the steps to fix the “Untrusted Enterprise Developer” error on your iPhone.
Here are some of the solutions you can try:
- Trust the developer: If you trust the developer of the app you are trying to install, you can manually trust the developer in your iPhone’s settings. Go to Settings > General > Profiles & Device Management, select the developer profile, and tap “Trust”.
- Check the app’s certificate: Make sure the app’s certificate is valid and has not expired. If the certificate is invalid, expired, or revoked, you will not be able to install the app.
- Update your device: Make sure your iPhone is running the latest version of iOS. Go to Settings > General > Software Update to check for updates and install any available updates.
- Use a different app installer: If you’re still having trouble installing the app, try using a different app installer such as Sideloadly, AltStore, AppValley, Panda Helper, or Ignition. These app installers use different methods to install apps on your device, and one of them may work better for you.
By following these steps, you should be able to fix the “Untrusted Enterprise Developer” error and install the app successfully. If you continue to have issues, contact the app developer or try contacting Apple Support for further assistance.