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    I understand that it is necessary to use an Apple ID without 2FA to use appdb's Rickpactor, the only question I have is how to do so. I follow every tutorial I find on the internet and I cannot for the life of me disable this damn setting. Have we found a way to disable 2FA or create fresh accounts without it? Thanks for taking the time, hope I get a solution :) Also, while I'm here, I'd like to inquire on the topic of the $20 dp pro concept. What exactly does one get after signing up? Would I be able to download whatever ipas I wish without having to make new Apple IDs? Because if so, I would be very interested Thanks! ======EDIT: I just went ahead and bought the pro, very worth it!======
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    Freddy

    MyAppStore API

    MyAppStore is unique appdb feature - you can build your own apps library and store it on appdb servers, apps will always be installable to your devices, jailbroken or not. IPA way to your device through MyAppStore is the following: You upload IPA file to appdb Appdb creates job to analyse your IPA to make sure it is valid and installable Appdb stores IPA into your library You can trigger app installations from MyAppStore section via "install" method from main API MyAppStore API acts on the same endpoint and with same principles as our Main API, but adds couple new methods that you can use. Adding IPA to library By using this method you can upload IPA for analyse to appdb. Device auth is required. It should return true if IPA was successfully queued to be analysed. Then, you can check what's happening with your job: Getting jobs status By using this method you can check what jobs are running. Device auth is required. It should return job objects. All fields are self-explainable: {"success":true,"errors":[],"data":[{"id":"xxxx","updated_at":"1511865973","status":"Success: appdb_1.4.2.ipa was validated, added to your apps","is_finished":"1"}],"total":null} Getting IPA library And finally, here is how to obtain IPAs in your library. Device auth is required. It should return the following information. All fields are self-explainable: {"success":true,"errors":[],"data":[{"id":"656","bundle_id":"com.4sh2812.32u1982378","uploaded_at":"1511865973","name":"appdb","size":"35172335","compatibility_string":"Requires iOS 8.0 or iPhone, iPod iPad "}],"total":null} Deleting IPA from library Device auth is required. Installing IPA Just trigger "install" method of main API with ID of IPA and type="MyAppStore". Device auth is required.
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    HTTPS

    Ok.

    Ok.
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    HTTPS

    m8. stawp.

    m8. stawp.
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    HTTPS

    my life is amazin!

    my life is amazin!
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    Hope everyone likes the new fresh theme! I know i do!
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