IconCert Lets You Know When Your Saigon Certificate Expires
A new free jailbreak tweak called IconCert by iOS developer faz helps you keep better track of your Saigon app’s signing status so you can take the proper action to re-sign it accordingly.
IconCert displays an indicator on the Saigon app icon that lets you know exactly how much longer you can go without signing your Saigon app with Cydia Impactor.
Depending on your circumstances, the app icon might display something like “7.00 d,” which indicates 7 more days, or something like “3.5 h,” which indicates 3.5 more hours. If you’re operating well beyond your Saigon app’s expiration period and haven’t rebooted your iDevice lately, then it will say “expired” instead as you see in our example above.
IconCert is a release that I can’t recommend enough for most jailbreakers on iOS10, so if you want to grab it for yourself, it’s available from Cydia’s BigBoss repository. The tweak doesn’t have any options to configure.
[Update]: The tweak was removed from Cydia after it was conflicting with many tweaks. As of Thursday evening, the tweak has been reinstated into Cydia with the warning that IconCert doesn’t play nicely with jailbreak tweaks that modify or theme app icons on the Home screen. Please be wary of installing potential conflicting tweaks for the safety of your jailbreak!
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