AppValley has proven itself with millions of users to be one of the most reliable and Safe Cydia alternatives. A third-party app store, AppValley offers users access to modified or tweaked content for free, along with other useful apps. Unfortunately, some users have reported a few errors with AppValley, but we have found easy fixes for all of them.
AppValley Error Solutions :
These are the most frequent errors to be reported along with their fixes. If you have encountered a problem that we haven’t talked about here, please feel free to tell us using the comments box below, and we will try to find the solution.
Cannot Download AppValley
This is the most reported error and the easiest to fix:
- Delete AppValley from your device
- Reboot and try downloading AppValley again
This error seems to be encountered by users who already have a version of AppValley on their device, and the new version they are trying to download is coming into conflict with it.
App Valley Has Stopped Working
This is down to the source not being verified, again very easy to fix:
- Delete App Valley and then install it again
- Go to Settings and open the Profile & Device Management section under General
- Find the AppValley certificate and tap it
- Tap on Trust or Verify and close Settings
Try App Valley again, and it will work
App Valley Invalid Argument Supplied
This might look like a complicated error, but it is one of the easiest to fix:
- Delete App Valley from your device
- Install App Valley again and then restart your iOS device
- Launch App Valley settings and check for any updates
Apply any that are available, and you will find that AppValley now works without this error appearing.
App Valley White Screen
If you get a white screen on AppValley:
- Open iOS Settings
- Tap on Safari
- Tap on Clear Website Data
Launch AppValley, and it should work without the white screen appearing
Profile Installation Failed
If you receive the Profile Installation Failed error, it may be that you are trying to download AppValley at a busy time and the Apple servers are struggling with the amount of traffic. In the first instance, wait for a couple of hours and then have another go. If the installation still does not work, try the following steps:
- Put your iPhone or iPad into Airplane mode
- Open Settings and tap Safari
- Tap Clear History and Website Data > Clear History and Data
- Close Settings and take your device out of Airplane mode
- Leave your device for a minute or two and then install AppValley again
You should find that the installation proceeds as usual.
Untrusted Enterprise Developer
This is another common issue, and you can solve this by going to Settings > General > Profiles and now Trust the App Valley app developer name there.
Hopefully, these have fixed any issues you may have had with App Valley but, as we said earlier, do let us know in the comments box below if you have any other problems or error messages.