How to solve TutuApp Installation Issues

TutuApp is a great market app that allows users to download a wealth of apps for free. It is very popular and it works on iOS and Android smartphones. Some users can encounter some issues when they are trying to install or use the app. A list of quick fixes that should address any potential problems can be found below.

Untrusted Enterprise Developer

This issue seems to be specific to iOS devices. Follow these steps in order to fix it:

  • Tap on the Settings icon
  • Tap on the General menu
  • Look for the Device Management section and tap on it
  • Tap on the Profiles & Device Management section
  • Find the profile of the app and tap on it
  • Tap on the Trust option and confirm your choice. The issue should be solved.
  • The installation is prohibited by the device

This problem seems to be cause by the different time zones that are present around the world. You can quickly solve it by going to Settings and changing the current date of your device. Disabling the automatic time zone change feature should also help.

How to install TutuApp VIP for free on iOS

The basic version of the app is great for iOS users since they gain access to variety of apps that are not available on the App Store. The main advantage is that the app is completely free.

After the app is started you can see that some of the features are locked. In order to use them you will have to pay a small fee in order to get VIP status. VIP users are able to download paid and modified apps. Users are also able to request certain apps and games that will be added in the future.


While the app itself is safe you should pay attention when you attempt to download some apps. Malicious users can upload hacked apps that can infect your device. If something looks too good to be true you should skip it.

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Jeff Wilkinson

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Jeff Wilkinson  is a Senior Politics Reporter at Debate Report covering provincial and national politics, . Before joining  Debate Report, Jeff worked on several provincial campaigns including Jack Layton. Jeff has worked as a freelance journalist in Toronto, having been published by over 20 outlets including CBC, the Center for Media and

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