Getting Unblacklisted from Scarlet: A Comprehensive Guide

Blacklisting is a security measure used by application developers to prevent certain users from accessing their applications. When you are blacklisted, your device’s unique identifier (such as the UDID) is added to a blacklist, preventing the application from running on your device.

Common reasons for being blacklisted include violating the app’s terms of service, engaging in suspicious or abusive behavior, using modified or cracked versions of the app, or repeatedly accessing the Scarlet website.

Possible solutions (try these in order)

Re-install Scarlet

Sometimes a simple reinstall can fix a blacklist problem, especially if it was caused by a temporary certificate revocation or caching issue. Here’s how to reinstall Scarlet:

  • Delete the Scarlet application from your IOS device.
  • Restart your device.
  • Reinstall the latest version of Scarlet from our website.

Note that this is often a temporary fix if the blacklisting is due to your device’s identifier being actively blocked by the developers.

Using Anti-Revoke with a blacklist app

Anti-revoke applications are designed to work around a specific type of blacklist that occurs when an application’s certificate is revoked by Apple. Here’s how to try using an anti-revoke app with a blacklist IPA file:

  • Find a reputable source that provides the Blacklist IPA file.
  • Install a trusted anti-revoke application on your device.
  • Follow the instructions provided by the Anti-Revoke app to use the Blacklist IPA file with Scarlet.
  • Please note that this method is not a guaranteed solution and its success depends on the type of blacklist you’re dealing with.

In some cases, blacklisting is a temporary measure taken by the developers or Cloudflare. If you believe that your blacklisting was unintentional or unwarranted, you could try waiting a reasonable amount of time (a few days or weeks) and trying to launch Scarlet again.

Disclaimer and Security

The methods described in this guide may not work, and being blacklisted is often the result of violating an application’s terms of service. It’s important to understand that attempting to circumvent blacklists using unauthorized methods could potentially damage your device or lead to further complications.

We strongly discourage users from using untrusted sources or methods to circumvent blacklists, as this could expose your device to security risks.


Getting unblacklisted from Scarlet iOS is a challenging process with no guaranteed solution. The methods discussed in this guide might work in some cases, but their success depends on the specific reason for the blacklist.

If you’ve exhausted all options and Scarlet remains blacklisted, it might be time to explore alternative apps that better align with your needs and the developers’ terms of service.

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