Home Depot 32-bit Jailbreak
For iOS 9.1 - 9.3.4
Updated Home Depot 32-bit Jailbreak Now Available
A refreshed version of jk9357's Home Depot jailbreak tool for iOS 9 on 32-bit devices has been released today. Home Depot was initially unveiled a few weeks ago, providing support for a range of devices on different firmware versions, which we reported on during its debut.
This latest version is marked as Release Candidate 1, signaling an improvement in compatibility and a step closer to its final version.
Note: An issue was identified with RC 1 that led to failures in Cydia installation. We urge all users to proceed with the updated RC 2 instead.
This jailbreak is exclusively for all 32-bit devices. Please refrain from asking about 64-bit compatibility - it's not in the pipeline.
It caters to iOS 9.1-9.3.4. Queries related to iOS 9.3.5, iOS 10.x, or other firmware are futile - they are not part of the plan.
Similar to Yalu102, Yalu1011, and Pangu 9.2-9.3.3, this jailbreak is semi-tethered and demands reactivation after every reboot. An untethered version is not anticipated.
Like Yalu102, Yalu1011, and Pangu 9.2-9.3.3, the tool must be sideloaded via Cydia Impactor, and reinstallation is required every week (free developer account) or annually (paid developer account).
The jailbreak includes a fully operational Cydia, Cydia Substrate, along with all other features expected from a comprehensive jailbreak.
Those who wish to test the tool can download it from the Home Depot website and sideload it using Cydia Impactor, compatible with Mac, Windows, or Linux. If you need a tutorial on using Impactor, our guide for Yalu can be referenced, as the procedure remains the same.
Personally, I'm looking forward to utilizing Home Depot RC 1 once my current week's certificate expires. I'm presently operating on Home Depot Beta 7.
Do you possess any 32-bit devices on iOS 9.1-9.3.4 eagerly waiting for a jailbreak? Are you an existing user of Home Depot, and if so, what's your experience? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.
New Features in Home Depot RC 1
Three additional tracks have been added to the Mixtape Player.
The Mixtape Player now shows song lyrics.
Users can now seek backward in the Mixtape Player.
Tracks can be rearranged in the 'Up Next' section of the Mixtape Player.
Resolved an issue that prevented the volume slider from appearing in the Mixtape Player on some devices.
Fixed a problem where the Home Depot label was misaligned on the launch screen.
A jailbreak log is now saved and made accessible through iTunes File Sharing.
Extraction of 'iosbinpack' has been removed.
Droplets wallpaper installation has been discontinued.
In the absence of the '/.installed_home_depot' file, 'Enable Jailbreak' now functions as 'Prepare For Jailbreak', triggering re-extraction of Cydia.
Expanded support to all 32-bit devices on iOS 9.1-9.3.4 (Beta feature that requires an internet connection).
Enhanced reliability on iPod touch 5.
As evident, a majority of the enhancements focus on the in-built mixtape player, aiming at delivering a stable and user-friendly experience. Nonetheless, crucial jailbreak-related changes are also incorporated. Re-extraction of Cydia when the '/.installed_home_depot' file is missing prevents several undesirable restores, while the improved stability on iPod touch 5 is a notable advancement.
Certainly, for many users, the most significant upgrade is the extension of supported devices, now encompassing all 32-bit devices running any iOS version between iOS 9.1-9.3.4 inclusive. This comprehensive support list rectifies the inconsistencies of the original betas, attributed to missing offsets. I had to restore an iPhone 5c due to such issues, though my iPad 2 running a Home Depot beta version has been rock solid.
With these improvements, regardless of your device model or firmware version, you should not experience any major issues. Thus, now appears to be a suitable time to try out the tool if you have been hesitant until now.
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