About hours back, we see the release of update jailbreak by developer “jk9357” for 32-bit users on iOS 9. So regardless of all notable changes, Apple makes you upgrade 10, if you are still rocking in old iOS 9 versions, here it is a great chance to Cydia Install. The update version now released is dubbed Candidate 1. And it signifies the expanding support and also the immediacy to the final launch. If you found this interesting, read on for the complete review of the update.
Cydia Install with Home Depot
This tool update finds the proximity to its final tool version. So in work conditions, it treats quite well for those go with the instructions. And as getting a jailbreak update for older firmware while Jailbreak iOS 10.2/10.3 latest trends rule the community is a surprising fact here, let’s go for the notable facts around Home Depot update version. But remember it is strictly for 32-bit devices running 9.1-9.3.4 in the true focus of Cydia install.
Am I compatible to Cydia Install?
As a tool in progress, you required to clearly identify to which firmware versions and device models it truly planned. So get it clear with the list below.
- iPhone 4s
- iPhone 5c
- iPad 2
- iPad mini
- iPhone 5
- iPad 3
- iPad 4
- iPod Touch 5 Generation
In simply, the tool update of Home Depot works on 32-bit devices runs iOS 9.1 to 9.3.4. And unfortunately it this time too lacks support for iOS 9.3.5. But in respect to different device models and running firmware, the process could sometimes feature slight changes. And possibly could bring errors. So recommend processing at your own responsibility.
Supported Devices for Mixtape Music Player
Any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch device powered iOS 9 to iOS 10.3.
RC 1 Changes Log
- New 3 bonus tracks added to Mixtape Player as Purple Demo, Lay Low and KJC Anthem Pt. 4
- Mixtape Player song lyrics display feature
- Mixtape Player feature with seek backward to once again hear the part won your consideration of the track
- Feature to re-organize Mixtape Player tracks in Up Next
- Addressed the issue with volume slider not appearing in some devices in Mixtape Player
- Home Depot label alignment problem in the welcome screen successfully resolved
- Jailbreak log saving powered up (which found in iTunes File Sharing)
- Stops extracts iosbinpack
- Droplets wallpaper install no longer supports
- “Enable Jailbreak” set up as “Prepare For Jailbreak” with the support of re-extracting Cydia when the file /.installed_home_depot not in view
- Added compatibility for all the 32-bit device on iOS 9.1-9.3.4 and with need of the internet connection
- Support added and expanded on iPod Touch 5
Note: RC 1 reportedly fond fail in Cydia install for some device models. To avoid the interruption, please follow RC 2 IPA which is reachable through the official tool site
Instructions for the Process
- The tool strictly for 32-bit models where 64-bit support is not planned and expectable. So make sure to check the compatibility
- The tool accepts a semi-tethered run where you are required re-activation of the jailbreak on each and every reboot. In fact, it all features same as Pangu 9.2-9.3.3 previous and current workable Yalu 10.2
- Through Mac, Linux or Windows PC connected to the device, download Cydia impactor and drag the IPA to the interface. Once signed with the Apple ID and password go as the screen directs by launching Home Depot app on your device
- Similar to Yalu and Pangu previous jailbreak, this runs with Cydia impactor and side loading the IPA. So you are forced to re-operate the app with every 7 days if you are with a regular Apple ID. And if it is a developer certificate with paid access, it will expand up to a year
- The jailbreak will result the complete Cydia install with Cydia substrate support and all other promising features
As taken from the official page, NSO, qwertyoruiop, Benjamin, ih8sn0w, planetbeing, Jon Seals, Tihmstar, have contributed to the tool developing in different ways. And for more, Stefan Esser (i0n1c) was greatly thanked for the software source code building without whom Home Depot would not be possible to develop.
If you still rocking on iOS 9.1 to 9.3.4 expecting Cydia install, Home Depot is the big chance now available. So give it a try with our guide and tell us too about how you find it working?