The updated Home Depot 32-bit jailbreak for iOS 9 was released yesterday and is labelled as Release Candidate 1 to indicate that it is close to a final version.
The changelog is available on the jailbreak’s official website but here is everything you need to know about it:
– Mixtape Player now shows song lyrics
– Fixed the volume slider in Mixtape Player which wasn’t visible on some devices
– Fixed the Home Depot label which wouldn’t be properly aligned on the launch screen
– Saves a jailbreak log which can be found in iTunes File Sharing
– Does not extract “iosbinpack” anymore
– Does not install Droplets wallpaper anymore
– Treats “Enable Jailbreak” as “Prepare For Jailbreak” by re-extracting Cydia if the “/.installed_home_depot” file is not found
– Supports all 32-bit devices running iOS 9.1-9.3.4
– Offers 3 bonus tracks for the Mixtape Player
– You can seek backwards and rearrange tracks in Up Next in Mixtape Player
– Improved iPod Touch 5 reliability
You noticed that the main changes are focused on the jailbreak’s mixtape player to improve user experience and stability. There are also major changes concerning the jailbreak, such as the re-extraction of Cydia when the “/.installed_home_depot” file is not present, which prevents restores.
The most meaningful fact about this update is that it supports all 32-bit devices running every iOS version from iOS 9.1-9.3.4 inclusively. This definitely contributes a lot to the jailbreak’s impressive capabilities and impressively expands its support list.
Now it’s certainly a good time for you to try the tool and here are some important highlights to keep in mind:
– The jailbreak supports all 32-bit devices
– The jailbreak supports iOS 9.1-9.3.4 inclusively
– The jailbreak is semi-tethered, so it requires re-activation every time you reboot (like Yalu102, Yalu1011, Pangu 9.2-9.3.3)
– The tool must be side-loaded using Cydia Impactor and re-installed every week for free a developer account or every year for a paid developer account
– The jailbreak has all the features of a full jailbreak, including Cydia and Cydia Substrate
While this jailbreak is definitely worth a try, users who decide to use it can download it from Home Depot’s website and side-load it using Cydia Impactor from Mac, Windows or Linux.