What's going on lads? Today we're discussing about the newest update of the Home Depot Jailbreak that was released yesterday (The RC1/2). This update is particularly important because it brings support (finally) for all 32-Bit devices running iOS 9.1 to iOS 9.3.4. The previous version had some bugs and different devices supported different (limited) iOS versions. Now all devices are supported out of the box, without the user being required to input any offsets manually.
They have finally improved the support for iPod Touch 5th generation on iOS 9.1 to 9.3.4 as well, and the newest version also includes some changes to the Mixtape Player part of the app. Why yes! It comes with a Mixtape player that is apparently installable on iOS 10.3 as well (only the mixtape player).
Home Depot, although very great as a Jailbreak, doesn't support iOS 9.3.5 (probably because it is based on Trident / Pegasus Exploit Chain. Anyways, by the end of this month we can expect the iOS 9.3.5 Untethered Jailbreak from FriedAppleTeam, that will be demoed at BlackHat 2017. I strongly recommend Home Depot users to update to the latest version for better performance.
iOS 9.1 – 9.3.4 Jailbreak: //wall.supplies
Jailbreak Status Monitor: //fce365.info/jailbreak-central/
iOS 10.3 Jailbreak Demo: //youtu.be/8_GO9fXJa18
Is Yalu No Computer Jailbreak Safe?: //youtu.be/p2loPjB4XWs
iOS 9.3.5 Untethered Jailbreak: //youtu.be/3lGMppIcOyU