In today's video we're discussing about the #HomeDepot #Untether created by @tihmstar that is now supporting iOS 9.2.1, and we're briefly touching on whatever happened to the iOS 9.3.5 Untether.
As some of you might not know what an untether is, let me explain in a nutshell.
An untethered jailbreak has persistence, this means it will NOT require you to re-jailbreak manually after you restart the phone, and the jailbreak will be automatically applied. Once the device boots, it is already jailbroken and the themes and tweaks have already been applied.
the last untethered jailbreak was Pangu for #iOS 9.0 to 9.1, more than 1 year ago. Recently, @tihmstar has created an Untether package for iOS 9.3.4 (Home Depot) 32-Bit jailbreak users, which was the very first iOS 9.3.x Untether. Today, @tihmstar posted on his Twitter the fact that the untether package is now supporting iOS 9.2.1 as well.
Version 1.4.1 adds support for iOS 9.2.1 (added alternative stage1 exploit) pic.twitter.com/BdX2hHOZky
— tihmstar (@tihmstar) September 3, 2017
Keep in mind that he is talking about #32-Bit devices only. You can't untether the #Pangu #jailbreak (64-Bit) with this.
Speaking about untethers, after Phoenix Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 got released, there were rumors that someone was working on an untether, anyways, the untether hasn't been released so I assume the rumors were in fact false. If you wanna know when an untether is released, your best bet would be the follow @tihmstar or @s1guza, and SUBSCRIBE to this channel.
I will keep you updated with all that matters.