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Home Depot Jailbreak for 32 bit devices iOS 9.2 - 9.3.4

Discussion in 'Apple IPhone' started by Super Tele, Feb 27, 2017.

  1. Super Tele

    Super Tele New Member

    Anybody tried this yet and achieved successful jailbreak?
     
  2. Super Tele

    Super Tele New Member

    OK….. no replies. Here's some more info.
    Here’s how it went when I tried it on IPhone 4S iOS 9.3.2.
    This JB does actually install cydia but then the problems start.
    I’m new to JB and cydia so maybe someone can help.
    When you launch cydia you get this screen

    IMG_0003[1].PNG
    So you tap Upgrade Essential and you get this screen

    IMG_0004[1].PNG
    So I tried selecting Complete Upgrade from the first screen and got this

    IMG_0005[1].PNG
    Selecting Force Removal effectively uninstalls cydia.

    So it seems that cydia wants to upgrade but selecting the available options leads to a dead end.

    As I said I'm new to JB and cydia.
    Anyone got any ideas?
     
  3. SemperOccultus

    SemperOccultus New Member

    This jailbreak is completely legitimate. I have no idea why you are experiencing the issues you did, but I have tried and successfully jailbroken my iPad Mini running either iOS 9.3.1 or 9.3.3 (I forget).
     

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