Home Depot Jailbreak

A new jailbreak has been released purely for users of 32-bit devices on iOS 9.3.x. PPHelper was the last jailbreak for iOS 9 but only those with the newer 64 bit devices could use; now Home Depot Jailbreak has arrived to give those with older devices a chance to jailbreak as well.

Image : Home Depot Jailbreak

Don’t try to install Home Depot until you have read the following caveats that go with it:

  • Home Depot is in beta and you will experience bugs and instability on your iOS device
  • It is a semi-untethered device and you must reinstall the jailbreak each time you reboot your iOS device
  • You must use a tool called Cydia Impactor to side load Hoe Depot onto your device – see the steps below:

Supported Devices :

This will work on these 32 bit devices

  • All iOS devices on iOS 9.1 upto iOS 9.3.4.

How to Download Home Depot Using Cydia Impactor :

  1. Connect your device to your PC or Mac and open iTunes
  2. Make sure you are using the latest version and then back your data up [ don’t update to a later iOS version ] 
  3. On your Mac or PC, download Cydia Impactor and Home Depot Jailbreak [ext link]
  4. Launch Cydia Impactor 
  5. Find the Home Depot .ipa file and drag it to Cydia Impactor; drop it into the open window
  6. Type in your Apple ID 
  7. Cydia Impactor is now going to side load Home Depot onto your iOS device
  8. Unplug your device when the side load has finished
  9. Open Settings > General > Profile & Device Management 
  10. Tap the Trust button beside the Home Depot Certificate and tap Trust again
  11. Open the Home Depot icon on your home screen 
  12. A warning message will appear; tap OK and then Go 
  13. When the installation is complete, your iOS device will respring to your home screen
  14. If you see the Cydia icon the jailbreak has been successful 
  15. If you don’t see it, go back to Step 11 and repeat

Notes :

  • As Home Depot is a semi-untethered jailbreak, whenever your device is rebooted, you must repeat from Step 11
  • The Apple ID is essential for Cydia impactor to work, if it is a Free ID, the Home Depot certificate is going to expire every 7 days and you will need to reinstall the jailbreak – follow steps 4 onwards

Offsets Not Found Fix :

Some users may face this error during the installation of Home Depot Jailbreak on iOS 9.3.5. Here is an easy fix for this.

How to Add an Offset :

  1. Download the Home Depot .ipa from the link given above onto your computer
  2. Download Cydia Impactor onto your computer
  3. Connect your device to your computer
  4. Open the Cydia Impactor folder and locate the file, double click to open it
  5. Now select your iOS device from the list
  6. You will be asked to provide your Apple ID and password so type it in and Cydia Impactor will install the package onto your device
  7. Disconnect your device and then, from your home screen, tap on the icon to open, click on Cydia | Jailbreak
  8. You will now see if this is supported on your device; if it is, you can input your own offsets [ offsets ]. Make sure you input the right ones for your specific device and the iOS version you are using ] .

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61 thoughts on “Home Depot Jailbreak”

  1. Nice to have this JB for 32 bits devices, but please keep in mind that iOs 9.3.5 is the last OS available for these “old” devices and there is no way to upgrade them to 9.3.4 and benefit from this JB.
    Please expand support to 9.3.5 as well.

  2. “Device Not Supported”
    Offsets not found for iPad2,5 -- iOS 9.3.5
    Did not work for me either. I think Home Depot does not support iOS 9.3.5. So there’s still NO Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 as of this moment? 32-bit iOS 9.3.5 users are still being left with a little hope for the Jailbreak. Pangu Team is this right? Please HELP!

    • the update didn’t fix the issue for IOS 9.3.5 as non offests have been provided for several devices (mine is ipad 3,3 ios 9.3.5) and am stuck on black screen with the phrase (install cydia) after I insert other offests I get (leaking kernel base)
      Please help and let us know if this jailbreak really supports Ios 9.3.5

  3. I want to downgrade later to iOS 6. I have my 4s on 9.3.2 . It is possible to do a tether jailbreak, and then downgrade it with beehind?


  4. Really had my hopes up then.. Cracked out the laptop n everything ready to finally be jb again. Got it all done n installed just to find it doesn’t support 9.3.5 after all /: Gutted >.<

  5. Can anyone help me with iphone 4,1 offset for ios 9.3.5, pls? i wanna go back to ios 6.1.3 but i can’t do it while i can’t make this jailbreak.

  6. what about tablet gamers on iPad 2 and iPad Mini
    Show some love for users who want to be liberated from apples slow iOS 9.3.5!!!

  7. It does not work for Ipad 2,1 IOS 9.3.5.

    “Offsets not found for Ipad 2,1”

    WTF? Do this really work?

    There is no custom offset for this version… Could you help me? Thanks!

  8. no offsets for 32 bit ios 9.3.5? We’ve been waiting for months and we’re in march and still no offsets? Show some love pangu & home depot :(

  9. once i start jailbraking it stops in kernel patching and it comes back to springboard i tried several times :/ can it be fixed ? iphone 5 ios 9.2

  10. Hi guys, you’ll have to excuse my technical ignorance, but I have come to understand that the offsets (whatever they are) are not available for the Home Depot app, for the iphone 4s running the 9.3.5 operating system. So my question is this: is it possible to downgrade to a version that there are available offsets for?

  11. 32bit offset IOS 9.3.5


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