New tools have been released that will help provide a relatively simple mechanism for owners of 32-bit devices to find the required offsets for their devices.
Although not as simple as connecting devices via USB, running tools and getting the necessary information through a nice and intuitive user interface, a new tool, called OF32, will give users what they need to work next to the UntetherHomeDepot package. For iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak untethered.
In the not-too-distant future, jailbreaking a device is as easy as plugging it into a computer via USB, running a jailbreak tool that has been carefully compiled by the developer group, and clicking a button to inject the charge and free it. device. The simple process will result in a device released from Apple's walled garden, and also make Cydia injected as a workable app to install new experiences and tweaks.
Unfortunately, it does not work that way anymore.
We are now faced with a situation where many device owners need a tool such as OF32 to be able to get the information needed to fill the jailbreak vacuum to speak. The UntetherHomeDepot package is offered as a jailbreak installation after going through Cydia to convert a homeDepot-based jailbreak that is tethered to a cordless device on a 32-bit device running iOS 9.1 to iOS 9.3.4. UntetherHomeDepot is a nice package that is exactly as it says on the tin, but also requires additional offsets to be inserted into each device so users really want to jailbreak because out-of-box support is only reserved for iPhone 4s.
That's where the new OF32 tool comes into the limelight. Those who want to use UntetherHomeDepot, and who do not use iPhone 4s backed-out-of-the-box with the package, ultimately have to provide their own devices to succeed without this device. The OF32 package will provide that information directly to the user who can then be used to deliver the jailbreak packets to ensure successful completion.
If you want to check this tool for yourself and learn more about it, you can go to the developer GitHub page to get the repository and info about it. There is also a warning that not much testing has been done with OF32, with the developer suggesting that "stuff can happen". You have been warned
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