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  • wiSync - sync your iPhone via WiFi
    wiSync is the wireless syncing solution for your Mac and iPhone.


    We've partnered up with the iFrancis development team to release wiSync, a wireless sync solution for the iPhone. At the moment it allows you to install and configure wiToggle, a native app for your iPhone. With wiSync, you can set a folder on your Mac which the iPhone will sync files with on a given schedule, or when you manually choose to sync.

    wiSync currently does NOT support actual iTunes syncing (of music, contacts, calendar, etc) via WiFi, although that is planned for a future development within the next 30 days.

    For more information including installation, download, and usage instructions, check out:


    The iFrancis team will also soon be releasing two more utilities:

    1) wiBackup, which backs up your notes, SMS, contacts, call history, etc. This may eventually become part of wiSync.
    2) iInstaller. Easily install applications from your computer to your iPhone, no SFTP or SSH knowledge required!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: wiSync - sync your iPhone via WiFi started by Kyle Matthews View original post
    Comments 44 Comments
    1. sebax's Avatar
      sebax -
      no man, i wont work to sync ur mp3 or videos, the way iTunes sync the music on iPods/iPhones is different and wont let u listen to them on ur iTouch.
    1. davidmdowning42's Avatar
      davidmdowning42 -
      Thanks for the response. I'll jailbreak my touch as soon as this becomes possible, but not a moment before. Keep uo the good work devs! As in PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE keep it up. Looking around the mac support forums there's lots of usb 1.1 people out there looking for a solution. This may be the one at some future date. Don't give up!

      This may not be the place to post this question, but it is a response to some earlier posts in this thread:

      "nice and works on upgraded 1.1.2, but 1. what is the difference between that and just connecting the iphone via wifi from the finder on the mac?

      #1: AFP is an outdated protocol that is extremely slow and buggy (this is what you're talking about when you said connecting the iPhone to Finder over Wi-Fi."

      Is "conecting the iphone to the finder over Wi-Fi" something that I can try without jailbreaking my touch? Sounds like it's not, but it can't hurt to ask.
    1. francis's Avatar
      francis -
      Nope you will have to jailbreak and install an AFP server on your iTouch, furthermore, you would have to install the BSD subsystem as well.

      In any case, what on earth are you waiting for, jailbreak your iTouch!!!! You're missing out on an amazing experience if you're only using safari/Music/Videos/Photos. Wouldn't you like to have the Mail/Maps/Weather/Stocks apps that are only found on the iPhone? Come on, join the fun
    1. davidmdowning42's Avatar
      davidmdowning42 -
      I'm sure I will. If I had gotten my Touch 6 mos ago, I would already have hacked it all to hell. But with Macworld in just a few days, and the SDK due in another month, I figure I'll give 'em a shot to provide the software I need in a legit fashion before I void my warranty. I like warranties, I can't help it. They have come in quite handy for me in the past. Of course, a warranty for a device that doesn't do what I need it to do is worth nothing. So, like I said, apple has a month to "wow" me. After that, all bets are off. Of course the most important thing I need is a wifi sync with iTunes. Which doesn't exactly exist yet, whether I hack my Touch or not. I say "yet" with very high hopes.