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

    modmyi.com/wisync



    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:

    modmyi.com/wisync



    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. JedixJarf's Avatar
      JedixJarf -
      Sweet! Now I can setup an auto sync from a ringtone folder on my mac to my iPhones ringtone folder. I love you.
    1. Picartman's Avatar
      Picartman -
      I hope this comes out for Windows so I don't have to use iTunes anymore.
    1. jayc7176's Avatar
      jayc7176 -
      SoooOooo SoooOoo NICE
    1. kim1406's Avatar
      kim1406 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Picartman View Post
      I hope this comes out for Windows so I don't have to use iTunes anymore. :
      Yes, we need it for windows too.
    1. cosmoLV's Avatar
      cosmoLV -
      i just instlall mac os x86 on my PC nice to be in, but the problem is getting work network my nForce network controller not work with mac osx
    1. jujubeanser's Avatar
      jujubeanser -
      WOW,.... seriously that's all I have to say. It's insane the speed of development with everything that is, iphone. haha. These developers are GODS
    1. mikeb's Avatar
      mikeb -
      just installed it on 2 different Macs (10.4.10), but it won't start on either
    1. PunkyPurple's Avatar
      PunkyPurple -
      Quote Originally Posted by mikeb View Post
      just installed it on 2 different Macs (10.4.10), but it won't start on either
      I've got the same result. The program (wiSync) doesn't work. I'm also on OSX 10.4.10. Is there a system version requirement for this??
    1. marco's Avatar
      marco -
      I am on 10.4.11 and the app is not opening...
    1. CyberGreg's Avatar
      CyberGreg -
      Quote Originally Posted by mikeb View Post
      just installed it on 2 different Macs (10.4.10), but it won't start on either
      Quote Originally Posted by PunkyPurple View Post
      I've got the same result. The program (wiSync) doesn't work. I'm also on OSX 10.4.10. Is there a system version requirement for this??
      Quote Originally Posted by marco View Post
      I am on 10.4.11 and the app is not opening...
      From the developers web site:
      Quote Originally Posted by system requirements View Post
      Mac Requirements:

      Mac OSX 10.4 Tiger or Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard
      A wireless network connection
      Remote Login must be enabled on your Mac
      Do any of you have Remote login, enabled?
    1. francis's Avatar
      francis -
      Thanks for pointing out the app opening issue, its a specific issue with Xcode 3.0 that relates to Tiger, its a small fix and its being worked on right now, watch for an update within the next hour.

      Greg, yes of course Remote Login must be enabled, but it does not affect the app opening, it will open but certain functions will fail (SSH publickey auth in particular). And good luck with your situation, hope you get back up soon
    1. Clem-Clone's Avatar
      Clem-Clone -
      I cannot get this to work, I've followed all directions from even the earlier versions.
      I've tried this on 3 Macs now, and it does nothing.
    1. Cody Overcash's Avatar
      Cody Overcash -
      Quote Originally Posted by Clem-Clone View Post
      I cannot get this to work, I've followed all directions from even the earlier versions.
      I've tried this on 3 Macs now, and it does nothing.
      please read up one post from yours

      Quote Originally Posted by francisois View Post
      Thanks for pointing out the app opening issue, its a specific issue with Xcode 3.0 that relates to Tiger, its a small fix and its being worked on right now, watch for an update within the next hour.

      Greg, yes of course Remote Login must be enabled, but it does not affect the app opening, it will open but certain functions will fail (SSH publickey auth in particular). And good luck with your situation, hope you get back up soon
    1. rohit_baba's Avatar
      rohit_baba -
      I have problem

      I have followed all the instructions,
      I am using leopard.
      I have remote login turned on,
      I have got now i witoggle in my iphone, but when i click on it black screen come up andit throws me back to home screen, i do not get prompt for force sync

      please help

      Thanks

      Dev
    1. iAlexander's Avatar
      iAlexander -
      Quote Originally Posted by rohit_baba View Post
      I have problem

      I have followed all the instructions,
      I am using leopard.
      I have remote login turned on,
      I have got now i witoggle in my iphone, but when i click on it black screen come up andit throws me back to home screen, i do not get prompt for force sync

      please help

      Thanks

      Dev
      I have the exact same problem on my 1.1.2 iTouch. The app is there, but it just goes black when I launch it.
    1. TatesMan's Avatar
      TatesMan -
      windows version plz
    1. eyallevi9's Avatar
      eyallevi9 -
      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?
      2. how do i uninstall the witoggle?
      Thank you all,
    1. francis's Avatar
      francis -
      #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.

      #2: The direct shell commands used by this tool make it extremely fast, much faster than anything AFP can give you.

      #3: rsync - the functional part of this tool, is extremely efficient, it detects files that have changed and ignores those that haven't, allowing you to have an updated working copy of your Mac's sync dir on your iPhone/iTouch at all times.

      #4: A one-click or no-click procedure is much more user-friendly than having to connect AFP, browse to the folder, select the files and send, especially when you simply want to synchronize everything there.



      And to uninstall wiToggle.app, simply delete the file from your Applications directory, and an automatic sync disabler function will be added soon, so watch out for it
    1. DVB+'s Avatar
      DVB+ -
      How about security, is there some sort of keygenerator that would make sure that my iphone wont connect to some other mac while i am out and about?
    1. francis's Avatar
      francis -
      DVB+, your iPhone will not connect to another mac simply because your devices havent shared public keys, so the script will simply quit. However, we are looking into using hostnames instead of IP's and this has 2 advantages - specifically, it will work even if you're IP's change, and more importantly, it will only try to connect to your specific mac, not any other computers. Unfortunately, this will be slightly slower than using direct IP sync, but if we can get it working reasonably, the advantages outweigh the disadvantages