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Thread: Extracting .png files from iPhone

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    Default Extracting .png files from iPhone
    Is there a way to extract .png files from the MobileMusicPlayer.app directory? More specifically, I'd like to get my hands on the buttons at the bottom of the ipod (ie: Videos; Artists; More; etc). Any ideas?

    I'm no terminal expert but I know you can 'putfiles' onto the phone (such as ringtones). Is there a command that extracts???

    Thanks!

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    I was going to ask the same myself. What you should do is just mount your iPhone to your desktop. It extracts all the files from your iPhone. Heres the link for the HowTo courtesy of our MMi wiki

    http://www.modmyi.com/wiki/index.php...the_iPhone_DMG

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    the info on how to mount looks like its only for OS X... is therr a PC version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaforgottenone View Post
    the info on how to mount looks like its only for OS X... is therr a PC version?
    Unfortunatley not at this time

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    Awesome! Thanks for the info. I just tried it and got the terminal response I was suppose to receive:

    12 skip=4 conv=sync
    30710+1 records in
    30711+0 records out
    15724032 bytes transferred in 0.376880 secs (41721569 bytes/sec)

    ....however, nothing was mounted?? iTunes is not open. Any ideas?

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    Check your phonedmg folder. You probably have the decrypted .dmg in there and just didn't double-click it.
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    Does anyone know how to extract the .dmg files that are found in the restore file. I have a pc, so if anyone knows how to extract on a pc I would really appreciate the info.

    Thanks,

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    So far it hasn't been done that Ive seen.
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