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Thread: Using iPhone to change files?

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    Default Using iPhone to change files?
    is there away to ssh into the iPhone using the phone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whoadie View Post
    is there away to ssh into the iPhone using the phone?
    I'm confused. SSH into yourself? or one iPhone to a different iPhone?

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    Straight from the iPhone?

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    :S i think wot u need is a file app. i cant think of one at the moment but theres at least 2 that allow u to see the files on an iphone and copy, paste and move files.
    Being an i can be a lot of pressure. you have to live right up to the small point.

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    You can use command lines in Terminal


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    Thanks!

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    Or MobileFinder... just be sure to turn on system files if you need to access the root partition.

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