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Is there any way to get into the individual application folders. I can get to /applications, but from there, you cant get into the folders for those applications. I want
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    Default MobileFinder question
    Is there any way to get into the individual application folders. I can get to /applications, but from there, you cant get into the folders for those applications. I want to be able to change the names of the icons on the springboard from my phone by editing the localizedapplicationsnames.string or whatever, but I cant find it...
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    Yes, you can get to any folders in Finder...on the top row..you see the back, finder, settings, apple, and ~ button? tap on the ~ button...there it will take you to the Library and Media folders...and there you go..just tap on whatever you need...on and on...

    To edit, you will also need to install MobileTextEdit, it goes hand-in-hand with Finder.

    Goodluck.

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    That doesn't exactly answer my question. In squid and ifuntastic, you can open the folders for applications which contain the icons, images, and whatever else. I can't do that in finder.
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    yea, you need to turn the "Launch Applications" option off. thus, when you double click an .app, it opens (like a directory) rather than launching.

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