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Thread: afc2add, iphone browser explorer, ifunbox, diskaid, etc...

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    Default afc2add, iphone browser explorer, ifunbox, diskaid, etc...
    here's the thing, i want to browse my iphone folder system in order to move or paste files.
    i want to do this via usb.
    i don't want the computer to need any software in order to do this. so that means NO iphone browser, explorer, ifunbox, etc...
    i want to be able to plug my phone into any random computer and copy or paste files from/to it.
    capiche?

    any suggestions? from what i gather afc2add doesn't allow that, it is just a fix to allow me to use the above mentioned programs. but i don't want the computer to need to have a program on it.

    thanks.

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    Not possible without any software dude.

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    The only thing you can do like that is photos and vids, straight through "my computer">your device in pc.

    Accessing root files does require an SSH client.

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    I don't know of any way of communicating with afc without a program

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    There is a Disk Mode extension available for purchase in (I believe) one of the stock repos, but it just partitions your flash memory to a specified size and makes one of them a removable USB drive. You still can't access files one the OS, but you can use it for general storage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chm80 View Post
    Not possible without any software dude.
    That's not true. There's pwntunes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crosseyes View Post
    There is a Disk Mode extension available for purchase in (I believe) one of the stock repos, but it just partitions your flash memory to a specified size and makes one of them a removable USB drive. You still can't access files one the OS, but you can use it for general storage.
    Yeah it's called USB drive, right? I have that one. It's good for what you say, solely functioning as a partition, but nothing else.

    There is pwntunes, which I have hopes for but is still buggy and it doesn't work on macs either, both of which are a problem for a $12.99 app...

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    I never found a disk mode extension. Do you in fact mean USB Drive? Just curious.

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