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Hey All - As many on here, i connect to my iPhone's file system often. I use WinSCP, DiskAid, and iFile if I don't have immediate access to a computer.
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    Hey All -

    As many on here, i connect to my iPhone's file system often. I use WinSCP, DiskAid, and iFile if I don't have immediate access to a computer.

    If I am connected via WinSCP or DiskAid and am in the /private/var/mobile/Applications path, the sub-folders do not have the apps's names, but are seemingly in HEX or something else (Attached screenshot.)

    Is there a way to get it to translate to show the app names instead? I have to search each one if I need to copy a file or game save backup over. I seem to remember seeing them a couple times when using iFile (or something similar.)

    I will use a different (Windows) app or even change configs if need be. Perhaps it's as easy as going to a different remote path.

    Thanks!
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    open each of the (numbered) files, you will see the name of the application inside.

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    Yes - thank you. i know that. It's how I've always found them. i just am seeing if I'm overlooking a different approach where i don't have to open each of my 100+ folders to find a specific app.

    Thanks

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    Not sure about winscp and diskaid, but in the new version of iFile, in settings you can turn on the display of application names instead of showing those numbers.

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    i second you with this problem! surprised that u still havent got the solution !

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    Can someone give me the entire "Contacts.app" and "Maps.app" folder from root/system applications please ! ! ! i messed up and i dont have the icon to them anymore. would really appreciate it after 4 months of no help

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    Quote Originally Posted by BzowK View Post
    Yes - thank you. i know that. It's how I've always found them. i just am seeing if I'm overlooking a different approach where i don't have to open each of my 100+ folders to find a specific app.

    Thanks
    i believe thats the paid version

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