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Thread: MobileFinder for 2.0+ is back for jb iphones

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    Default MobileFinder for 2.0+ is back for jb iphones
    just installed it, works good so far, u can get it on Cydia

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    yep another saurik take over
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    2 broken wrists so give me a break. no more 2007 Yamaha r6

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    o thank god its here.

    saurik is the man

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    I'm getting a saurik tattoo , your the effing revolution!
    Your a machine man!

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    how do you get to the root folder like when you ssh so you can go to any folder

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    I have a "wired" version (hacked 2.0) mobile finder already with symlinks so I think I am good to go, but the curiosity is getting the best of me.......

    I'm guessing since the 2.0 app is owned by the dev, the 1.x app has been ported instead.

    EDIT: Yep, and it works pretty darn good. Application launch is on by default, so don't forget to go into settings and turn it off or it''ll try and launch when you go into a program and kinda cause a ruckus.

    Someone try the permissions settings and see if it saves the permissions change.
    Last edited by one1; 09-23-2008 at 10:44 AM.
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    Did any one make it possible to start up at "/"

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMacMar View Post
    Did any one make it possible to start up at "/"
    Under settings, turn on system file access.

    Glad to see this app back!!

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    only problem im having, everytime i exit the program and go back in the settings dont save, anyway to fix this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaysmi29 View Post
    only problem im having, everytime i exit the program and go back in the settings dont save, anyway to fix this?
    You're right. I guess its a permissions issue. I will have to SSH in when I get home. Tried altering permissions through itself but it didnt work.

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    I have yet to find a way to save the settings for this version I wonder if the app even writes a settings file

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    what's the ideal permission to set, all try it when I go on lunch

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    I fixed the prefs saving issue by:
    chmod 777 /Applications/Finder.app
    chmod 777 /Applications/Finder.app/Finder
    chmod 777 /Applications/Finder.app/Finder_

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    Looks like the email issue doesn't work, or the send button. I was hoping this would work so I could send videos I have recorded from Cycorder to my website. When you click send, then email, it just opens a blank email. I love that MobileFinder is back! Saurik you rock. If I could have that one email feature, this app would be absolutely perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrentzke View Post
    I fixed the prefs saving issue by:
    chmod 777 /Applications/Finder.app
    chmod 777 /Applications/Finder.app/Finder
    chmod 777 /Applications/Finder.app/Finder_
    work like a champ, saved settings are holding up, thanks

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    It was also not saving the bookmarks. I did this to fix that:

    chmod 777 /var/mobile/Library/MobileFinder/Bookmarks

    Warning: be careful when you delete a bookmark - it actually deletes the folder and not the bookmark. You can recover from this by moving the deleted folder out of the /var/mobile/Library/MobileFinder/Trash folder back to its original place.
    Last edited by jrentzke; 09-24-2008 at 07:58 AM.

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    Is this better than the one on the App Store? Can you also connect over wifi to transfer files?

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    I was excited to see a send option, but like the previous post, it just loads a blank email form.

    This would be a fantastic feature if anybody knows a way to fix it!

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    I narrowed down the permissions problem that prevents settings from saving (I also noticed it prevented my custom GUI from applying to the Finder app). On install, the file "Finder_" has its permissions set to 4755 instead of 0755. Once you set the permissions properly it'll work fine, no need to touch the Finder.app folder itself or any other files inside of it.

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