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Thread: iPhoneBrowser test v1.60

  1. #21
    NetMage: in regards to setting permissions I use an app called iPhone PC Suite by NetDragon and it allows for the setting of permissions. Ive tried to upload it to the download sectiong many times but it never goes through. I dont know why?

  2. #22
    Thanks, but I believe that program requires installation of a daemon running on the phone to handle permissions, and I prefer to avoid that sort of thing - might as well use SSH via WiFi I think.


    Quote Originally Posted by Slayer View Post
    NetMage: in regards to setting permissions I use an app called iPhone PC Suite by NetDragon and it allows for the setting of permissions. Ive tried to upload it to the download sectiong many times but it never goes through. I dont know why?
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  3. #23
    Little of topic, but you can also you use the native app FileBrowser to change permissions on the fly.

    Any new on iPhoneBrowser NetMage?

  4. #24
    Not at the moment - I may release something interim and then wait to see what iTunes 7.7 with firmware 2.0 brings...
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  5. #25
    FYI, a quick test with iTunes 7.7 and firmware 1.1.3 seems to indicate that iPhoneBrowser will still work with the upgraded iTunes.
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    does this work with 2.0 firmware?

  7. #27
    While there may be some issues with using BossTool (or some other software) to increase Applications space, it does work with 2.0 according to other posts I've seen.
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  8. #28
    when I access my 2.0 ipod using 1.7.0.0 I do not get full access to the touch I need access to the applications folder to upload apps when I don't have wifi.

    I have attached image of what I see when I load iphonebrowser.
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    1stly, Thank you for this. I use a Mac at home, wifi and all, but at work, no wifi, no mac, so this can be a lifesave at times.

    I am using it right now. Phone is 1st gen on f-ware 2.0. Seems to work fine, but interestingly, the alias for applications that should be in the root directory does not show up. They are all there in private/stash/applications.cFLNUT(varies from phone to phone as I understand).

  10. #30
    im trying to use this program but it says that iphone is connected, not jailbroken at the bottom left. im pretty sure my phone is jailbroken cause i used ziphone to do it and i have installer on my iphone and i use tmobile.

    any suggestions?

  11. #31
    If iPhoneBrowser says you are not jailbroken, that means you do not have the afc2 service running (i.e. you are not jailbroken in the original meaning ).

    Try searching for some threads on afc2 to see how to enable the service. I think (maybe) later versions of ziphone implemented afc2 service creation?
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