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Don't know if you guys have come across this, but I've found it to be very handy. It's a combination driver/program that will allow you to mount your iPhone on
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    Thumbs up Mac Users: Mount your iPhone as a Hard drive
    Don't know if you guys have come across this, but I've found it to be very handy. It's a combination driver/program that will allow you to mount your iPhone on your desktop and access your files (read/write) just like it was a Hard drive.

    Visit: http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/

    Note: Before using this, you need to SSH into your iPhone so an encryption key can be generated.

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    If this works, Ill be so happy. It will be so much easier than using ssh.
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    I'll give it a try, thanks. I had problem using Cyberduck to backup iPhone files (and sub dirs) to mac disk.

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    Did it work?

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    It worked for me. you have to install MacFuse and SSHFS. First Put SSHF Somewhere (i put mine in Applications), next install MacFuse, restart your computer. when it restarts run SSHFS and first type in your iphones ip address, then type in your name(default is root) and lastly you must type in "/". it will then ask for your password( default for 1.0.2 is dottie and 1.1.1 is alpine) then your good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurisko View Post
    Note: Before using this, you need to SSH into your iPhone so an encryption key can be generated.
    more explanations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blaakmambaa View Post
    more explanations?
    This program counts on the fact that your computer is already paired with your iPhone. The first time you connect to your iPhone through SSH, it creates a pairing key in your home directly in the folder ".ssh", this takes about 30 to 40 seconds for the encryption key to be generated.
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