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Thread: How do i add roms without wifi??

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    Default How do i add roms without wifi??
    i have tried everything that i could think of an the programs that allow me to do it are for windows is there any help out there



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    roms for what?????
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    wait, you have a mac? surely you have built in wifi (airport) Install afp on you phone. Set up a network on your mac and connect to it with your phone. Connect to it via the "Connect to server..." menu with your phones ip address.
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    iShare / Sendspace.com

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    Sorry

    You can install ishare found in installer.
    Then go to sendspace on your computer. Upload your ROMs or theme, Then go back to iShare and download the ROMs or Theme to your iPhone.

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    duhhhhhh
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    yes the sendspace is a great way to do it but i need to be able to add the ROMs folder because I have not yet added the folder to my 1.1.3 firmware.... and most the other programs are for windows

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    Use MobileFinder to create the folder

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    it keeps saying download failed????

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    I found a solution! First, installer Finder and go to var/mobile/Media/ROMs. Tap the ROM folder (GBA, GAMEBOY, GENESIS, NES, or SNES). Then tap Modify. Finally, tap all the read, write, and excute. Now you can donload roms!
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    Here's a better solution I got from El Zippo at the Lonman06 Website. It's easy. You need installer WinSCP if you haven't.

    El Zippo // May 30, 2008 at 3:34 am

    I did not use term-vt100.

    Instead I used WinSCP.
    How to:

    1. In WinSCP, click on “Files”, then select “Custom Commands”. Click “Enter”.

    2. A window will appear. In the space provided paste this: chown -hR mobile /var/mobile/Media/ROMs/GAMEBOY
    provided that it’s gameboy games that you want to save.

    3. Do not change anything else and select “OK”.

    4. It should tell you that “… Separate shell session may be opened to…”. Select “OK”.

    5. This should do the trick!

    Not it will help you save you ROMS, but you can download ROMs from iShare.
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    AFP is the best and easiest way to go IMO.

    - Download AFP in Installer
    - Connect both your Mac and iPhone on the same WiFi Network
    - (on your Mac) hit cntrl/apple key + K and access the iphone root system
    - go over to /var/mobile/media/ and add in a "ROMs" folder
    - now depending on what emulator u have (lets say u have NES) inside the "ROMs" folder, add a "NES" folder and add all your ROMs there by dragging them from your Mac to that folder. easy as that. if you have any questions, feel free to PM me. =) GL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesomeiPod View Post
    Here's a better solution I got from El Zippo at the Lonman06 Website. It's easy. You need installer WinSCP if you haven't.

    El Zippo // May 30, 2008 at 3:34 am

    I did not use term-vt100.

    Instead I used WinSCP.
    How to:

    1. In WinSCP, click on “Files”, then select “Custom Commands”. Click “Enter”.

    2. A window will appear. In the space provided paste this: chown -hR mobile /var/mobile/Media/ROMs/GAMEBOY
    provided that it’s gameboy games that you want to save.

    3. Do not change anything else and select “OK”.

    4. It should tell you that “… Separate shell session may be opened to…”. Select “OK”.

    5. This should do the trick!

    Not it will help you save you ROMS, but you can download ROMs from iShare.
    Minor problems being the OP doesn't have Windows or wifi!
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    I just posted something I shouldn't have...Sorry
    Last edited by Broomhead; 07-09-2008 at 01:59 PM. Reason: warez info

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    no warez

    And the thread starter "ip0n3" doesn't have wifi

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