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Thread: Iphone file manegement

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    Default Iphone file manegement
    Ok so I'm pretty sure...actually I know for a fact this question has been brought up, it's a simple question and if I thought of it somebody else did too. Also let it be know I looked for the answer but couldn't find it so I figured it would be easier to just post the question myself, sorry if it annoys anybody. But my question is how can I access my Iphone's files through my computer, like a file browser so that I can edit files from my computer. For example I noticed people want to change the boot screen logo and a suggestion was to replace the image with another image with the same name, I couldn't even do that as I don't know how.

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    Which OS are you using?

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    windows for me.

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    The two tools I use are iPhoneBrowser:
    http://code.google.com/p/iphonebrowser/

    and

    WinSCP (requires OpenSSH to be installed on your iPhone):

    http://winscp.net/eng/index.php

    iPhoneBrowser requires your iPhone to be connected to the computer via your USB cable; WinSCP works through your friendly neighborhood Wi-Fi network.

    EDIT: By the way, I use Windows Vista Home Premium, if that helps.

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    The two tools I use are iPhoneBrowser:
    http://code.google.com/p/iphonebrowser/

    and

    WinSCP (requires OpenSSH to be installed on your iPhone):

    http://winscp.net/eng/index.php

    iPhoneBrowser requires your iPhone to be connected to the computer via your USB cable; WinSCP works through your friendly neighborhood Wi-Fi network.

    EDIT: By the way, I use Windows Vista Home Premium, if that helps.
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    Will either one of those work with a phone that isn't jailbroken? All I wanna' do is change the SMS received tone to an .mp3 I have. I read somewhere that all you have to do is rename the .mp3 to .caf and choose a file to replace wherever the sms tones are.
    Thanks!

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