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Thread: Disk Aid instead of OpenSSH

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    Default Disk Aid instead of OpenSSH
    I live near on my college campus and use its wifi. As a result, I can't get OpenSSH to work. Is there a way around this? I did some searching online and learned that I could use a free download of Disk Aid, essentially in the same manner as OpenSSH (except that it requires USB). Is this true?
    Also, since I'm new to OpenSSH'ing, where's the best place to start (i.e. most comprehensive how-to)?

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    My personal favourite ssh alternative is iFunbox.
    As far as a tutorial goes, theres not much to it, plug your phone in and then you can view the raw file system just like you would a pc or mac. You can edit/replace/remove files, but obv you need to be careful as dwleting the wrong ones can force you to restore! As for where things are its easiest just to look around the files and get to know it, thats what i done! (for doing that its probs best to use ifile on your device, much easier to navigate)

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    Also from cydia you will want afc2add. I think that's it's name but you'll need that for complete control of all directories.

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    I just read that iFunbox isn't Mac compatible, know of anything similar that is?

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