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Thread: Accesing iPhone filesystem

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    Default Accesing iPhone filesystem
    Is it possible to access the iPhone filesystem without first installing any 3rd party apps on the iPhone? If so could one of you kind people please point me in the right direction. For example if I want to only remove factory ringtones and wallpapers. Thank you.

  2. #2
    Breezy is the only program that I know of for the Mac. Hope it works.
    http://iphone.exploit.org/breezy/Breezy-20071009.zip

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    blarivee (2007-11-13)

  4. #3
    Thanks Dash-2. You mentioned Windows app too. What windows app are available that can do the same thing in case Breezy doesn't work out?

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    My favorite is iPhoneBrowser.
    You can also try iPhoneList and iBrickr.

    Just do a google search for each. =D

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    blarivee (2007-11-14)

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    Thank you Dash-2 very much. Yoy have been very helpful. Another question popped up, will any of those programs work with a phone that is not jailbroken (iphone runs off AT&T network)?

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    I don't think that iPhoneBrowser and Ibrickr works without jailbreak; not sure about iphonelist. Hope that helps.

  9. #7
    You are very welcome blarivee!
    I just tested it with the dad's unjailbroken phone and all you can access is:
    /var/root/Media
    which actually just comes up as "root".
    The only thing you can really do with that is pull your Camera Roll pictures off.

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