Edit: ops, didn't see outofbreath's post. :/ I'll leave it anyway
Mobile app is a cool app, need lots of improvements, but is quite nice.
The problem with it is that is design to a jailed phone, and therefore you can't
browser nothing more than the regular folders that comes with it.
Fear not, you can change that.
What you'll need:
iPhone with 2.0+ firm
MobileFinder app installed (via iTunes or manually installed)
10 grams of brain - This is the most important thing!
Now, ssh into your iphone and cd your way to the app Documents directory. This may be /Applications/Documents (if you installed manually the .app) or
XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX is where iTunes installed the app, since you may have tons of it, to quick find it type these commands:
This last command will give you something like this:
find ./ -name *MobileFinder*
Now you know that XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX is in fact 12345678-FFFF-CCCC-AAAA-1234567890123.
Let's cd into the proper Documents directory and create the necessary symlinks
For iTunes installed:
For the manually installed:
And create the symlinks:
Open MobileFinder. Now you'll see two folders there: Home & Root.
ln -s /private/var/mobile/ Home
ln -s / Root
Home takes you to the mobile user home directory, and root to the root of the file system :fail of course.
Now some words: BE EXTRA CAREFUL! Don't delete/modify what you don't know what it is. If you are not comfortable with the OSX file system, don't do this!
Well, thats it. Enjoy it.