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    Hi,

    I did couple of video recording using Cyorder,
    now I want to move these video files to my pc so i can share them..

    any idea how?



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    You have 2 options:

    1st option: Install DiskAid on your PC or MAC and then you can connect to your iPhone using the USB cable.

    2nd option: Install OpenSSH thru Cydia and use a program on your PC called WinSCP (username: root password: alpine)

    Regards,
    Moe

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    Hi,

    I do want as well to share my videos.

    I have OpenSSH thru Cydia and WinSCP. Can you tell me me in wich folder the video is located?


    Regards and Happy Holidays!

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    you will find it under:

    /private/var/mobile/Media/MxTube

    Regards,
    Moe

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    Thanks Moe,


    Regards,

    JL


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    Default Warning

    When you have OpenSSH installed, don't forget to change your root and mobile passwords. If you don't, your iPhone is a sitting duck for hacker attacks whenever it is connected to any kind of public network. For example, one hacker tried SSH logins on the full range of IP addresses that a Dutch carrier allocated to iPhones on its 3G network. That's about every iPhone 3G in the country. All those who had installed OpenSSH but didn't change both these passwords (they are both alpine initially) saw lots of personal data stolen from them.

    Moe, next time you recommend noobs to install OpenSSH, please mention this.
    iPhone 3GS / 3.1.2 JB (PwnageTool) / 04.26.08 carrier-locked, Carrier Logo Fixer / Cydia / 1000 posts on Hackint0sh

    Installing Cydia programs on a phone that has no internet connection: read this.

    Editing binary .plist, .strings, .nib and .xib files:
    * on your computer: Windows tool / conversion website.
    * on your iPhone: convert those files in a terminal with plutil (installed with Erica Utilities) or edit them with iFile (Cydia links).

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    Hi Jim,

    Can you explain me how to change those 2 passwords please?

    Thank you for your wise advise,


    Regards,

    JL

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    Quote Originally Posted by geekphone View Post
    Hi Jim,

    Can you explain me how to change those 2 passwords please?

    Thank you for your wise advise,


    Regards,

    JL
    You need either a terminal on your phone itself (MobileTerminal from Cydia) or a terminal connection to your phone via SSH (PuTTY is usually bundled with WinSCP; you can even start it from there. The connection parameters are the same as with WinSCP). Log in as root and type
    passwd
    after which you can change the root password; then type
    passwd mobile
    and change the password for user mobile. It is not a problem if you make it the same as the root password, but it should be different from "alpine".
    iPhone 3GS / 3.1.2 JB (PwnageTool) / 04.26.08 carrier-locked, Carrier Logo Fixer / Cydia / 1000 posts on Hackint0sh

    Installing Cydia programs on a phone that has no internet connection: read this.

    Editing binary .plist, .strings, .nib and .xib files:
    * on your computer: Windows tool / conversion website.
    * on your iPhone: convert those files in a terminal with plutil (installed with Erica Utilities) or edit them with iFile (Cydia links).

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    Thanks a lot Jim!

    Dan, I don't have the ..."MxRube" folder using Cycorder. Any clue?


    Ragards,

    --JL

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    Quote Originally Posted by geekphone View Post
    Thanks a lot Jim!

    Dan, I don't have the ..."MxRube" folder using Cycorder. Any clue?


    Ragards,

    --JL
    That's not the right location. You will find Cycorder recordings in /var/mobile/Media/Videos.

    iPhone 3GS / 3.1.2 JB (PwnageTool) / 04.26.08 carrier-locked, Carrier Logo Fixer / Cydia / 1000 posts on Hackint0sh

    Installing Cydia programs on a phone that has no internet connection: read this.

    Editing binary .plist, .strings, .nib and .xib files:
    * on your computer: Windows tool / conversion website.
    * on your iPhone: convert those files in a terminal with plutil (installed with Erica Utilities) or edit them with iFile (Cydia links).


 

 
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