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    Default [SwirlyMMS] Change mms store folder?

    I have an iphone 1.1.2 and therefor I can't view /private/var/mobile/MMSfiles inn Mobilefinder. I need the mms-store directory to be /private/var/root/MMSfiles!
    But how???

    So if anyone can help me whit either change Swirlymms's directory, or find a way to view the /private/var/mobile/MMSfiles directory in Mobilefinder, it will be greatly appreciated!!!


    Thanks, Ace
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjetilac View Post
    I have an iphone 1.1.2 and therefor I can't view /private/var/mobile/MMSfiles inn Mobilefinder. I need the mms-store directory to be /private/var/root/MMSfiles!
    But how???

    So if anyone can help me whit either change Swirlymms's directory, or find a way to view the /private/var/mobile/MMSfiles directory in Mobilefinder, it will be greatly appreciated!!!


    Thanks, Ace
    have you tried to SSH into ur phone and create your own directory under var/ and just create a folder called Mobile then under that create a folder called MMSfiles?? sort of like what you do to get your NES, SNES, Genesis etc. to find the ROMs...im pretty sure that should work man...
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    Don't need to do that, it's there already. I can use winscp to find/view the mms in the /var/mobile/mmsfiles folder, but the problem is that i can't view the on my iphone. The browser(mobilefinder/mobilepreview) won't access the /var/mobile, cause it's set to /var/root?? so I need to either change the browser settings or the mms storing directory.
    Last edited by kjetilac; 04-06-2008 at 02:57 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjetilac View Post
    Don't need to do that, it's there already. I can use winscp to find/view the mms in the /var/mobile/mmsfiles folder, but the problem is that i can't view the on my iphone. The browser(mobilefinder/mobilepreview) won't access the /var/mobile, cause it's set to /var/root?? so I need to either change the browser settings or the mms storing directory.
    ooh well all u have to do is go 2 settings under MobileFinder and set it to whatever you want it to start as and turn the "return on last viewed" option off...

    for more in depth...where it says startup do ~/Media/MMSFiles and you should b good...and turn "start in last location off"....
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    You could also try to run this command in your terminal app:
    ln -s /private/var/mobile/MMSfiles /private/var/root/MMSfiles
    Last edited by mikrohard; 04-06-2008 at 11:56 AM. Reason: spelling


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    Solved it! All i had to do, was to switch on the "System file Access" button! Diden't thinke browsing folders had anything to do whit accessing system files. But now I know.

    thanks for the replys guys!!
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