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    Default view iphone as a hardrive

    is there any program so you can view the iphone like its a hardrive? so you can see the files and things like that on it?

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    Default Mac Alternative

    You could use AFPd. This way you can see your iphone as a computer conected to your wifi network. It is very straightforward if you use a Mac. Just connect with user:root and password:alpine (or dottie if you are using older firmware).

    You can also use this with windows but I don't know the network configuration needed.

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    Smile Found what you were looking for.


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    Or try Iphone PC Suite But you cant change permissions up to now as far as I know.


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    Quote Originally Posted by llamarada View Post
    Well, yes, but that costs $39... On Windows PCs, a phone running 1.1.x could be approached with iPhoneBrowser and iPhoneList. Not really mounted as a drive in Windows, but close.
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    To have it show up as a normal drive I think that the storage on the iphone will actually have to be formatted into another filesystem (FAT, FAT32, NTFS), rendering the iphone unable to read its own memory. To be honest, until they work out a hack to get the storage reformatted and change how the firmware reads filsesytems you are out of luck. The closest you will get is Iphone PC Suite and similar apps.

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    Im using a program called "diskaid" and works great and its free!

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    Quote Originally Posted by equlizer View Post
    Im using a program called "diskaid" and works great and its free!
    It's a bit unclear from their web page, but am I correct in thinking that this gives access to the Media folder only?
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    SSH Without WiFi (All you need is to dock it in to your computer)

    This is probably your best option only downside is that you have to find some WiFi network to install OpenSSH (Unless you already have it).
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