i going to come back here in a couple of mins to answer the one person comment about space on the unit ..for i really going to see how much space my programs are takeing up on the harddrive
My 32G is about 1/3 full and I am going to try and keep it below 50-75%. I expect that there will be means to add memory later. If not, I am not a memory hog and can always relocate some items.
Last edited by gentlefury; 05-15-2010 at 03:34 PM.
I try to keep about 10gb free on mine. It's a 64gb unit. If it looks too full I'll pull a movie or a couple of videos. I havent real anywhere that it needs so much memory free like a PC although that may be the case.
Most probably tapped on my iPad!
here is what my says.
audio-10.gb in the diff play list i made up from the desktop mp3 music file
photos-240.mbs === for i have photos of the grandkids and my kids on it along with photos of my girlfriend in photo section ..and it about 100 photos total
apps--9.gb of applications-x-dvd library--book-library- pantry app - games applications with the diff list of shopping items and other check list i keep on the ipad for travel and daily reminders list ..
so my free space is over 44.76 gbs of free space left over in the harddrive .. i had thought i had use more space than i did in the unit.. plus i just rounded up the numbers on what the system total to keep it even number
The "one question" in the thread title? . . . The thing we are discussing here? is ... :
Why do they want this? Because they do.
It is a perfectly valid answer to THE question.
We may not have any desire to jailbreak. I know I don't.
- There IS drag and drop file management in the iPad OS.
We are just unable to get to it.
- Of course Jailbreaks count! It proves that D&D already exists in the OS.
- The D&D that the jailbreakers have been able to do, were NOT added to the OS. They just used what is already there in the OS.
They just couldn't get to them until they jailbroke.
Asking and answering "What else would you like to see?" is not wrong.
But it IS what this thread is about.