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I can't luck my video

Discussion in 'International iPad Users' started by ayeni muyiwa, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. ayeni muyiwa
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    ayeni muyiwa iPF Noob

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    Good day friends.i have private movies on my video folder on the iPad 2 that I don't want everybody to have access to. I downloaded some luck folders, that doesn't work with it. Whenever I want to luck these videos, it takes me to the picture scroll, but my videos that I want to luck are on video folder. These are downloaded video from my pc . I want to luck them on my ipad. Please how do I go about this.
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    Make sure your iPad has a pass code so that a person cannot just start using your iPad without your permission. That is your primary layer of defense. As an iPad is a personal device, it is not possible to lock or hide individual files.
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    I have no idea how it works, but a quick Google search for "ipad video player password" took me to this video on youtube:

    iPhone iPad Video Player, Replayer : Folder protection by passcode - YouTube
    Which seems to do precisely what you are trying to accomplish.
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    Yes, that sounds like the best route to go. It is essentially a third party video player that allows you to set up folders within the app for video files and put a pass code on the individual folders.

    OP, note that you will have to import your video file into that app rather than the normal sync movies option via iTunes, due to the way Apple have iOS devices sandboxed.

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