iFile app

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by psk2299, May 2, 2014.

  1. psk2299

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    All these apps (for which you've posted links) are not the same as the jail break app called "iFile."

    These apps are just apps to store and view files you've downloaded to your iPad. They are like a big file cabinet of "stuff." However, you can't access the iPad's system or other apps. They probably support the "open in" function, but not full system access.

    The jail break app "iFile" allows you to access the file system of the iPad. Having it and using it is like being able to access your computer - you can get into anything, go anywhere and do anything on the iPad (or any iDevice for that matter). It truly opens up the iPad.

    However, iFile (and thus full system access) is only available to jail broken devices and will never be found in the AppStore.

    Marilyn
     
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    Partly because iFile will let you break your iPad, or at least the iOS installation. Apple doesn't want the tech calls.

    "With great file access comes great responsibility." -- to paraphrase Uncle Ben. :D
     

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