iFile - The ultimate filesystem manager

Discussion in 'Jailbreak Applications & Tweaks' started by graywolf, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. Mickey330

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    Sure you can. Go to /var/mobile/Applications/[your app name here]/Documents. In that Documents folder are the documents the app has stored in its "sandbox."

    Well, at least that's where they are when/if I go to GoodReader or iAnnotate. I can't swear that's how it is in Numbers, because I don't have that app.

    Hope this helps.

    Marilyn
     
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    I know wolf said this was off topic but it got me curious. I'm new to the jail breaking thing and just wanted to check which Celeste I needed, there are several. One is an icon bundle, one is a theme and a couple of others. I want which ever is cheapest because I don't actually need anything other than being able to activate the gremlins and it's set me back a few quid already. Any help would be appreciated.

    Cheers

    Sent from my Jailbroken iPad 2 16Gb 3G using iPF
     
  3. OUTL4W

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    Either yourtube HD or Celeste Bluetooth file transfer has to be purchased.

    I chose YouTube HD....
     
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    Yep, got inpatient just done it. Is there any way of copying image files into the iPod folder so I can use it as album artwork? I've got a daft picture of myself for the cover of my new song and wondered how I would go about finding it on my iPad in the directories and also adding it to the iPod folder.

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  5. guthrien

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    I don't think it's as reliable with Apple apps. I love access to the file system mostly for this reason. IFile is one of the essentials.
     
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    Love ifile, been playing with that since I JB 2 days back. Looking forward to figuring it out more and adding my own little bits and pieces.
     
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    i can see the files in docs to go, but not in numbers or keynote... where would they be hiding? ifile doesn't have a search feature?
     
  8. guthrien

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    It does, but i believe the Apple apps store their data in a special database that is different than the document system of 3rd party apps. I don't think you can find iTunes music either.
     
  9. Christophxr

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    iFile is pretty awesome, and simply becomes more and more useful as you get more tweaks. If, for example, you have VLC, you can drop whatever videos you want to into the media folder using iFile to watch them. Or you can browse your folders using iFile and play any video you have saved anywhere by opening with VLC.

    Good stuff.
     
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    Hi
    I have install iFiles on my iPad2. but in list of directory, I can not see any file or directory of file system on iPad2.but in screen shots about iFiles on this topic there are all directory of file system.
    Of course I have already jailbreak my iPad.

    Thanks
     
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