iFile - The ultimate filesystem manager

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

  1. OUTL4W

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    Sorry not thru ifile....perhaps safari upload enabler will though.
     
  2. Bob Maxey

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    One thing I always point out when discussing iFile (and someone might have mentioned it before) is to be aware of iFiles. That program is available on iTunes and it does not do what iFile does. I have argued the merits of both programs before and some do not understand that iFile is for jailbroken iStuff.

    The Col is correct. iFile is wunnerfull. Just saying . . .
     
  3. Bob Maxey

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    Ignore my post. I see you have that covered.

    Note to self: Try reading, Bob
     
  4. LucyFan1975

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    I am new to iPads, and I am not real savvy about tech talk...so I am sorry if this is a dumb question. I think jail breaking is not good???? But SO many people do it to all kinds of devices, so there must be real benifits. Is it true that if you do jail break your device then you can never get any more updates? Thanks
     
  5. graywolf

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    I was just going to tell you that.:)
     
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    what i dont like is that you cant easily select lots of files and cut and paste - or sort by 'type'
     
  8. graywolf

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    You can select multiple items at a time.
    Tap "edit" in the top right. Then tap on each file you want to cut or copy.
    Then tap the clipboard icon in the bottom right and tap copy or cut.

    As for sorting, tap the gear icon in the bottom left, and in the window that pops up, you can sort using different ways in the "sort criteria" and "sort order" menus.
     
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    Merry Christmas, by the way. Santa will soon arrive and there will be peace on the third large rock from Sol.
     
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    Aren't there some differences between the free/trial version and the paid version of iFile? I do not know, but it explains why, on another forum, some people say you can set iFile to use file names rather than the string of characters that ID some things like music files and why it does not work like that for other users.

    I bought the paid version, so I am not sure.
     
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