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Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by dss862, Mar 28, 2019.
is there a way to access the root directory of ipad pro 2018?
I’ve moved you post to it’s own thread as it was unrelated to the thread topic.
Hello and welcome to the forum! As to your question above, iOS is an 'app-centric' operating system rather than a hierarchical file system like macOS (using Finder) or Windows (using Explorer), so the native iOS is not accessible to analysis that allows you to view files/folders/roots - an option is 'jailbreaking', described briefly below (check link for much more detail; also the 'hacking forum' where your thread was placed has plenty of information on this topic - look at the post listings).
You might want to provide the iOS on your iPad Pro (assume the most recent one, i.e. 12.2) - I've never 'jailbreaked' my iPads (have had a half dozen between wife & myself since 2011), so cannot provide any more information - not sure which recent iOSs are 'breakable' - hopefully others w/ experience will 'chime in' - plus, you may want to tell us your reasons for wanting 'root directory access', i.e. there might be other solutions, just saying? Good luck - Dave