Is this possible??

Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by addiosamigo, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. addiosamigo

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    Can I access my ipads file system through my iPhone and vice versa?? say I got data from appbackup on my iPad, and I want it on my iPhone, is there a way to transfer the data without a pc?? My iPad can pretty do what my laptop can now! I can download any file using safari downloader, access it using ifile, hell I can even download torrents! (legal ones).
     
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  2. DaveSt

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    Jailbreak + iFile will let you access the file systems and transfer files between devices without a PC.
     
  3. addiosamigo

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    thanks dave, I realised that ifile can send over bluetooth, I sent a 130mb file from my iphone to my ipad!

    that was fun! :eek:
     
  4. Digikid

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    What speed did it go at?
     
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    get Air Sharing and put it on both devices...it will let you access each other...I can get into my gfs iPad if she has it running on hers and I open mine. And it's over WiFi so no BT bottleneck!
     
  6. DaveSt

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    I can't believe Air Sharing will let you access the file system of a device though will it? I doubt Apple would approve such a thing.

    iFile will also allow WiFi transfers if you prefer. I never thought about trying Bluetooth though, sounds interesting.
     
  7. addiosamigo

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    @digikid, it didn't say, but it took 15 mins!
    @gentlefury, how do you do that??
    @davest, how do you do it over wifi??
     
  8. Digikid

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    Ouch....too slow.

    Thanks for the heads up add.
     
  9. DaveSt

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    When I transferred files between devices, I used the web server functionality which I am assuming was done over WiFi. I guess I can't say for sure, but I almost never have bluetooth turned on. I honestly didn't know you could do a direct file transfer cia bluetooth. iFile has a ton of functionality, but finding out what those functions are can be a challenge at times.
     
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    What do you do with torrents on the iPad? If they are downloaded where are they downloaded to? Can you then email the torrent? How? How does the iPad know if the torrent is legal?
     

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