Access FileSystem Using Windows Explorer?

Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by unknown1337, Apr 13, 2009.

  1. unknown1337

    unknown1337 Member

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    Is it possible to use the iPT2G as a removable storage disk on Windows (access the filesystem through USB, but using the Windows Explorer)?
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    Im used to the Windows Explorer thing, and it would be pretty nifty
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    you could always TRY using the DCIM as removable storage. it might not work, but it is always opened by Win Explorer
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    cant write to it, only read.
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    FlashDrive application from app store, used as a wi-fi flash drive.
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    Use i-Funbox. when you plug in you ipod you see the general storage folder. I sue it all the time

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    iFunbox is nice because there is no install. just unzip to your desktop and run it.
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    Get mobilestudio from appstore, create symlink, then go into windows explorer and connect to ipod, then click the symlink

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