Full res. pics

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by dualcorex, Oct 13, 2007.

  1. dualcorex

    dualcorex New Member

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    Now that the ipod is jailbroken, can we place our pictures thorugh the cilients into the ipod, so they are in full rezolution and dont go through the optimizing thing?
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    Roflcopter_Down New Member

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  3. daggerx

    daggerx New Member

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    hi everyone!

    i tried but have no idea of where to put them..
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    1337chaos Well-Known Member

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    the thing is... someone would have to make a third party picture viewing app for the ipod touch before you could do this. the ipod touch photo viewer only reads one kind of file, which itunes converts every picture to. so to view regular photos, you'd need a new app.
  5. daggerx

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    thanks for the explanation

    Please Register or Log in to view images

    it's a pity that we have a beautiful screen and itunes compresses the pictures so much...
  6. michaelchan0427

    michaelchan0427 New Member

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    You can use a similar approach to viewing pdf files to view full res pics
  7. mickey9801

    mickey9801 New Member

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    Someone in iphone.org.hk suggested a workaround using lighttpd (the original post is in Chinese): install a lighttpd as a self-serving web server and config it to list out document root index. Then you may copy image to server document root and view full res image using Safari by accessing http://127.0.0.1.

    This seems workable but I havn't test it yet.

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