iPhone Folders - Browse iPhone in Windows Explorer.

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  1. caseyseuy

    caseyseuy New Member

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    iPhone Folders is a Windows Explorer extension that allows you to browse contents of your iPhone or iPod Touch like a regular removable drive. After installation you'll find it in My Computer folder.



    Using this extension you can browse your phone filesystem, copy files to and from it, open files directly from iPhone, create shortcuts to folders on iPhone. In thumbnail mode program will display previews of png and jpg files on phone, application icons for installed applications (.app folders).



    Compatible with x86 editions of Windows XP, Vista, 7 and x64 editions of Windows XP, Vista (unlike Vista, Windows 7 x64 can't be forced to execute Windows Explorer in 32bit mode, so no Win7 x64 support for now). Requires iTunes 8 or 9 for normal operation. Supports jailbroken and non-jailbroken phones (in the later case filesystem access is limited to Media folder).

    Website:
    http://iphonefolders.com/

    Download
    http://iphonefolders.com/1.0.31/iPhoneFolders.msi
  2. Ohfoohy

    Ohfoohy Active Member

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    So does this mean no more winSCP?!?!


    VERY NICE!
  3. Utterly Elite

    Utterly Elite New Member

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    How does it work? SSH? FTP?
  4. bgizzle

    bgizzle Administrator Staff Member

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    It works over USB, not over the network connection.
  5. tktouch12

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    this is really handy, and works very well, smooth, and fast
  6. dieselboy27

    dieselboy27 New Member

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    How is this different from diskaid?
  7. bgizzle

    bgizzle Administrator Staff Member

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    Diskaid requires you to run the software. This is integrated into explorer, so when you plug in your iPod or iPhone, it shows up as a native folder.
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    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    This would be rather handy.......If only I had an iDevice. :/
  9. rickatnight11

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  10. Germany

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    This is Diskaid on steroids but simplified at the same time. Thanks for bringing this to attention but I wish I knew about this when I had my iPod touch. Very useful I might say. Nice stuff.

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