iPod touch as a usb storage

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by giraffe, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. giraffe

    giraffe New Member

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    now the hack is available.
    Is it possible to modify iPod touch to use as a usb storage?
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    michaelchan0427 New Member

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    yes, google macFuse and iPhoneDisk, Intel Mac only tho
  3. AlliPodHax

    AlliPodHax New Member

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    yes just make a new folder with iPhuc and put files on it, although i don't know where you're gonna put anything on, it's only a total of 14.something gig.

    Cheers,
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  4. giraffe

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    unfortunately, i have windows PC.
    I want iPot as a usb storage, just like iPod nano
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    When you put that program on your computer you have to put it on every computer you use thoe
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    I'm hoping and praying that someone can make a mounting app with windows binaries that allows you to use it as a drive. If iTunes can read/write to it then surely some cluey programmers out there have the capability of writing a HFS+ wrapper. Or hell, even a intermediary application if not a driver. I wouldn't mind cranking up an application in order to use it to transfer files.

    Edit: Now that I think about it, would you not be able to simply use an FTP client (or some pre-packaged derivative thereof) seeing as how sFTP is running on it? Wouldn't be able to use it as a file transfer without WiFi but with WiFi it should work fine (albeit slowly).

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