Total Commander

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.4 Discussions' started by catastrophixx, Feb 26, 2008.

  1. catastrophixx

    catastrophixx New Member

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    when i updated to 1.1.4, total commander could only show the iTunes_Control folder, DCIM folder and com.apple.itunes.lock_sync

    how do i get total commander to show the Application, private, System folder, etc. ???
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    Spiritus55 New Member

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    Total Commander sounds like the sex position I did with your mother last night

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    And I've personally never used the software name Total Commander, could be one of the "bug fixes" that was released.
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    iROCKnikes123 New Member

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    what was the point in that ?
    it wasnt even funny either.
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    yanks111890 Well-Known Member

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    total commander and iphonebrowser does not work with 1.1.3 and 1.1.4 jailbreak and seems like nobody knows why
  5. catastrophixx

    catastrophixx New Member

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    Total commander worked fine for me when I jailbroke my iPod on 1.1.3 but now it won't =/
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    Okay, apparantly you never heard of me, but I know.

    There is a plist in the system somewhere, and it locks down what apps can access the system.
  7. Tyr0

    Tyr0 New Member

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    Install MobileFinder from installer. Open it and go to settings. And select like show hidden files. That will open it up.
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    catastrophixx New Member

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    i did that ,and now i'm able to view those kinds of files & folders on mobilefinder, but i still can't on total commander

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    its the fact that the default home directory is /var/root/something and there is no way to cd to
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    there's a thread somewhere about how to fix it. i had it working on 1.1.3 but now i can't find it. i'm looking. and that one about the mother was f***ng hilarious. thanks for that

    EDIT: Add fireonfive.com/repo to Installer, then go to Tweaks (1.1.3) and install AFC2 fix.
    Just remember to fully reboot your device with slide to power down!


    toldya i'd find it!

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