WinScp or Disk Aid or Iphone Browser.... ? Help!

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  1. heart_break_kid_xxx

    heart_break_kid_xxx New Member

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    Hey ,

    WinSCp with ITunnel / Disk Aid / Iphone Browser I Am confused which one to go with......


    Are all three of them capable of doing following...

    1. Transfer GBa ROms ( which i own legally as i have them for my GBA )

    2. Create Folders ( To create and transfer themes ) and Delete Folders ( Incomplete installations from cydia )

    And...

    Is There any way i can Install stuff from Cydia to Windows and sync it to ipod as I not always have access to wifi to make use of cydia... ( I donno how to put it....... something like Cydia for window ....... * I know it sounds silly... but had to ask ... * ) ?


    Tnx
  2. sotaku22

    sotaku22 Member

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    I use a mac, so i have no idea about WinSCP, but i have used diskaid to transfer songs and video from my ipod to computer when my computer died. It worked pretty nicely for my purposes...
  3. roboticos

    roboticos New Member

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    use IFUNBOX
  4. heart_break_kid_xxx

    heart_break_kid_xxx New Member

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    Yeah....

    I-Funbox seems to be a good option.......

    Any other suggetions ?
  5. studangerous

    studangerous Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    • WinSCP for the experts who want to use SSH and unix commands from the PC as well as transferring stuff.
    • iFunBox if you only want to transfer stuff and you're on a PC (anyway you can use Terminal on your device for unix commands if you really need to).
    • DiskAid if you're on a Mac.

    I think that about separates your options.

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