ZiPhone and Total Commander with T-Pot

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  1. pcoon55

    pcoon55 New Member

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    Hey quick question.

    I jailbroke my iPod to 1.1.3 using the new ZiPhone method. Worked like a charm, I can see the installer app and use it and everything. But, when I use Total Commander with T-Pot, which I have done in the past, my iPod does not appear. I can only access the iTunes stuff, the stuff that appears on an un-jailbroken iPod.

    Has anyone else experienced this problem. I searched and I saw one person on Hackintosh mention it: www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=29554&page=23
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    theballonman New Member

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    i am having the exact same problem, with total commander, and iphonebrowser

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    anyone know how to fix this

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  4. pcoon55

    pcoon55 New Member

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    i am not familiar with iphonebrowser but do you think this has something to do with t-pot or the fact that ziphone is not a good jailbreak?
  5. kiko

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    I have the same problem ....also with WinSCP.
    Maybe is something related to Open SSH
  6. kiko

    kiko New Member

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    I get to work with WinSCP
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    watterman New Member

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    OpenSSH works great, but t-pot plugin for total commander dont work!! Pls fix this!!
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    thynameisgod New Member

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    Same here, very frustrating
  9. Whosthatrandom

    Whosthatrandom New Member

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    ZIPhone is a very good jailbreak, it is much cleaner and more direct than any previous method.

    I'm sure your problem is something to do with the read-write permissions on the iPod. Those are located in /etc/fstab
  10. pcoon55

    pcoon55 New Member

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    idk if its that. i think it has to do with the ziphone jailbreak not opening up permissions properly or t-pot not being able to recognize ziphone's jailbreak if that makes any sense.

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