1. mcdogstyle's Avatar
    is there an easy way to locate the url of my iphone browser?
    2007-08-18 11:03 AM
  2. lifesmymachine's Avatar
    not sure what you mean, but if you mean the location of safari on the phone it is in Applications/MobileSafari.app

    if you mean the url of the current site you are browsing then touch anywhere at the very top of the screen (while in safari) and it will automatically scroll to the top, therefore showing you the current url

    and if you mean your phones url (more properly known as its ip address) on your wireless home network, then go to settings, then wi-fi, select your network, and click the arrow next to it on the right to get more details

    hope that helped a bit
    2007-08-18 11:27 AM
  3. mcdogstyle's Avatar
    what I'm trying to do is access a video service that downloads directly to my iPhone via modified mpeg4 same as youtube uses to send there video. The sight needs a URL to send the data to? The example they gave was something like http://youtube.com/somthing/something/username/ECT.
    sorry I'm still fumbling around in here. I'll catch on. Thanks
    2007-08-18 11:41 AM
  4. arthursdomain's Avatar
    what I'm trying to do is access a video service that downloads directly to my iPhone via modified mpeg4 same as youtube uses to send there video. The sight needs a URL to send the data to? The example they gave was something like http://youtube.com/somthing/something/username/ECT.
    sorry I'm still fumbling around in here. I'll catch on. Thanks
    if your planning on downloading strait to the iphone, you probably cant. if your talking about streaming like how youtube does it, then its possible, your browser does not have a 'url' however, your phone has an ip, i think this service that your using is probably for websites, and not for browsers.
    2007-08-19 02:31 AM
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