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  1. wPz's Avatar
    I i used to have w indows, and put files in my iPhone using iPhonebrowser
    but now im in a MacBook
    and i wnat to know if there is a program to manage my iphone files without Wifi
    i mean, using usb cable, as iPhonebrowser does

    ty
    2008-03-19 03:11 AM
  2. desepticon's Avatar
    install afp and you can connect straight from the finder's "connect to server..." menu
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    My brother was eaten by wolves on the NJ Turnpike.
    2008-03-19 06:02 AM
  3. Kenzie_Roth's Avatar
    Try cyberduck.... This is what I use and never seem to have problems
    http://cyberduck.ch/
    Search cyberduck in these forums to find out how to use
    2008-03-19 09:28 AM
  4. HoOn's Avatar
    I tried Cyberduck and it worked perfectly via SFTP. I created Bookmarks to ringtones, themes, etc locations to act like iPhonebrowser. I use iPhonebrowser at work and I really wish that they had the same program for the Mac because it's so easy to use and very simple.

    I'll try AFP... do I install AFP on the iPhone and access the file system via USB or do I still need to connect wirelessly?

    John
    2008-03-19 03:17 PM
  5. wPz's Avatar
    thx
    i have a question, sftp = wireless? :$
    2008-03-19 03:30 PM
  6. HoOn's Avatar
    thx
    i have a question, sftp = wireless? :$
    Yes, I used Cyberduck to connect to my iPhone's File System using Wireless.
    2008-03-19 03:33 PM
  7. wPz's Avatar
    i tryed afpd and used finder "connect to server" but never connect
    2008-03-19 03:52 PM
  8. NetMage's Avatar
    ifuntastic at the free level seems like it would be a similar product.
    Starlight Computer Wizardry
    Pocket-sized Development
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    2008-03-19 10:46 PM
  9. one1's Avatar
    Cyberduck is the least confusing interface and I love using it, but if you need to do detailed file work (many files or a lot of arrangement) transmit is the better option because it gives you a split screen dual browser which allows drag and drop from your mac to your phone without having to go hunt the file down on your mac and drag it all the way back to the spot you want to drop it in cyberduck.

    Once you use it you'll only open the ducky for quick tasks.

    On the left is your mac file system, on the right is your iphone file system. you can navigate either one and drag/drop to the other back and forth flawlessly. You'll also notice the spotlight search bar in the top right to SEARCH the iphone file system. Overall a helluva program.

    http://www.panic.com/transmit/


    Last edited by one1; 2008-03-20 at 05:07 PM.
    2008-03-20 01:26 PM
  10. nasty801's Avatar
    the best ones to use on a mac are either FUGU or TRANSMIT
    TRUST THESE 2 ARE THE BEST
    2008-03-20 01:55 PM
  11. wPz's Avatar
    using transmit and work great!!!

    thnx everyone
    and thnx Trent
    2008-03-20 03:44 PM
  12. HoOn's Avatar
    I'll check out Transmit then and maybe Fugu!

    Thanks to All!
    2008-03-20 04:20 PM
  13. MasterXXXShake's Avatar
    Fugu FTW.
    2008-03-23 12:51 AM
  14. miguelito's Avatar
    All you're talking about is to move files vía sftp, which is a network protocol. I think that if there was a way to do the transfers by cable it'd be much faster (guess it's the wifi the one that limits speed, not writing to disk).

    Isn't any way to do this on OS X?

    Edited: corrected a typo.
    2008-04-29 10:05 AM
  15. ChrisAyad's Avatar
    i cant figure out ifuntastic it looks like a rip and it doesnt work for my 1.1.4
    It says its shackled wtf i already jailbroke it and used it on fugu wtf
    2008-06-24 08:04 PM
  16. NetMage's Avatar
    Depending on how you did the jailbreak, you may not have the afc2 service installed which it might need (haven't tested it). Actually, I just Googled and it does need afc2 for the phone to be "unshackled" (should just pick on your tool for not actually "jailbreaking" you phone - installing the afc2 service is the original meaning of jailbreak).

    Try searching for afc2 here and installing that.
    Starlight Computer Wizardry
    Pocket-sized Development
    Follow me on twitter: @NetMage
    2008-06-24 11:32 PM
  17. brg's Avatar
    Hello -

    Can you tell how to start te Transmit? I tried putting my IP address of my Iphone and then using the root and alpine for password. Can you tell me how to connect from tranmit to my iphone? Thanks in advance.
    2008-06-25 04:11 AM
  18. pacca's Avatar
    i tried tramsmit --- but i cannot connect my iPhone ... i tried with the Iphone name .... with iphone IP (via Wireless) but i receive "permission denied" .... can u help me ....

    i find incredible that with windoes you can easly browse iphone ... and with mac no .... incredible ...
    2008-12-26 01:47 PM
  19. NiCkStOuCh's Avatar
    actually with both you can use diskaid, as i have a pc and mac and use it on both and by far the best browser, connects usb so no login password connection crap! check it out its free
    DiskAid - Transfer Files betwen your Computer and your iPhone or iPod Touch. Disk Mode for your iPhone and iPod Touch.
    2008-12-27 06:03 AM
  20. cbdevor's Avatar
    I'd recommend iPhone Explorer by myPodApps.com. It's freeware, and probably one of the simplest program out there to use. It uses the standard USB interface (not an FTP interface), so you just plug in the iPod and it goes. It works on jailbreaked and non-jailbreaked iPhones/iTouches and everything is also drag-and-drop, which makes using it really quick.
    2009-06-26 08:05 PM
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