1. moocows_42's Avatar
    Discussion thread for Saving iPhone ringtones to your computer. If you would like to add a comment, click the Post Reply button.
    2007-07-24 04:51 AM
  2. jrlederer's Avatar
    sorry to bother anyone with this, but the situation is as follows:

    I am able to jailbreak and run iphoneinterface. I am also able to navigate to the directory, where I do, in fact, see the 20-some-odd vmail files that the guide mentions therein.

    ** ONLY 1 PROBLEM **
    I do not see any such "getfile" command existing on the filesystem of the iphone, so I don't know how I can pull the files back to home directory?!?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    --jonathan

    btw: fwiw, thanks for the tip nonetheless. have a great day everyone.
    2007-07-28 11:23 PM
  3. Kyle Matthews's Avatar
    Windows or OS X? OS X doesn't have the getfile command...
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    2007-07-29 12:57 AM
  4. loudestnoise's Avatar
    Yea, bummer I tried to do this with OS X, but it gave me a no command found with getfile.
    2007-07-29 07:12 AM
  5. senas8's Avatar
    can someone post the command line for this? Thanks.
    EDIT: Never mind...figured it out. :P
    Last edited by senas8; 2007-07-29 at 01:15 PM.
    2007-07-29 12:41 PM
  6. tannhaus's Avatar
    2007-07-29 01:16 PM
  7. Dash-2's Avatar
    Anyone try uploading a custon greeting yet?
    2007-09-09 09:36 AM
  8. antiflash's Avatar
    Yea, bummer I tried to do this with OS X, but it gave me a no command found with getfile.
    SFTP with CyberDuck knocks this one out...easy file transfer with a GUI browser...
    Black 16GB 3G iPhone w/bestskinever
    Q6600, 3GB RAM, Vista Ultimate Desktop Box
    2 Hands, 10 Fingers, etc
    Temporary Eee PC Portable
    2007-09-09 11:26 AM
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