Drag and Drop from iPhone to PC?

FeistyGirl

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Jun 25, 2007
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Hey everyone.

I use iPhonebrowser to drag and drop files onto my iPhone (it's a godsend when adding new themes and such) but it doesn't do the opposite. I can copy single files but that can get tedious.

Is there a windows utility similar to iPhonebrowser that allows you to drag and drop directories and multiple files from the iPhone to your PC?

Thanks!

Chrissy
 

W00Ki3

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Oct 12, 2007
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#2
Enable SSH on your iPhone, then FTP into your iPhone.

I used Installer.app to get the necessary files.

1. Get Installer.app (Make sure Community Sources are installed)
2. Install "BSD Subsystem"
3. Install "OpenSSH"
4. Use an FTPS compatible client like FileZilla to connect to your phone.

iPhone and PC must be on the same network for this process to work properly.

To Connect, you need to find the IP Address of your iPhone. Use this IP as the Server, User Name: root, Password: dottie

After that, search through the folder system to the desired directory
 

bigmac

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Jul 13, 2007
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#3
Enable SSH on your iPhone, then FTP into your iPhone.

I used Installer.app to get the necessary files.

1. Get Installer.app (Make sure Community Sources are installed)
2. Install "BSD Subsystem"
3. Install "OpenSSH"
4. Use an FTPS compatible client like FileZilla to connect to your phone.

iPhone and PC must be on the same network for this process to work properly.

To Connect, you need to find the IP Address of your iPhone. Use this IP as the Server, User Name: root, Password: dottie

After that, search through the folder system to the desired directory



where do you put the IP address of your phone?
 

truehybridx

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oh wow lol
yes thats probably why

its better if you have your computer and iPhone on a closed network... even sever your internet connection when you do it because sometimes with me SCP skips right onto the internet looking for my iPhones ip
 

bigmac

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#7
oh wow lol
yes thats probably why

its better if you have your computer and iPhone on a closed network... even sever your internet connection when you do it because sometimes with me SCP skips right onto the internet looking for my iPhones ip

any ideas if you don't have a wireless access point?
 

truehybridx

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umm I can't name of anyways to do it that gives u as much access likeSCP does but I'd really like know of a better way to