"getfile" command in jailbreak?

DiscoJoey

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i finally got the Apple logo perfectly centered just the way i like it and some how after i put it on my iPhone i delete the files. ya i know, stupid me. but i really want to get the file off my phone as i can post it here and have a backup for once the iPhone is updated.

i tried using getfile instead of putfile and it didn't work :( anyone know a command to get these files off my iPhone?


 
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I think if you use rmdir in the command line instead of putfile, it will remove it...
 

wjp09

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He dosn't want toremove it. Its in your directory with jailbreak is it not? Just save it on your ocmputer.
 

DiscoJoey

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He dosn't want toremove it. Its in your directory with jailbreak is it not? Just save it on your ocmputer.
the only jailbreak i use is command line, is there a way to just view my iPhone as a hdd so i could just grab the files?
 

alb0zf1n3st

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Thats what I am wondering myself too..
 

rinual

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As of now, there is no graphical system to manage the files on the iPhone's disk. There are at least two companies claiming to have breached the access however, they have not posted the process. you can view what i saw on iphonehacks.com but they could just be fake.
 

DiscoJoey

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anyone? i really want the files off my iPhone to have as a backup.
 

x999x

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Install SSH and use WinSCP for your transfers. I don't know why this isn't the default method for every PC user, and last I checked you have access to a PC.

To get all your commandline functionality back, you'll need to install the bin-kit that's floating around. It's got all the missing commands, such as Delete (rm). Install those files into your /bin directory and you'll be able to use winSCP exactly how you want.