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Free iPhoneBrowser opens, copies files

updated 09:05 am EDT, Mon August 6, 2007

iPhoneBrowser for Windows

An independent coder has developed iPhoneBrowser, a beta Windows-based utility for interacting with files on the iPhone. Using a simple graphical interface, users can drag-and-drop multiple files to and from the device, whether for backup or customization. Though users cannot create or copy folders, the program offers other important features, such as the ability to select and replace a file with another which is automatically renamed. Similarly, if users decide to delete a file from an iPhone, a backup is created before the deletion goes through.

iPhoneBrowser is free, but may require some technical skill to run. Users must first "jailbreak" to get access to an iPhone's files, and once this is done, the application's installer requires the .NET libraries, and particularly "Manzana.dll". It is not officially supported by Apple and downloaders should contact the author for further help.

by MacNN Staff




  1. suhail

    Joined: Dec 1969



    I hope it comes-out for the mac too. The programmer used visual-basic, although real-basic reads visual-basic language, I'm not sure if it can translate this kinda code.

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