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iFiles is a total, portable file management system that allows for document viewing, file management, recording audio, text editing, photo taking, file sharing and more, right from an iPhone.
Transfer files from any Mac or PC and drag and drop files straight from the Finder or Windows Explorer, or use any standard Internet Browser.
Using iFiles is easy. Just swipe left or right over a file or folder cell to display a popup menu. Simply tap your selection and you’re ready to go.
You can even view and modify properties, labels and icons.
There’s no need to worry about the security of iFiles, either. Your files can be accessed remotely with a password or locally with a master passcode. No one but you will see what’s in your iFiles.
With iFiles, you can easily share files with your friends (peer-to-peep) using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
Send documents as email attachments directly from iFiles using iPhones email accounts.
Swipe left or right over a file/folder cell to display popup menu.
iFiles has build-in Voice recorder
View and change folder and files properties. Color label and icon can be changed.
Share files with other users of iFiles over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
Open PDF files using very fast viewer that supports very large and password protected files.
Remote access can be secured with password and local with passcode.
PERFORM FILE OPERATIONS
- Move, Copy, Rename, Delete, and create New Folder
- Zip and Unzip
- Email (directly from iFiles using iPhones email accounts)
- Share files with other users over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
- View and change properties
- Save images to Photo Library
- Create new Voice Recordings
- Take Photos, record movies or import from Library
- Create and edit text files
- iWorks (Pages, numbers, Keynote) ’08 and ’09 (with or without Preview)
- Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
- HTML web pages and Web archives (web pages downloaded by Safari)
- PDF Documents.
- RTF (Rich Text Format) and RTFD.
- Plain text with auto-detection of character encoding. Text files can also be edited.
- Movies (supported file formats by iPhone: MP4, MOV, MPV, 3GP, M4V)
- Audio (WAV, MP3, M4A, CAF, AIF, AIFF, ACC)
- Images (JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIF, TIFF, ICO, CUR, XBM)
A Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connection is required to connect to and transfer files to and from iFiles.
- Fixed rendering PDF files in landscape
- Fixed viewing files/folders in Web Browser in some languages
- Added Thumbnails for Images and Pdf files(disabled by default)
- Added shuffle and hide bars on launch for Image Viewer
- Passcode can now be configure per individual Folder/File
- 20+ new icons for folder customization
- Other small fixes and improvements
HOW TO GET THE ROOT FOLDER IN YOUR IFILES APPLICATION! (Tried and Tested myself, works 100%)
ok changed something! and it WORKS 100% !!!! This method will allow you to have access to the root folder, without removing and installing iFiles.
Just do exactly this and you will be able to access to ALL folder include SYSTEM!!!!
1. Login into winscp by root or mobile, and go to /private/var/mobile/Applications
2. Go into /private/var/mobile/Applications/[iFiles App
Folder]/iFiles.app/ (e.g. my is:
and copy the path by right clicking the folder, file names -> copy
to clipboard (include paths) - can use applinks to find the folder.
3. Make sure /private/var/mobile/Applications/[iFiles App
Folder]/iFiles.app/ and make sure permissions are right (use SSH and
Root login) and type this in winscp's terminal:
cd /private/var/mobile/Applications/[iFiles App Folder]/iFiles.app/
chmod -R 777 iFiles.app
4.. Start iFiles once and quit it again.
5. Using SSH log in as Root again and navigate to the
/var/mobile/Applications/[iFiles App Folder]/iFiles.app/
Documents/Files folder and type this in winscp terminal:
cd /var/mobile/Applications/[iFiles App Folder]/iFiles.app/ Documents/Files
ln -s / ./root
NB: This step can be done using ifile from cydia (if you want to know how to do this let me know)..
6. Respring and open your iFiles.7. This links your root directory to the folder "root" which will appear in iFiles.
Screenshot (works 100%, iFiles with root folder):