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i was wondering if it was possible to create folders that woudl show up in windows when the device is plugged in (like the DCIM folder) that are read/writeable? i noticed when i have pwntunes installed it creates some but i dont know how to make them myself...i wasnt sure if there was some plist i have to edit or a specific directory to put it in or permissions or if its more complex than that? anyone know?

iOS 8.1 iPhone 6

asked 15 Nov '14, 01:43

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Only way is to write a tweak just like pwntunes .... Basically ....become a developer .....editing a plist and just changing permission won't do it.

You want access to folder via windows ..... Instsll Apple file conduit 2 in cydia . Instsll ifunbox on PC .....hey presto .....access to folders/directories via ifunbox


answered 15 Nov '14, 02:21

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Total Commander with T-Pot plugin (1.3) works great.

Apple File Conduit "2" is required.

You may need to change folder attributes to read/write? This can be done with iFile or Filza.

T-Pot Plugin Readme File


answered 15 Nov '14, 02:38

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edited 15 Nov '14, 03:19

iFunBox does it all.


answered 15 Nov '14, 04:06

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