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Hi everyone, Recently, I tried to import a .cr2 photo file into the VSCO app which prompted the app to crash every time it tried to import it. I didn't know that VSCO didn't support RAW file types, so I tried getting it to import from the Photos app.

It worked and the .cr2 file got imported into VSCO library. However, now whenever I try to open the VSCO app, it crashes. My guess is that it is trying to show a file that it doesn't support and therefore persistently crashes every time I try to open the app.

Frustrated, I emailed the VSCO support team and told them that I know how to use OpenSSH to delete the offending .cr2 file that was imported into the app so that I can open VSCO without it crashing.

I got a reply saying that OpenSSH will corrupt my device and that they are 'not at liberty' to disclose the directory path of the photos in VSCO.

So, now I'm appealing to the jailbreak community to help me find out the directory path of the photos imported into VSCO via OpenSSH. So that I can delete the .cr2 file and regain my previous photos stored in the app.

Many thanks in advance.

asked 08 Dec '15, 14:38

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edited 08 Dec '15, 14:45

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