Access iOS 7.1.2 iOS 7.1.2 File System over USB Connection iPhone iPad iPod Touch, Accessing the root file system in not possible on any iOS device using a USB connection on a PC or MAC. iOS 7.1.2 iOS 7.1.1 or iOS 7.1 file system can be accessed on your iOS device after jailbreaking, why you need to access the file system depends on you and there can a lot of important aspects that one can do with file system access.
In fact it will not be wrong to say that accessing the file system is the main point of jailbreaking. Pangu Jailbreak provides us with an untethered jailbreak solution for iOS 7.1.2, iOS 7.1.1 and iOS 7.1 which also includes access to root file system using SSH connection. For developers like us SSH is a perfect solution for that but for those who don’t know much about SSH it can be a time consuming and confusing task, specially on the factors like port and proper authentication.
How about a simple way to access the file system like plug in the iOS device to your PC or Mac and access the file system as another drive attached. Well, a jailbreak tweak by the name Apple File Conduit “2” for your rescue. Developed by the man behind cydia Jay Freeman popularly known as saurik, this jailbreak tweak will allow you full access to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch like a pendrive.
How to Access iOS 7.1.2 iOS 7.1.2 File System over USB iPhone iPad iPod Touch
- Jailbreak your iOS 7.1.2, iOS 7.1.1 device using Pangu Jailbreak.
- Tap on Cydia to open it.
- Now tap on search tab at the bottom of cydia home screen.
- Type in Apple File Conduit 2 on the search text box on the top.
- On the search results tap on the Tweak we are looking for.
- Now Tap on install
- Once done reboot your device.
After that you can use third party file management softwares like iFunBox and iExplorer to access the file system of your device. Other Jailbreaks like Evasi0n comes with this function inbuilt but Pangu needs this extra bit of tweak, since the function is inbuilt Saurik does warns us that users may face some unexpected errors with this tweak. He also points out that having access to file system is not secure for your device specially in the circumstances of being misplaced.Top Trending Articles :
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