Use your iPhone as if it were a disk unit.Antony Peel
You may have always thought that it was necessary to 'jailbreak' your iPhone or iPad to be able to access it on disk mode. Well, iExplorer is here to prove that this is not so.
By means of a simple application that used to be known as iPhone Explorer, you'll be able to access the contents of your phone, tablet or multimedia player by Apple as if it were a Flash memory unit.
Once the device is open in the application, you'll have the chance to add or eliminate files and folders as if you were working with the Windows Explorer, as well as having the possibility to be able to preview all the images or view them in full size with any software of your choice, even if it isn't by Apple.
The program's interface offers full support for “Drag & Drop” technology, thus moving any file or folder from or to the device is a really simple action.
Therefore, if you want to access the contents of your Apple device without having to resort to iTunes, you only have to download iExplorer.
- This download requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0.
- Requires iTunes 10 or above.
- The trial version has certain limitations.