Adapter (Mac) - 126.96.36.199
Adapter (Mac) Version 188.8.131.52 adds the following:
- You can now save and load your customized video and audio formats.
- You can drag YouTube downloads from the downloader to the video or audio queues, by dragging and dropping on the tab.
- Assorted bugs fixed.
Pod to PC - 184.108.40.206
This update of Pod to PC includes enables user defined volume adjustments to be retained when transferring from iDevice to iTunes. Various other updates and stability fixes have also been added.
Adapter (Mac) - 220.127.116.11
Adapter (Mac) 18.104.22.168 update:
Phone Disk (Mac) - 1.866
Update to the Phone Disk (Mac) 1.866 release. Fixes a few minor bugs. Auto unmount the dead mounted disks.
Pod to PC - 22.214.171.124
Various minor bug fixes have been added to Pod to PC.
Adapter (Mac) - 126.96.36.199
Update to the Adapter (Mac) 1.0 release.
Fixes a few minor bugs.
itDJ (Mac) 0.9.9 (Beta-Release)
New in itDJ 0.9.9:
itDJ (Mac) 0.9.8 (Beta-Release)
Next step towards the big itDJ 1.0...
New in 0.9.8:
Pod to PC - 188.8.131.52
Pod to PC 184.108.40.206 includes minor UI updates.
Safari for Windows Installs a Bad DLL
The Windows versions of iPhone Explorer and Phone Disk rely upon a few DLLs created by Apple and typically installed with iTunes. A recent update to Safari for Windows installs a new CoreFoundation.dll which, when certain functions are called by iPhone Explorer or Phone Disk, result in a crash as a result of a debugging user-breakpoint left in by the developers at Apple. Because this DLL is shared between various other Apple programs, it's very difficult to revert back to the previous verion of the DLL.
If you've already installed the Safari update, then iPhone Explorer and Phone Disk aren't going to be able to access the app directories until Apple gets around to updating that DLL again. If you haven't yet installed the updated Safari for Windows, than we recommend waiting a couple months for the next version which will hopefully be more stable.