Initial release of Phone Disk (PC)!
Phone Disk (PC) version 1.003 is our initial public release of the Windows version of Phone Disk. Thru December 1st, 2010 we are giving away Phone Disk (PC) to everyone for free. Use the free registration code on the Phone Disk webpage to fully register and unlock Phone Disk (PC). Visit the Phone Disk webpage to learn more.
Phone Disk(Mac) V 1.206
Phone Disk(Mac) Version 1.206 adds various bug fixes , sort app names and UI updates.
Dupe Away (PC) - 1.002
Dupe Away 1.002 inlucdes bug fixes which should expand its compatibility with various iTunes libraries.
Pod to PC - 3.241
Pod to PC 3.241 includes a fix for iPad & iPhone type devices as well as moderate UI updates.
Phone Disk(Mac) Version 1.202
Phone Disk(Mac) Version 1.202 adds various bug fixes & change several links to our new webpages.
iPhone Explorer (PC) - 2.002
We just updated iPhone Explorer to include a fix for some 64-bit systems. Also, real-root (AFC2) access has been added again for jailbroken devices. This AFC2 access can be toggled on/off via the prefs menu.
iPhone Explorer - Mac Version 2.0
Version 2.0 of the Mac version of iPhone Explorer is now out. Big news: you can now access the folders where app data is stored. For example, if you drop a file that GoodReader supports into it's "Documents" folder using iPhone Explorer, it will be available in the app to view. Most third party app folders can be accessed. Enjoy!
Pod to PC - 3.232
Pod to PC 3.232 includes various bug fixes including fixing several links to our older webpages.
iPhone Explorer 2.0011
Oops. I included the old 0.99 version of iPhone Explorer in the setup file for the new iPhone Explorer 2.001 earlier this morning. If you downloaded iPhone Explorer 2.0 earlier today, I'd recommending reinstalling it as this time the installer contains the real-deal.
iPhone Explorer 2 has arrived!
We are excited to annouce iPhone Explorer 2.0 for Windows! Major changes include:
(1) you can now access app directories (including the system files of apps)
(2) complete overhaul of UI
(3) multiple device connectivity is now allowed
This is hugely awesome for many reasons including the fact that you can now transfer files extremely quickly via USB directly into and from your apps without using iTunes. Furthermore, for the more curious, have you ever wanted to customize a video game? Well, now you can! For example, we opened up the game Field Runners, browsed around for a while and made some changes. Now I can play a level of field runners that looks like my backyard and the enemies look like my cat :-)
And btw, it's still freeware!