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How to export files from an iPhone using iExplorer

Posted by Andrey Malskiy Categories: Cell Phones, Features, Software

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As we've told you previously, iExplorer is a piece of free software allows you to browse the contents of your iPhone for select files. The nice thing is that iExplorer even lets you export files that were created and saved in third-party apps. In this tutorial, we show you how to do that yourself. As a point of reference we’ll be using MusicBox, a Rhapsody-type of serivce. Follow these few steps, and you’ll be on your way to moving files to and from your iPhone with ease.

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Using iExplorer to search your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Posted by Andrey Malskiy Categories: Apple, Software

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The iPhone has been a game changer from the beginning, but many nay-sayers complain about the lack of user control that iOS devices suffer from. With many phones

Normally when you connect a storage device to a computer, you’re given the option of managing its files. You’re able to locate individual files for exporting and editing purposes. However, trying to attempt this with an Apple iOS device is a different story, since they aren't recognized as a mass storage device over USB. There are roundabout ways of bypassing this, but who really wants to mess around with that? We’d rather connect the iPhone and search our files through a Finder- or Explorer-like UI. Thanks to the guys over at Macroplant, you can now search your files on an iPhone.

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Change the iTunes Icon on Your Mac with DockArt

DockArtFace it. You get all giddy when it comes to customizing your desktop: screensavers, wallpapers, icons and our favorite…themes. Well, Mac owners, we’ve found a cool one for you. It’s called DockArt, a plugin that changes the iTunes icon in your dock to the album cover of the song currently playing. Developed by Greg Watson, it’s even updated for the newly released version of iTunes 7. DockArt is a free download, however feel free to show some love by donating to the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation.

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