Author Topic: Share documents with your device (iOS, WebOS, Android)  (Read 7189 times)

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I did have a C routine that would allow you to retrieve a Linux OS path to the Photo and Music area...

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The problem is, that on iOS you cannot access a "directory", but have to use a function to get/store photos. Pretty lame.

On other OSs you can surely find this out with environment variables.

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DO you know about Android?
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The problem is, that on iOS you cannot access a "directory", but have to use a function to get/store photos. Pretty lame.

On other OSs you can surely find this out with environment variables.

Ouch it was iOS I was thinking of  :O
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Yes. The directory that's about to be recieved with the "external storage" parameter points to the "Downloads". Thus, from there "../Pictures" might be a place to start.
Or just go ".." and from there search all directories for images (GETFILESLIST)

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Yes. The directory that's about to be recieved with the "external storage" parameter points to the "Downloads". Thus, from there "../Pictures" might be a place to start.
Or just go ".." and from there search all directories for images (GETFILESLIST)

ein?  O_O :blink:
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Just to note that iFunBox has been updated and can access your apps' documents folders even if your iThing device is not Jailbroken.

If previously it was a must, now it is a sin not to have it if you own a iThing.
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