Manage your other data or user data-Access iPhone file system

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Some pepoles ask that how to browse iphone file system without jailbreaking. The iPhone file system divides it into two parts: basic file system and raw file system. You can brosw and manage the most parts of photos, videos, music under the basic file system. You have to jailbreak to get access to the raw file system. What's the diffrent from them? When you click the Device Manager tab on main window and Click "User Data" to access iPhone file system.

User Data View

File under basic file system(Unjailbroken)

/System/Books

This is where the ibooks data are stored, which you have purchased from iTunes store.

/System/DCIM

This folder contains all the photos you have taken on the iPhone

/System/iTunes_Control

iTunes stores its media files and preferences here.

/System/iTunes_Control/Muisc

This folder contains music and videos added via iTunes. Files are randomly renamed, but the content can be identified by reading the tags on the media files.

/System/Photo Data

Photos preferences and Photos database stores here.

/System/Photo Data/Thumbnails

The thumbnails of all the photos is here.

/System/PhotostreamsData

Photos from Photo stream store here.

/System/Podcasts

The podcasts whick you have download from iTunes store.

/System/Recordings

The audio files recording from voice Memos.

 

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File under raw file system(jailbroken)

Under raw file system, it includs all files from base file system. In additions, you can visit more privates files, such as contact database, ios system apps including accessing the app sandbox. Or change the ios system preference and more. That's why some many people jailbreak their iOS devices.

/Applications

This is where pre-installed native apps and jailbreak apps are installed.

/Library/Ringtones

This is where the pre-installed ringtones are stored. User-purchased ringtones are placed in /private/var/mobile/Media/Ringtones

/Library/Wallpaper

This is where Wallpapers and Lockscreens are stored.

/private/var/cache

This folder contains cached data from applications, which can be deleted safely. A backup beforehand is recommended.

/private/var/cache

This folder contains cached data from applications, which can be deleted safely. A backup beforehand is recommended.

/private/var/mobile/Applications

This folder contains applications that were downloaded from the App Store.

/private/var/root/Library/AddressBook

This is where iPhone Address Book is stored.

/private/var/root/Library/SMS

This is where text messages are stored.

/System/Library/Fonts/Cache

This folder holds all of the system fonts.

/System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app

SpringBoard is the standard application that manages the iOS home screen, providing graphical services ranging from icon badges, the dock, multitasking and so on.

/private/var/root/Library/Notes

This is where notes are stored.

/private/var/root/Library/Safari

This folder contains bookmark database