Finding ways to explore file system of your iPhone? Want to copy files from / to your iPhone?
Cefipx makes all these possible without jail-breaking your iPhone. Cefipx provides three different ways to transfer files from your iPhone to Mac computer, or from mac back to your iPhone device. They are:
The "Disk" mode of Cefipx, turns your iPad as an USB flash disk to bring portable data from one place to another.
The "File System" mode, enables you to browse the iPhone file system structure, copying and transferring files to Finder app.
The "Apps" mode makes it possible to browse iOS App's documents file and private data, which you can backup to your computer.
Since Cefipx works closely with Finder, you can finish all operations above by dragging files over Finder, then dropping to finish the transfer.
First, download Cefipx and extract the DMG, open the DMG file to mount the file system to install Cefipx.
To install Cefipx, just drag the "Cefipx.app" icon over the "Applications" and drop.
Run Cefipx, make sure that you've already had your iPhone connected to computer. Then choose "Disk" from the left sidebar, you can transfer folders and files by selecting them, then click "Copy from Device" on the toolbar or drag selection over Finder to finish copying folders and files from iPhone to mac computer.
Run Cefipx, and connect your iPhone to computer.
Then choose "File System" from the left sidebar, this feature like an iPhone file explorer to browse file system structure of your iPhone. It works like system Finder app, so it's easy to handle.
You can transfer folders and files on your iPhone by selecting them, then click "Copy from Device" on the toolbar or drag selection over Finder to finish copying folders and files from iPad to mac computer.
Run Cefipx, confirm that your iPhone is connected to Mac. Then choose "Apps" from the left sidebar, all Apps installed on your iPad will be listed here. Select and choose an App, then select data to be backed up.
(* If no App listed here, please try to disconnect your iPhone and reconnect it again.)