Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7 GUI for manipulating files on the jailbroken iPhone.
iPhoneBrowser is a Windows based file browser for your iPhone. It features drag and drop uploading to your phone, automatic and manual backups of files on your phone, previews of text and picture files and very cool icons.
To use, plug in your iPhone and run iPhoneBrowser. The screen should show up with a listing of your folders on the left. Once a folder is selected, the files show up on the upper right. Select a file to see the contents in the lower right. Right-click a file or group of files to see a menu describing your different options, Save As, Backup File, Restore File (not yet implemented), Replace File and Delete File. You can also drag and drop files or folders into the file window to upload them to that folder.
Make sure you have at least v7.3.1 of iTunes installed.
Connecting your iPhone
You can use it with or without jailbreaking your phone, but if you don't jailbreak, you won't get very far! A locked iPhone basically has a small area of folders called a sandbox to work with.
If the file you selected is a text-based file, the text of the file will automatically be shown in the lower right preview area. Sometimes special characters are not shown properly, but it gives you an idea of what data is in the file. If you select a picture file, that preview is automatically loaded in the same area. Apple formatted PNG files do show in the preview. Selecting audio files will play audio. Files are only previewed if
v1.9.3 9/21/09 Pete Wilson
Compatibility with iTunes 9 thanks to Lavarsicious
Uses Apple Registry entries to locate useful DLL's thanks to Lavarsicious
Ignore exception when program closed while starting thanks to Lavarsicious.