Apple has an obsessive desire to keep the iOS as closed as possible so the device is locked for files-browsing unless it is jailbroken. Is this true? Not at all. You still have possibility for some file-browsing on jailed iPad / iPad 2 / iPad 3 / iPad 4 or even new iPad mini Retina and iPad Air. The steps to go:
- Download from the Web and install on your PC or Mac iExplorer (formerly iPhone Explorer) app.
- Connect Apple tablet to your computer so that iTunes has accepted the gadget.
- After your iOS tablet is in Devices section of iTune Launch iPhone Explorer. In iPhone Explorer window you will be able to inspect a bunch o files that occupy iPad.You can even delete them or add extra folders, but do it cautiously, only when you know what you are doing. These files will disappear sometimes from iPhone Explorer. Don't worry, This is because iTunes is a bit buggy. Disconnect your iconic tablet from computer and connect it again. And you will see that they are all in place.
There is even more powerful tool to explore your jailed Apple tablet. This one is called i-FunBox. Again you can find it on the Web. Run it on you PC or Mac and have ability to browse even raw file system. Proceed with advice on how to decide whether your new iPad Air / iPad mini Retina or the oldest iPad 4 / 1Pad 3 / iPad 2 should be jailbroken or unveil 50+ iPad's secrets