Apple doesn't allow you to directly access the file system of your iOS devices, that is to say, you cannot view your iPhone, iPad or iPod files on computer. So that you cannot manage your iOS files, such as directly transfer iOS data to or from Windows or Mac, share files between your iOS devices without iTunes, customize your app icons, back up all your game saves, or delete/add contents.
However, with an iOS file browser, you can easily do all these things. Here we'd like to introduce the top 1 iPhone/iPad/iPod file viewer, which is based on computer to help you extract the iOS files - it won't cause data loss or damage on your device.
iPhone 5 Data Transfer is the best file explorer for all iOS devices. It enables you to access the file system on PC and browse all contents, so that you can organize all items as you like. It supports iPhone, iPad and iPod with iOS 10, iOS 9.3.2, iOS 9.3.1, iOS 9.3.0 and ealier iOSs, including the ones which are jailbroken or without jailbreak (showed as below):
After you download and install iAny Transfer on your PC, run it and then connect your iPhone to this computer via a USB cable. Then you can start. Here is how:
|iPhone:||iPhone SE, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPhone 4|
|iPad:||iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display (iPad mini 2), iPad mini, iPad with Retina display (iPad 4), The new iPad (iPad 3), iPad 2, iPad 1|
|iPod:||iPod touch 5, iPod touch 4, iPod classic 6, iPod classic 5, iPod shuffle 4, iPod shuffle 3, iPod nano 7, iPod nano 6, etc.|
Download and install iAny Transfer on your Windows computer (like Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista). There will be an iPhone/iPad/iPod file browser for Mac and we will update you accordingly.
Then you can easily explore, browser and manage all your iOS files on computer, including music, videos, playlists, photos, iBook, contacts, messages, app and system.
For more details, you can go to the user guide of iAny Manger, which has explain deeply and show you clearly how to view and manage your iOS files.comments powered by Disqus