The following tutorial will teach GNOME, Ubuntu, and other Linux users how to synchronize music and video files on their Apple iPhone 3G, 3Gs, or iPhone 4 devices. The tutorial was tested with an iPhone 3Gs phone, on the Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) operating system. Apple's iPhone is quite an impressive smartphone, and if you are i... (read more)
Everybody is excited now about the product launch of the ipad but I guess it’s time to put it away and take a look at iphone support in the upcoming release of Ubuntu (10.04, Lucid Lynx). The first few minutes are containing footage from a fresh install. After that I compiled the latest version (1.0.0) [...]
I currently have an iPhone 4, but I've seen the Galaxy S3 and can see that it is a lot better than the iPhone in many ways. I'm due for an upgrade with my carrier so I was thinking of switching to the S3 / Android platform, but I'm a bit worried to switch for some reason. I wonder things like - will the S3 be laggy, will it be reliable and easy enough to use, etc...
I had installed and updated the libimobiledevice, and now, ubuntu can see my iphone after connected. Great to have this libimobile device tool.
From Banshee or Rhythmbox, can see music in my iPhone.
But,the music files only can move one way. I cannot save the music files into the iPhone. Only the music files can be copied out from iPhone into the harddrive of ubuntu.
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I have always been able to plug my iphone right into my pc, then drag and drop files from the iphone right into a folder on my pc. I'm trying to store pics/vids which has never been a problem. It used to say "Iphone now unmounted", but now, immediately after that message pops up, I get a second message that says, "Iphone now MOUNTED".