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Simultaneously slide Windows Linux iOS Android files back and forth over USB at 7GB per minute speeds using 100% native devices (no proprietary software needed)



 
 
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Old September 20th 18, 03:17 PM posted to comp.mobile.ipad,comp.mobile.android,alt.os.linux,microsoft.public.windowsxp.general,alt.comp.os.windows-10
Frank Slootweg
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Default Simultaneously slide Windows Linux iOS Android files back and forth over USB at 7GB per minute speeds using 100% native devices (no proprietary software needed)

Wolf K wrote:
On 2018-09-19 21:34, Arlen H. Holder wrote:
On Wed, 19 Sep 2018 20:29:42 -0000 (UTC), Diesel wrote:

Arlen, I was specifically responding to your original comment about
moving files across various devices without having to use
specialized software (itunes,airdrop,etc). It is infact, a well
known method of doing it.

I appreciate that you're trying to prove the method is "obvious", which, if
it were obvious, would be trivial to prove (becuase it's USB); but the fact
is that I know something you don't know. Nobody knows it.

Q: What do I know that nobody else knows?
A: How to view & write to the entire visible file system of iOS

How to do that, is NOT obvious (except to me).
*The three hilarious articles you cited PROVE you don't understand.*

I agree that USB is well known for moving files, as is the use of
FTP/HTTP/SMB servers over WiFi.

The only two "tricks" of this method that are not obvious, a
a. We use Linux to access iOS (because it does it best)
b. We use a trick that allows write access to iOS

[cut]

All known before you "discovered" it. Don't you know that almost all
rescue disks are Linux-based? Etc.


True, but more important is that his

a. We use Linux to access iOS (because it does it best)


comment proves that his OP - and everything since then - is one big lie.

Proof:

I post this FYI so others know how *easy* it is to *simultaneously* slide
huge files both ways over USB to *any* iOS, Android, Windows, & Linux
device!


Note "Windows ... device".

Over four systems!


Note "four". Note "systems".

Note that on all four devices you have *zero* additional software.
The only software is what is commonly installed when you install the OS.

[...]
Note that all four devices have *simultaneous* read/write access.


Note "four". Note "devices".

I won't tell *why*/how my cites are proof that he's is lying. That
would spoil the beauty and brilliance of my discovery.

He has no clue why my cites prove his lies. He doesn't even comprehend
it. While that's in character for stupid people like him always proves
himself [sic] to be, I think it's kind of humorous too and proves that
he's stupid in every post.

*The Dunning-Kruger self-assessment effect fits him well.*

Have a good day,


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