How to Put AFC2 on the iPhone

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The program Apple File Connection (AFC) is on every iPhone, and it is used by iTunes to exchange files with the phone. Adding the "fstab" file is viewed by many people as a basic jailbreak. AFC2 differs from AFC because it permits access to the entire file system. Adding AFC2 to your iPhone may resolve issues with the mobile substrate, iPhone browser or Winterboard.

  • Navigate in Safari on your iPhone to the website JailbreakMe, which is linked in the Resources section, to jailbreak your iPhone.

  • Locate the application titled "Cydia," which should be installed on your iPhone Springboard. Tap on the Cydia icon with a finger to open the application.

  • Wait for Cydia to load, and then follow the onscreen instructions to set up Cydia properly.

  • Navigate to the "Search" tab on the bottom right portion of the Cydia application.

  • Type "Afc" in the search bar that appears at the top of the application, and click on the blue "Search" button.

  • Wait for the results to load, and then click on the first displayed application titled "afc2add." Click on the "Install" button in the top right corner. Click on the blue "Confirm" button in the top right corner. Click on the "Reboot" button that displays.

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