John Frankish <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Using usbmuxd-1.0.9(git), libimobiledevice-1.1.6(git), libplist-1.11(git) and ifuse-1.1.3(git)...
I can mount and read from an iPhone5S running iOS-7.0.4
$ ls /mnt/iphone
AirFair/ Downloads/ Recordings/
Airlock/ PhotoData/ Safari/
ApplicationArchives/ Photos/ iTunes_Control/
..but using gtkpod...
$ gtkpod --mountpoint=/mnt/iphone
[load selected ipod]
** (gtkpod:21386): CRITICAL **: gp_load_ipod: assertion 'itdb->usertype & GP_ITDB_TYPE_IPOD' failed
$ grep initial_mountpoint /home/tc/.gtkpod/prefs
From the gtkpod website I understand that the latest stable version supports up to iOS5,
but does git support any later versions than that and/or is it likely to in the near future?
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Very unlikely since without a lot of hard reverse engineering and there is sadly not the enthusiasm in the community for doing it that there once was.