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DiskAid 4.6 – Getting Started

DISKAID 4.6 Quick User Guide
DiskAid allows files and documents transfer between a computer and an Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. DiskAid allows to copy and save data such as Contacts, Notes, Call History, Text Messages, Voicemail and Voice Memos. In conjunction with FileApp & FileApp Pro transferred documents can be viewed and media files can be played onthe go!

• • Access Contacts, Notes, Call History, Voicemail and Voice Memos Show or hide hidden files

DiskAid 4.5 came with many new features and improvements, including: • Access iPhone Text Messages (SMS) • Display and file transfer to and from any iOS App

DiskAid Main Window (PC Windows Version)

DiskAid 4.6 User Guide – © DigiDNA 2011 – www.digidna.net/products/diskaid1

DiskAid 4.6 – Getting Started

First download and install DiskAid and launch the application.

DiskAid Main Window (Mac OS X Version)

1. Connect your device using the USB cable 2. The DiskAid window opens on two distinct panes with the controls on top: a. The ‘Navigation’ pane (left) lists available Folders, Data, Apps and displays any shortcut created by the user.b. The ‘Browser’ window shows the files and folders on the device corresponding to the element selected in the left pane. Note: these controls can be hidden from the "View" menu or set in DiskAid "Preferences". 3. To copy a file or folder from computer to device, simply drag and drop the element onto the desired location on DiskAid’s Browser, or click the top ‘Copy to Device’ control, choose adestination and press ‘Open’. 4. Conversely, in order to transfer documents from the device and save it to the computer, simply drag and drop items from DiskAid’s Browser or click ‘Copy to PC/ Mac’. 5. Contacts and Notes can be opened, viewed and saved to the computer. Voicemail and Voice Memos can be exported to any location.

DiskAid 4.6 User Guide – © DigiDNA 2011 –www.digidna.net/products/diskaid


DiskAid 4.6 – Getting Started 6. iPhone users can access Text Messages (SMS), Call History and Voicemail stored on the device by clicking the corrresponding icons from the left pane. DiskAid must be registered to allow copy and export such data.

1. Folders 2. Data 2. Apps 3. Shortcuts 4. Advanced Features

1. Folders
Storage Folder Reserved for storage. Files ofany type can be saved here but will not be readable on the device. Camera Roll Used by the device’s internal camera, this folder stores pictures and videos that have been captured with the device only. Media Folder Generic folder for all media stored apart from application folders, most other folder are in fact already contained within the media folder itself. Note : do not delete or add files inthis folder if you do not know exactly what you are doing! Root Folder (Jailbreak only) If the connected device has been jailbroken, the root folder will show up in the Navigation pane. Please note that any changes are to be made with great care and should be only performed by developers or advanced users. Note : functions like text messages or contacts copy do not need a jailbreak anymore (sinceversion 4.6).

2. Data
iPod Contains the iPod music that has been imported in iTunes. DiskAid can copy music, but not the corresponding track info such as albums, artists or song names, etc. TuneAid should be therefore used in order as to get all tracks data, including playlists, ratings and more (for more details refer to TuneAid online documentation). Photos Contains all pictures that have beensynced using iTunes. Please note: DiskAid will not read the specific database used in this case, PicsAid will and therefore will be used to

DiskAid 4.6 User Guide – © DigiDNA 2011 – www.digidna.net/products/diskaid


DiskAid 4.6 – Getting Started copy synced pictures from device to computer (for more details refer to PicsAid online documentation). Contacts All contacts and details...
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