If this is your app, if you connect the device to your computer, you can use the "Devices" option on Xcode's "Window" menu and then download the app's data container to your computer. Just select your app from the list of installed apps, and click on the "gear" icon and choose "Download Container".
When you sign in to iCloud, you have access to iCloud Drive. With iCloud Drive, you can keep files and folders up to date across all of your devices, share files and folders with friends, family, or colleagues, and more.
When you add your Desktop and Documents folders to iCloud Drive, you can access all of the files in those folders anywhere you use iCloud. Learn more about adding Desktop and Documents to iCloud Drive.
If you turned on iCloud Drive using iCloud for Windows on a PC, you can pin a file or folder to keep it downloaded to your device. Any changes you make to the file will automatically upload to iCloud Drive when you're back online.
Your Downloads panel and Library keep track of files you download while using Firefox. This article explains how to access and manage the files you download in Firefox and how to configure your download settings.
The Downloads panel displays your five most recently downloaded files, along with their size and download status. To see all of your downloads at any time, go to the Library by clicking on Show all downloads at the bottom of the Downloads panel.
Right-clickHold down the control key while you click the Downloads button for options, such as to hide the Downloads button when there are no downloads in the current session or to show the Downloads panel when a download begins.
The Library displays information for all of your downloaded files unless you've cleared them from your history.Click the Library button, click Downloads and click Show All Downloads at the bottom of the Downloads panel.Click the Library button and click Downloads from the menu.Click the menu button and click Downloads from the menu.The Library window will open, showing a list of your downloaded files.
You can check on downloads at any time. Click on the Downloads button to open the Downloads panel. The Downloads panel displays up to five of your most recently downloaded files, as well as their size and download status. Alternatively, click the menu button and then click Downloads to view your downloads in the Library window, which displays a list of your previous downloads, along with the size, source and download time for each file.
When you download a file, you can configure Firefox to always open similar files. Right-clickHold down the control key while you click the file in the Downloads panel and select Always Open Similar Files from the context menu.This will add an entry for that file type to the Applications section of the General panel in Firefox settings, where you can configure how Firefox handles that type of file. To learn more, see Manage file types and download actions in Firefox.
You can change what action Firefox will take for handling downloads for different types of files when you browse the Web, such as opening the file with a specified application or always asking you what to do for that type of file.
Other files covered under download protection may be potentially unwanted downloads (explained in the Google Policy) that may make unexpected changes to your computer. Or, a download may not be malicious or unwanted, but simply not commonly downloaded. The file name will be displayed with one of these warning messages:
When you see a malicious file or other types of potentially unsafe files in the Downloads panel, click on the right-facing arrow to choose what to do with the file. You will be given more information about the type of unsafe file and the option to allow the download or remove it:
The first step is to download the repository containing the code required to build the app. The next steps require use of the command line. Go to Applications > Utilities > Terminal and copy and paste the following, then press return. This downloads (clones) the source code into your Home directory, into a folder called scummvm:
Another way to transfer files (for macOS Catalina and newer) to your device is by using the Finder while your device is connected to your Mac. In the Finder app on your Mac, navigate to Locations in the left pane, and click on the connected device. Click on Files, then drag the folder containing the game files into the ScummVM folder. For older versions of macOS, and for Windows users, file transfer can be done in iTunes.
iOS is very different, you don't have access to the entire file system. There's a good reason for this: it's called sandboxing. This is a security feature that ensures that apps are sequestered, and no app - or its data or files - can communicate with another app. There are some exceptions to this, of course: you can access your photo library from apps other than Photos to send pictures via email or Messages; you can play music files with third-party music player apps; and so on. But in general, sandboxing means that apps can't access other apps, their data, or their files. An app has only access to its own folder (sandbox).
Click Apps, then select the app whose files or data you want to view. You'll see that for many apps the Documents folder shows a "Do Not Enter" icon; this means that these apps have not enabled file sharing. But this isn't a problem. Since iMazing has just backed up your device, you can access these files from the app's Backup folder. This folder gives you access to that part of your device's backup that contains files and data for the specific app.
If you simply want to read the contents of a file, you can try double-clicking it; you may or may not have an app able to read that file. If you right-click on a file, you can choose an app to open the file. If that doesn't work, you can copy the file to your computer.
If you want to copy files to your Mac or PC, select the item(s) you want to copy, then click Copy to Mac or Copy to PC in the toolbar at the bottom of the iMazing window. iMazing copies these files from your backup, but makes them available to you outside the encrypted, protected backup.
The Voicemail folder at /private/var/mobile/Library contains AMR codec audio files of each voicemail recorded message and voicemail.db database, where information related to each audio file like sender, the date, the duration and so on are stored.
Check for the installer file which maybe on your Desktop or default Downloads folder. You are looking for a file called ADE_3.0_Installer.exe or the equivalent of the version downloaded.
To delete expired ebook covers within the Library screen, right-click on the cover and choose Remove from Library. The .acsm file associated with the expired ebook, although no longer active, remains on your device until you manually delete it. (It is not necessary to remove these files as they are no longer active)
Either way, now you should be able to gain access to the hidden var folders. With this access, you can delete any unwanted cache files that take up too much space. But always be careful when deleting anything: if you aren't sure what it does, it is probably best to leave it alone. Reboot or restart your Mac, as that should automatically clear out bloated cache files and folders.
You can reliably gain the space and processing power needed to improve your Mac's performance by downloading CleanMyMac X. It has the Space Lens tool that can build your storage map in a matter of seconds and show you all the files and folders on your Mac.
gcloud automatically attempts to resume interrupted downloads, exceptwhen performing streaming downloads. If your download getsinterrupted, a partially downloaded temporary file becomes visible inthe destination hierarchy. Run the same cp command to resume thedownload where it left off.
gsutil automatically attempts to resume interrupted downloads, exceptwhen performing streaming downloads. If your download getsinterrupted, a partially downloaded temporary file becomes visible inthe destination directory. Run the same cp command to resume thedownload where it left off.
On a desktop, you judge your current location by what window you have open. For instance, when you open a window and click on the Documents folder icon, you think of yourself as being in your Documents folder.
Think of your computer as the internet (or the internet as a computer, more appropriately). If you start in your home folder, then all of your personal files can be expressed using your home as the starting point. Think of your home folder as a web URL's domain. Instead of a URL, the term directory path or file path is used. Here are some example paths:
In our October 2019 report, we detail how we determined these redirections to be the result of network injection attacks performed either through tactical devices, such as rogue cell towers, or through dedicated equipment placed at the mobile operator. When months later we analysed the iPhone of Moroccan independent journalist Omar Radi, who as documented in our 2020 report was targeted, we found similar records involving the free247downloads[.]com domain as well.
Because of this, we can find additional records involving the domains free247downloads[.]com and urlpush[.]net in app-specific WebKit local storage, IndexedDB folders, and more. In multiple cases IndexedDB files were created by Safari shortly after the network injection redirect to the Pegasus Installation Server.
The Cache.db file for com.apple.coretelephony contains details about the HTTP response which appeared to have been a download of ~250kb of binary data. Indeed, we found the downloaded binary in the fsCachedData sub-folder, but it was unfortunately encrypted. Amnesty International believes this to be the payload launched as gatekeeperd. 2b1af7f3a8