TimeCapsule 0.13b4

TimeCapsule Version 0.13b4 of TimeCapsule has some new features. There have been quite a few apps added to the list of apps that can be backed up…they include; Calendar, Camera Roll, PuzzleManiak, Stocks, Voicemail, Weather, WorldClock and YouTube. However, you can now only make one backup of each applications (besides MapsCache and YouTube where you can have two backups) unless you purchase the full app. It is $12.00 to purchase the full version. Once you have created a backup, you can tap on it and the options in the pop-up have changed. You now have the option to…Restore, Rename, Delete, Email and Cancel. There is also a some new options on the lower menu bar that will give you more info about the app and allow you to clear the “email attachment temporary folder.” A few things I would love to see this app have is an automatic backup…maybe like the same time once a day and a backup all button. That would be sweet! The thing that I love about this app is before I restore, I can go in and pull off the /private/var/mobile/Library/TimeCapsule (for 1.1.3 and above) or the /private/var/root/Library/TimeCapsule (for 1.1.2 and below) folder and then restore. Then all I have to do is reinstall the app and drag my saved TimeCapsule folder back into the ~Library/TimeCapsule and go in and restore all my stuff! Very cool! TimeCapsule is available through the databinge source. Below are the screenshots.



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  1. Great app and it’s working just the way it should…

  2. Brooke, you said you can go in and pull off the /private/var/mobile/Library/TimeCapsule. Can you please tell me how do you do that? thanks (=

    • You have to do it via SSH. Check out of OpenSSH page for instructions on how to do that! Then just find the /private/var/mobile/Library/TimeCapsule (if you are on 1.1.3 and above) and drag it to your computer. Then, after you restore you can reinstall the app and then drag the file you dragged to your computer back onto your iPhone in the same spot you took it out of…then you can go into the app from your SpringBoard and restore everything through the app.

    • It seems like most iphone people (or developers probably) prefer using SSH and/or Terminal to do things on the iphone. I’m not a Terminal guy and know little about SSH.

      Another option for you Kiat, for backing up the TimeCapsule folder, is to install AFPd from installer.app. Open AFPd is installed, open it and turn the server on.

      Now open Finder on your Mac and look under Shared (10.5) or Network (10.4) for your iphone. Connect using root/alpine or root/dottie, if you haven’t changed your password. Start navigating at “Root File System” to the path listed above.

      hope this helps!
      brian
      corewerkz

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