It’s your phone so why shouldn’t you be able to see your files on it? When you plug your Android phone into a PC, it mounts like a USB Flash drive and lets you see all your files and folders. When using the device itself, a simple program like Astro File Manager allows you to browse, copy, move or delete your files and folders.
Unfortunately, Tim Cook and company think seeing your own file system is like taking an apple from the Tree of Knowledge. The Cupertino power brokers trust you so little that they won’t even let you browse the folders to attach a file in the email client (it’s photos and videos only). The only way to really gain access to browse the file system on the device is to jailbreak your iPhone and likely be cast out of warranty coverage.
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