The iFile application is a file manager for iPhones. The utility displays current files, but also includes an editor and so text files can be edited in iFile. Games cannot be modified in iFile if they are complied programs. The only way a compiled program can be rewritten is if you have access to the source code of the program. However, many games have setting, scenery, behavior and character files that the program reads in when it is started. These files can be altered in iFile if they are written as text files.
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Open the iFile application and navigate the folder structure of your phone until you reach the directory where the game is stored. Application files are usually stored below the path “/var/mobile/Applications” where you should look for a directory with the name of the game you want to edit.
Look for text files. If you already have a tip on which file to edit, open it. Otherwise, open in turn any file that has a name like “config,” “cfg,” “status,” or any file that has an extension of “.txt,” “.cfg,” “.conf,” “.cnf,” “.log,” “.list” or “.plist” These are common file endings games producers user for editable files containing parameters that you can edit to your advantage.
Click on a file you want to edit and then select “Text Viewer” to open it. Click the “Edit” button on the left of iFile to get into edit mode. The screen will now have a keyboard overlay, enabling you to type in any changes to the file. Click “Save” and “Done” to save the changes and close the file.
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