In case you are a frequent Dropbox user and like to upload and download media with dropbox anywhere on the go, in this guide we show you how to integrate dropbox account within iPhone. While he narrow wall between user accessibility and Apple’s native iOS firmware holds strong, you cannot really upload photos and other files from within your iPhone. Whereas Google Drive may provide a little ease in case you want to transfer files from your computer to iPhone, specifically pictures, you cannot reverse the process and upload pictures from your iPhone to Google Drive. Same is the case with Dropbox service available for iPhone. Providing cloud services over almost all operating systems, Dropbox is a frequently used service to transfer files between your device and cloud on the go.
FullDrop is a new jailbreak tweak that provides helps you integrate Dropbox account within iPhone. That’s right. You can not only download pictures from your Dropbox account to your iPhone, but also upload media and other files from your iPhone to your Dropbox account by placing the files in a specific directory on your iPhone. Here’s how to get FullDrop on your iDevice including iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch easily.
Integrate DropBox Account Within iPhone With FullDrop Jailbreak
NOTE: Fulldrop is a jailbreak oriented tweak and requires a jailbroken iDevice. In case you wish to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running on iOS 7 , you can follow our step by step tutorial below.
Step 1: Fire the native Cydia application on your iPhone and navigate to Search button on the bottom navigation menu to search for FullDrop tweak there.
The tweak is available under BigBoss repository for free of cost.
Step 2: Tap the Install button on top right corner of the screen to install this tweak. Once installed, you can tap the Return To Cydia button and exit Cydia.
Step 3: Once installed, you will see a FullDrop icon on your device’s springboard. Tap the app to launch it.
You will see a directory of file-system inside the application. To upload a file, all you have to do is place that media file in the FullDrop folder. For those who don’t know where it is, navigate to /var/mobile/Library/FullDrop from the FullDrop screen.
You can simply upload files by placing them in the folder specified above. FullDrop used Dropbox API to link your account with FullDrop, thus integrating your Dropbox account within iPhone. The tweak is a must in case you want to enjoy full Dropbox experience on your iPhone. All you need to do is, place the file you wish to upload in the FullDrop folder, and tap options button and then select upload. To download the file, simply launch FullDrop folder, select a file and tap download to get it on your iPhone.
Additionally, in case you wish to remove or delete some file on your iPhone, you can do so by swiping on it, and then choose to delete it. That’s not all. Once you upload some files from your iPhone to Dropbox account using FullDrop, you can get public URLs of those files pointing to your official Dropbox account.