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So here's the deal:
I forgot the password to my jailbroken iphone and was faced with restoring the phone and loosing all my data. I was however able to access the files via iphone browser, and rescue the important stuff. This included the address book folder. Now my question is, is it possible to view these files on my macbook?
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Surely all the information in your addressbook files (from your iPhone) are the same as those on your Mac ... so I guess I'm not seeing the issue here.
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I only had the contact info on my phone.
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