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Now Attach Any iOS File in Email Using This Jailbreak App

As an iOS device user, you would know well by now just how restrictive Apple's mobile operating system is. Fortunately for those who refuse to be bound by iOS's restrictive nature, they have the option of jailbreaking their iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. So again today, we will bring into your attention another jailbreak tweak that will enable you to attach any kind of file when sending an email using your iOS device.

Send Any iOS File via Email With AnyAttach

Send Any iOS File via Email

For the most part, the default iOS Mail does its job fine but it can be quite limited when it comes to the variety of files which can be used as an attachment. When sending a mail on the iOS, you can attach the usual photos, video clips and other small attachments like business cards. If you want to send more outside of these, then you are out of luck. This kind of restriction might be fine for casual users, but this is simply not enough for the more advanced users. Fortunately, there is a jailbreak tweak that offset this particular limitation. The name of this tweak is AnyAttach.
What this tweak does is that it enables the user to attach any kind of file which can be found on the iOS system when sending an email. Upon installing the tweak, it will directly integrate with the native Mail app. This means that you won’t have to install any other apps. Simply download the tweak from Cydia, respring and you should be able to send any iOS file via email. With this, you can also send songs and videos on iPhone via email.

As per usual, before you can download and install AnyAttach from Cydia, you need to jailbreak your device first. Here are some tutorials that you could use. For users who are currently in iOS 5.1.1 and want the latest untethered jailbreak, feel free to use the following guides: Absinthe | Redsn0w | Sn0wbreeze | Cinject.

AnyAttach is available in Cydia under BigBoss repo for $1.99.

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