Same here. Turned everything on on the iMac, even disabled all encryption & whatnot, but I gets no iPhone in finder.I've activated AppleTalk through Ethernet > Advanced, it's still not finding my iPhone. Also note, there is no NetaTalk app icon. Is there a setting i'm missing?
You're correct. I'm on Tiger and to use this app I just manually entered my IP address. Just go to Finder, click on Go>Connect to Server then enter:Sorry for this question - shared disks do not show up automatically in the Tiger's sidebar, right? I've seen screenshots of that on Leopard, does it deal with shared disks differently?
All the how-to Netatalk for Iphone screenshots, by Saurik, were in Leopard.
I think to use AppleTalk you need to connect via WiFi or Ethernet. I haven't used USB before with the phone--are you wanting speedier transfers than are available with WiFi?is there a way to connect via AppleTalk protocol on the USB connection?
and is there a way to change the password?
i registered just to comment on this thread. i was looking for help too. but then i thought of turning my phone completely off and turning it back on and it appeared on my shared list. so maybe some of you should try that.
Since I upgraded to 2.2 and re-jaiibroke with Quickpwn, I too cannot get the "Shared" folder to appear in the sidebar.
This had been working perfectly before the upgrade.
I am using Leopard; 10.5.5.
Turning off and on did nothing for me.
Any help would be appreciated.
I also registered just to comment as well, I wasnt it in sidebar on Leopard 10.5.5 with iphone 3g and 2.2. I went to the advanced settings in network preferences and turned AppleTalk on, and Tadaaaa! there it was in my sidebar!i registered just to comment on this thread. i was looking for help too. but then i thought of turning my phone completely off and turning it back on and it appeared on my shared list. so maybe some of you should try that.