Safari not loading videos via Quicktime

EngageWithRage

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I recently Jailbroke my iPhone and all is well except I tried to install the Safari Download Manager and iFile and after doing so Safari no longer plains videos in Quicktime when i click on them, instead it downloads the file and give me the option to open it in iFile and nothing else happens, even when I clic on "Open in iFile). I tried uninstalling both applications but still get the same thing. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I am using the iPhone 4s on iOS 5.0.1.
 

maturola

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Thanks for the reply,

Which options because I scoured my phone trying to find a way to fix this. Is it under the norbal Settings > Safari> etc or is it somewhere in the SB Settings? Or are you talking about the settings in iFile.
Safari Download Manager's Settings,

GO to Settings > Scroll down pass all the App you got install and them you will see the Jailbreak app you got install, between those should be "Safari Download Manager" > go inside and change the "Media" files.

 

EngageWithRage

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Meh, this didn't work because the Safari Download Manager is not in my Settings. I download the app (which was made by the creator) but I didn't know that you had to pay for it so it may have been out of date or not compatible with iOS 5.0.1. So I am still having the same issue with videos being download and being prompted to open in iFile but never open..and when I click on the option to play them in the mediaplayer i hear audio but the media player doesnt open. Is the new paid for app for Safari Download Manager compatible with the new iOs?
 

maturola

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That add-on developer doesn't seen to be active anymore, so no new version for iOS5, and I haven't seen anything similar around. I would recommend iFile (it will allow you to open and download different files to your file system) and also would recommend using Atomic Web Browser which had a Download manager build in.
 

EngageWithRage

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That add-on developer doesn't seen to be active anymore, so no new version for iOS5, and I haven't seen anything similar around. I would recommend iFile (it will allow you to open and download different files to your file system) and also would recommend using Atomic Web Browser which had a Download manager build in.
Thanks, and I didn't know that, but now I do!
 
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