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I need a tweak like "Download Manager pro", which allows you to download any video you play. The thing is, it saves to its own private storage (and not camera roll) so I can't share them with anyone.

Does anyone knows a tweak that does this job?

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What is a tweak and what does this run on? – Mark Mar 13 '13 at 13:18
@Mark Since this question has a "jailbreak" tag, I believe Andrei is referring to extensions installable on jailbroken iOS devices. – britta Mar 15 '13 at 2:11
@britta - The "jailbreak" tag was not put by Andrei. – Nicolas Barbulesco Dec 24 '14 at 13:30

There are a few tweaks for jailbroken iOS that can import videos into the Videos app:

  • Music2iPod (free). I haven't tested this one though.
  • Bridge ($2).
  • The paid version of iFile ($4), using the Gremlin library.
  • YourTube ($4) also uses the Gremlin library and lets you import videos directly from the YouTube app.
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Titan Downloader (Video Download & Player - Titan Downloader) (app store app) lets you use browser inside the app & when you click on a video, you can save it to cache on the app & when you click on the videos tab you can save the video to camera roll or just keep it in the app, your choice.

I personally bought the pro because it is worth it in all honesty. Can save more videos.

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Use MediaBurner, you can download and transfer your video in the camera roll

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you can download form cydia universale video downloader

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