I have an iPod touch 4g with 64GB storage space. Is there some way to store files of any file type on the device? I know that there are plenty of apps which let you share files via iTunes. Is there a way to make file storage independent from iTunes? Can I exchange data between a PC and a Mac that way? I have read that you have to use Jailbreak to access the file system. Is there any other more "legitimate" way of doing this?


If you have any apps or music on there, there's probably less than fifty GB available. If you are that low on space, you might be better off with a 64GB USB drive or SD card.

DropBox, OneDrive, iCloud, and their several competitors make it easy to keep files on it, but they also keep a copy of the same files on your other device.


I found this after a quick search: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/air-share-transfer-files-from-pc-to-iphone-ipad/id1126257410?mt=8


  • The better link would be : itunes.apple.com/app/id1126257410 Yes, we have built this app and you can transfer any file types to the app and store it without the need of iTunes. Rare file ( types ) get copied to Other Files folder. Hope this helps. – Omkar Jadhav Jan 31 '19 at 5:42

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