How to transfer files from Mac to Alcatel smartphone

Alcatel is mainly known for inexpensive smartphones. However, recently the company decided that it is time to acquire other distinctive features. Nowadays, Alcatel Android smartphones began to look more stylish and impressive. At the MWC 2018, ​​Alcatel has introduced a whole line of its new smartphones. The most advanced of these was Alcatel 5.

This Alcatel phone received a 5.7-inch display with a resolution of 1440 × 720 pixels and an aspect ratio of 18: 9, processor MediaTek 6750, 2/3 GB RAM, 16/32 GB of internal memory and a 3000 mAh battery. The main camera of the smartphone has a resolution of 12 megapixels, the front camera is double, with a resolution of 13 + 5 megapixels. This Alcatel Android phone is based on Nougat.

However, despite these features, the problem of using Android with Mac remains the same. How to connect Android phone to Mac and access all the content of the phone from Mac? In this article, you will find the answer how to make Alcatel file transfer fast and easy.

Tips for Android data transfer

The first very popular solution is an app developed by Google called Android File Transfer. The app allows you to connect Android to Mac and access the content of the phone in a matter of seconds. Simple, fast and easy. All that you really need is a USB cable in order to make it work.

Android File Transfer app

The second solution is Commander One. It is a great Android File Transfer alternative with more advanced features. Like Android File Transfer, the app doesn’t require a lot of actions in order to access the content of Android phone from Mac. However, thanks to Commander One’s double-pane interface it can be done in a more convenient way.

Alcatel file transfer

It is a rather powerful file manager that works with a big number of archive formats, has Terminal emulator, root access, built-in file viewer, advanced search and a lot of other useful features.

So, no matter if you are using Alcatel tablet or Alcatel phone you can always access your devices from Mac by following the tips above.

Commander One

Requirements: MacOS 10.10+ , 37.59MB free space
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