Gionee is a Chinese company that produces such famous smartphones as M2017, Gionee M6 / M6 Plus and Elife. Despite having a very specific design, Gionee phone always collects positive feedback from users for its powerful characteristics. Gionee's latest mobile model is the S10 Lite with 1.4GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage that can be extended up to 256GB via a microSD card.
With the increasing popularity of mobile phones, people place more demands on file transferring and file sharing. As you are aware of the problem that when you connect Android to Mac your Android device isn’t recognized by the Mac. That is why finding a right program to help users to manage file between Gionee Android phone and Mac is required by more and more people. Well, how to choose the most suitable tool? Let’s throw light on a problem.
How to access Android from Mac
The first solution is to use Android File Transfer developed by Google. You can seamlessly transfer files between your Android device and a Mac using a simple USB cable and the Android File Transfer software on your Mac. Thanks to this app, you can backup all photos or music on your Android phone, and transfer any files from your computer to your phone. The app has an intuitive interface and doesn’t require a lot of effort.
The second solution is to use Android File Transfer alternative – Commander One developed by Eltima Software. In addition to standard file management operations, the software supports the transfer of photos, videos, and other data from Android to Mac and back. The main features of Commander One for working with Android devices are: the ability to view any files on Android, without copying to Mac, copy files from Android to Mac and the other way round, immediately after connecting the Android device to the Mac, it will be available in Commander One as a local drive.
Commander One is an excellent file manager for Mac with a rather rich functionality. Moreover, the app makes it very convenient to work with Android device files connected to your Mac, just give it a try!
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