Meizu is one of the largest manufacturers of smartphones all over the world. From the very beginning, the company produced MP3 players. However, since 2007, when the first Meizu smartphone M9 was released, the company has focused on producing phones and nowadays it can boast a big variety of phones. As most of the phones, Meizu phone is running Android and on the wave of popularizing devices on the Android platform and computers with OS X, some people with both devices have problems with transferring files from Android to Mac. In fact, connecting Android to Mac is not as scary as it seems for the first sight. Want to know how to make Meizu file transfer in a more convenient way? Follow the tips below.
How to connect Meizu phone to Mac
The easy way to solve this problem is to install the application, called Android File Transfer, on the desktop Mac or MacBook, then connect Android to Mac using a USB cable from the charger that was in the box with the device. When everything is ready, your Meizu phone will be displayed as a hard disk on your Mac allowing you to control the phone from the Mac. You can transfer photos, perform backups, save music and videos, and much more. Simple, fast and easy.
If you are for an app with a little bit more functionality try Commander One. The app allows connecting not only smartphones running Android but also all the other devices that support MTP connection. The app doesn’t require any additional tools except for simple USB cable that comes fitted with the phone.
Apart from this Commander One is a great file manager with a lot of useful features that can be a cup of tea for the users with different skills, no matter if they are only beginners or savvy ones. The app supports a wide range of connections including FTP, SFTP, Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3, WebDAV protocol, etc., allows opening archives as folders and work with the content without extracting it, has the unlimited amount of tabs and many more.
So, don’t be afraid that you won’t be able to transfer files from Android to Mac or vice versa, as there are always ways out regarding Android file sharing in combination with Mac.
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