On the Internet, you can find a lot of information about brands, whose smartphones are sold in the markets of North America, Europe, China, leaving the African market without attention. This is not surprising, since, on the African continent mainly Nokia smartphones are sold, providing the company a greater market share.
However, there are also local brands in Africa – for example, the manufacturer Tecno Mobiles, that claims to be the leader in the smartphone market in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Cameroon. There is a wide range of Tecno phones, from very simple devices (obviously, a large share of sales) to flagship models, among them is Tecno Android smartphone Phantom 6 Plus, built on MediaTek Helio X20.
However, how to connect Tecno phone and make its content accessible from Mac? In this article, we will highlight aspects of Tecno file transfer to computer running Mac OS X.
Tips for a seamless Android file sharing
With Android File Transfer, your Mac can easily detect your Tecno Android phone as an external Mac device, thus allowing transferring files from Android to Mac with no effort. The app is compatible with Android 3.0 or later and Mac OS X 10.5 or later. However, there is a limit on the file size for transfer in 4 GB file for transfers. So to connect Android to computer running Mac OS you will need just an app, USB cable and several clicks of the mouse.
With Commander One transferring files from Android to Mac can be fast and easy, as the app supports connection via MTP.
However, besides the possibility to mount Android devices, the app offers a big variety of other useful features as working with ZIP, RAR, TBZ, TGZ, 7z files, Terminal emulator, viewing processes, searching for files across all drives and archives, connection to popular cloud storages such as Dropbox, Google Drive and Amazon S3 storage and much more.
In other words, Commander One is a rather convenient file manager with a dual-panel interface developed in the Swift with a wide range of useful features that you could only wish for.
Choose your app and enjoy transferring files from Android to Mac and vice versa.
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