How to copy files to the Vivo phone


Vivo is a Chinese brand that produces smartphones and accessories for them. This company is often called the Chinese Apple for the similarity in design and prices for mobile phones. Usually, the smartphones of this manufacturer belong to the premium price segment. Nevertheless, you can always find low-cost Vivo Android phones and those in the mid-range segment of the market.

The latest Vivo Android smartphone is Vivo X21. The phone got the design in the style of the iPhone X. The Vivo phone X21 is equipped with a 6.28-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD + (2280 x 1080 pixels) and 19:9 aspect ratio, a dual 12 + 5MP main camera, and a 12MP front camera, eight-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, 6GB of RAM and 64 or 128GB of internal flash memory with the ability to be expanded up to 256GB.

All this sounds rather impressive, doesn’t it? However, when trying to connect Android phone to Mac do not wait that your phone will be recognized and you will be able to access the content of your phone just like with a snap of a finger. Still it doesn’t mean that it is impossible.

Tired of making Android and Mac friends? Follow this advice


One of the well-known solutions is Android File Transfer app. Fast, simple and easy, it allows you to browse files on Android from Mac and get the access to your phone’s content just with the help of the USB cable. You would need to download and install the app on your Mac and after that connect your Vivo phone via USB and enjoy how simple Vivo file transfer can be.

Android File Transfer app

The next excellent app for Android file transfer for Mac is Commander One. Despite being a great Android file manager Mac solution with a wide number of outstanding features, Commander One also allows connecting devices supporting MTP connection like they are local drives.

Vivo file transfer

Browse the content, copy files by drag and drop function and enjoy how simple it can be thanks to the dual-panel interface of Commander One. What could be better!

Try Commander One and check how it works.

Commander One

Requirements: OS X 10.10+ , 13.1Mb free space
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