Last Updated: May 30,2010
Can it read AAC files and sync sufficiently with my macbook?
Sorry total android newb.
I'm on a mac/macbook... works fine.. not sure about AAC files.. but im sure it does/ if it doesn't there is probably an app that does.
No, if you hook an Android phone to ANY Apple product, it will dissolve!
(At least it should)
It doesn't. It does charge through USB, but it does load up as a hard drive though. Just a matter of creating a folder and dragging and dropping files.
I emailed HTC if there would be software to support macs, but the rep who emailed back said there were no plans for mac syncing capability anytime soon.
I use mine on my macbook and haven't had any problems yet...it's basically like plugging a flashdrive into your mac, except the D.Inc didn't have to be formatted.
I use Salling Media for syncing anything regarding iTunes to my Dinc.
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I use Markspace's missing sync and sync my htc phone with my mac book pro it uses wifi or blue tooth to sync check it out at Sync Software for Mobile Smartphones to Mac OS X, Windows XP and Windows Vista - Sync Mac and PC!
Thanks for all of the input.
By using the drag and drop method from a mac rather than the HTC sync, would I be missing out on any cool or necessary features?
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