Support Plugging into a Mac?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Markus729, Sep 4, 2010.

  1. Markus729

    Markus729 Well-Known Member
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    I'm sure I already know the answer to this, but is it possible to use the USB capabilities on a Mac? Or is the Incredible not Mac friendly? :(
     

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  2. Bigjew92

    Bigjew92 Well-Known Member
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    it is totally mac friendly...ive used pda net with it and transfering whatever i need. 10000%
     
  3. JScott88

    JScott88 New Member
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    ^^^^ true that. i use a mac too and you can plug in USB no prob.
     
  4. parkschr

    parkschr Well-Known Member
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    What other kind of computer is there? :eek:

    I love my Mac! Been a Mac user for 15 years.
     
  5. Markus729

    Markus729 Well-Known Member
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    Sweet. Thanks everyone. It never occurred to me to just plug in and see... I'll try it.

    btw, I've been on a Mac since mid '80s, when Drake Univ began giving Macintosh's to each student. I still have my Macintosh Plus.
     
  6. potterdood

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    I'm using a mac as well it acts the same as if it were on a pc I guess. I'm mad, still no 2.2 for me!
     
  7. Markus729

    Markus729 Well-Known Member
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    Hmm, no go for me. I plug in and I get a message on my MacBook Pro that basically says, "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer", and on my phone, is says, "Charge only".

    Do I need to install the software that came in the box? Sounds funny, but with USB, I've rarely had to install anything for a Mac to get it to work.

    NEVER MIND, I clicked on the icon in the nav bar and found the other options, including, "make disk drive".

    thanks!
     
  8. sabrewings

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    Linux > Mac or Windoze.
     
  9. c130wm

    c130wm New Member
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    OK I'm lost. I plugged my paper weight (Droid incred) in and same "disk" story. would any one care to clue me in on how to make the droid-Mac love connection?
     

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