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Dowloading photos from Droid Pro to Mac

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mindyjo4, May 4, 2011.

  1. mindyjo4

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    When I connect my Droid Pro via USB to my Mac, it launches my iPhoto, but none of the photos in my phone are being seen by my computer. Any ideas how to get my computer to recognize my phone?
     

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    did u set ur phones usb to enable debug and tell it to be used as a mass storage device when plugged in via usb?
     
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    Not sure what "enable debug" is. My phone is set to the "mass storage device", though.

    I was able to simply manually find the pictures and drag time to my iPhoto. That solved the problem for the time being. There may not be an "automatic" download of them, and I guess that is OK.
     
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    There isn't an automagic download for this. We're using an Android device and the Mac is apple. They don't really play to well with stuff like this. I always have to go into the directory on my phone through finder and pull them all.
     

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