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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by picklesNICKLES, May 30, 2010.

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    Can it read AAC files and sync sufficiently with my macbook?


    Sorry total android newb.
     

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    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.
     
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    No, if you hook an Android phone to ANY Apple product, it will dissolve! :D

    (At least it should)
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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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