July 10, 2014

The best Alternative to Android File Transfer

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If you ever get to Android File Transfer review site, you will discover so many people are complaining the program dose not work after iOS 4.0.4 update. What is more terrible is lots of people lost their information within the transfer process. Absolutely, Android File Transfer is suck.

Are you looking for a better tool to replace of the Android File Transfer? When the reply is yes, you are in the right place. The article will show you a nice Android File Transfer Alternative – MobileGo for Android (Mac).

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How to transfer files from Android device to Mac

 

1. Move audio, movies or pics from Android tablet or phone to Mac

Click on “Music”, “Videos” or “Photos” in the left catalogue, simply select music or videos you want to transfer to your Mac pc, and then click “Export” button to transfer all the data to Mac. For music, you can even transfer to iTunes library straight.

video to mac

2. Transfer SMS from Android mobile phone to Mac computer

Click on “SMS” in the left sidebar, press “Save As” and set a destination folder to save the Text messages as files in .txt format on your Mac pc.

Ideas: You are able to send messages via Mac using the software, mark your massages as Read, Delete, Forwarding, Search, and so forth.

sms to mac

3. Transfer contacts from Android device to Mac pc

Press “Contacts” in the left catalogue, you will see the contacts list, choose all or some of the contacts, and then click “Export” tab, the software will start to move the contacts to Mac.

Tips: Additionally you can edit and add contacts on your Mac , and import contacts from Mac pc to the Android device.

contacts to mac

4. Manage your Apps

To install apps from your pc, simply click the “Install” icon and then select the APK files from your computer or hard drive to install the apps either on your SD card or phone storage.

To uninstall apps, choose the apps you need to uninstall and hit the “Uninstall” button in the menu bar. Then select “Yes” on the pop-up window to delete the apps from Android mobile.

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