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Can a Macbook charge it's batteries from a USB-A charger (car or wall) or battery pack? It depends, but yes, it should work. The charging performance may vary from it charges very slowly to not at all. "Type A" is the connector type; it has nothing to do with how much power is being delivered. What you need is a power adapter that is compliant to USB 3.1 ...


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I believe you might be able to do this.. My only evidence for that statement is from this USB-A to USB-C cable on Amazon and the associated product reviews. Dozens of users state that they use it, albeit very slowly, to charge their MacBooks. However, one user, who has the very first review and is rated as 'most helpful' provides technical details as to ...


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OSX is much simpler than Ubuntu, the only mount that will occur to USB devices' FSs is the one with mount point located at /Volumes. Even if every file system (which of course mounts as a folder) has some little differences from an actual folder. These differences make it appear as a directory transparently to the programs, but allow apps such as Finder to ...


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Your card seems sluggish because it is. Your particular PNY SD card is rated at up to 60MB/s (megabytes per second) data transfer rate; which is approximately .5Gb/s (gigabits per second) In comparison, your SanDisk has a read speed of 150MB/s or 1.2Gb/s (SanDisk does not provide a write speed). Basically, you swapped out a storage medium for another that,...


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For a Cable Matters adapter, I had to get the drivers from here: http://www.asix.com.tw/download.php?sub=driverdetail&PItemID=131



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