Text messages from your Mac are actually sent through your iPhone. On your iPhone go to the Settings app → Messages → Text Message Forwarding. You may need to re-do the setup by removing and re-adding your Mac in there.
The PATH environment variable is simply an order list of directories over which (typically) executables are searched for and run. In short, to get you through the setup you'll need to edit /Users/<username/.bash_profile to include
This is the most painless way to do that. Note, this assumes that you ...
Due to application sandboxing in iOS, which restricts applications to just their individually allocated areas on the filesystem (and prevents access to any other application's or the OS' files as well as memory, network communication, etc.), an app written to be like an antivirus cannot really read anything outside of its own sandbox.
Due to limited ...
Use Android File Transfer, created by Google itself, and it gives you a Finder window to at least transfer files via USB connection. I noticed, however, that you have to use the Samsung cable they provide to power the phone, and not some cheap knockoff USB cable.
It would be nice to have a way for the icon to mount on the desktop via a Bluetooth connection -...
You need an app for OS X/macOS to transfer files from an Android phone to your Mac.
Try Android File Transfer from Google.
Also, a suggestion from another forum is:
Try disabling Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB
debugging in conjunction with setting Settings -> Applications ->
USB settings to Mass storage.
In order to do this in Yosemite, you'll need to go back to the main screen of System Preferences and click on the Sharing preference pane. In the sidebar, there will be an Internet Sharing option. Click on this to view its settings.
Now set the "Share your connection from" drop down to Wi-Fi and then check the Bluetooth PAN checkbox in the menu below. Next ...
This is a new feature in macOS High Sierra that blocks kernel extensions from 3rd-party developers until manually allowed via the Security & Privacy preferences pane. Note this is different from Gatekeeper — this blocks signed kexts until you allow them, and all unsigned kexts are blocked unless System Integrity Protection is disabled. Gatekeeper blocks ...
There is a native RNDIS driver for Mac OS X that allows you to use your Android phone's native USB tethering mode to get Internet access, it is called HoRNDIS:
It is known to work with Mac OS X versions 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) through 10.8.2 (Mountain Lion).
HoRNDIS is also available in source form on GitHub, it is licensed ...
You can use the app SmoothSync for Cloud Contacts to accomplish that. The app will just add another standard sync account in Android under System settings > Accounts & sync where you can login with your Apple ID:
After you've setup the new account all your iCloud contacts will be synced down to the Android device and appear in the People app. Moreover, ...
The option is not available because you have selected to share your connection from Wi-Fi.
You can't share your connection from Wi-Fi to Wi-Fi. Use an alternative method of obtaining a connection to the internet (e.g. Ethernet) so that the internet connection can be shared over Wi-Fi.
Scaling is your culprit. Anything different than 1080p or 4K is going to tax the GPU and cause lag. It's unfortunate. I think a solution which costs a lot more money would be to purchase a 5K monitor then run it at 1440p (the only acceptable resolution imho) This would be the default resolution since it's exactly half of 5K. 1080p is exactly half of 4K which ...
No, nothing is deleted when updating. A common sense would be to back-up everything as things can go wrong, but if everything go right, nothing is deleted! Even opened apps are reopened after update.
It must be noted though that the first time you launch Eclipse, OS X will tell you that it will install Java first, as Java is not installed by default anymore....
I had a similar issue albeit in my case the cause was my usb cable. It was manufactured for power supply and hence let no data through. Switching the cable let me connect my Android device without further problems.
Using a cable, your iPhone can be an audio source by using the built-in Audio MIDI setup. Plug in your phone and click enable.
Next make sure your mac is set to use the device for input.
Then on your phone select audio output to Dock connector. Now any audio from your phone will be sent to your Mac. To use it as a microphone you now need to use an app ...
That's not really how this works. The Android device images are not bootable images or installers or something. They contain a packed copy of the Android OS specifically built for the targeted device as well as all required hardware drivers. No virtualisation software will find any bootable code in such a firmware file.
Also most VMMs (including Parallels) ...
This restriction can be bypassed by changing your browser's user agent. This can be done by clicking the "..." menu and selecting "Request desktop site". Apparently Apple only blocks Chrome for Android, not for desktop.
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If you're wanting to do video editing, web design and software development on the move, I'd personally say that a 13" screen is too small. I'd go for the MacBook Pro 15".
However, you can connect a MacBook Pro to an external display when working at a desk which would allow you much more working space for your applications.
Look in ~/.profile, ~/.bashrc, ~/.bash_profile, /etc/bashrc for a line of the following form:
Also look to see if any of those files contain a line starting with either source or . (which is short for source). If they do then look in the sourced files too.
A quicker ...
Backing up Contents of Android Phone to Compter
On your Android phone, go to your Contacts. Tap the menu button and tap Import/Export. Tap Export to Storage, select the contact data you want to transfer ("Phone") and select OK.
Connect your Android to your PC (USB) and put your phone in Disk Drive mode. Your phone will appear as a drive (or two drives if ...
If you have an iPhone and you use the calendar on it then you can easily put it in Apple's cloud, iCloud, and from there it is easily shared.
First, on your phone go to "Settings" and select iCloud. Make sure Calendars is is flicked across to green and your Calendar is in the cloud.
Now in a web browser go to iCloud.com and click on "Calendar". This will ...
Updating OSX to El Capitan resolved the issue.
Just to clarify. The issue started when I updated my iPhone to the latest version (ie IOS9). A notification popped up saying my iMac's would also need to be updated to IOS9 to remain compatible which is likely a bug as my iMac doesn't run IOS (Ie should have said OSX 10.11 El Capitan).
At the time I ...
You cannot create another file system
No firmware exists for this
It would void your warranty
Android device developers spend a lot of time developing their hardware and software to work together, just like iOS.
The amount of effort required (boot ROM firmware modifications, bricked devices, etc) makes it much easier just to buy an Android if ...
Borrow an old iPhone and run the Apple migration tool by following the setup directions on iOS 9 or you could use the Relo tool to attempt a dry-run on the Android side.
That way, you can actually use the new OS for a bit and if it's unlocked, you could swap SIM cards between the two devices. If you don't mind the cash outlay, you could also buy a new phone ...