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Yes, I have one (not that make specifically but another HDMI to USB-C) and it works fine with my MacBook. There’s no need for any other components along the way.


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Using a Thunderbolt Bridge with Internet Sharing This is an example where a Thunderbolt bridge was be setup to transfer files. This was done using legacy Thunderbolt. I assume the same procedure would be used with Thunderbolt 3. The host computer is connected to the internet through ethernet using a DHCP assigned IP address of 192.168.0.88 and subnet mask of ...


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This answer offers to possibly solutions. Solution #1 One solution would be to purchase a different cable. One end should have a USB Type C plug. The plug on the other end depends on the drive you purchased. Below is an image of plug and port types. You can distinguish USB Type A from USB 3.0 by color. If the port or plug is blue, then you have USB 3.0. If ...


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All MacBook Pro models with USB type C ports offer USB, Thunderbolt 3 and DisplayPort functionality through these ports. The cable is not a direct connection. The USB Type C jack on the MacBook Pro operates in Alt mode to provide DisplayPort output. The cable has a builtin adaptor to convert from DisplayPort to HDMI. An adaptor has a USB Type C plug on one ...


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The solution was that the iMac was running Catalina and that was too new an OS for target display. Have now rolled the iMac back to High Sierra. Thank you


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Macbook's with USB-C ports do not support Thunderbolt 3 and therefore the Apple Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter can not be used for Target Display Mode. See Use your iMac as a display with target display mode and About the Apple Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter However, if your new MacBook really is a 2020 MacBook Pro, then your ...


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