Your operations are correct, but there is likely a file system check that’s blocking the mount.
Open Activity Monitor and then show all processes - not just the ones your user runs. Then search for fsck or a process that has that embedded.
External disk is hijacked by fsck when plugged in to Macbook
If you see that, the last check was “dirty” and the ...
You are probably referring to this message:
From today's point of view, your Mac's behavior is a bug. Maybe the iPad advertises its Bluetooth to be a network adapter? Like WiFi or cable network adapters, Bluetooth chips have a MAC address. Here, MAC doesn't refer to Apple's computer brand, but to a universally unique identifier. See for example the https://...
I have a scanner that looks exactly the same and works perfectly on Mac.
Essentially this device works like a USB keyboard, and thus requires no special operating system or driver support.
The device is NOT supposed to show up in The Finder sidebar, contrary to other suggestions here.
To test the device, open Notes, TextEdit or similar app - then scan a ...
If you are looking for Modifier remap, in keyboard.prefPane exists a modifier button where you can edit it for external keyboard.
For more advanced ways, you should checkout keyboard Maestro for Macro keys and this answer to figure out what you want to do.
Most likely lint.
The lightning connector is prone to collecting dust and dirt, which can keep the phone from getting a clean signal from the cable (a faulty or not-to-spec cable can have the same effect). Take a toothpick or anything else that's thin and non-conducting and get that dust bunny out.
Never believe anyone telling you to reboot all devices and ...
I had a similar problem with a Sandisk 32GB SD card. I solved it with the Windows management disk. I erased all partitions of the disk and then created a fat32. Initially no drive letter was assigned but then from My Computer, format the drive without problems.
My SD card had this problem after using it for a raspberry pi.
Assuming that the monitors use an IEC plug on the backside, you can use an IEC cable splitter, like this
to grab the mains power from the monitor power cable and gain an extra power plug.
Then use an adapter like this
The USB ports in the Desktop and monitors don't provide enough power to charge your MacBook. These ports tend to be build "to spec", meaning they output only about 500mA (USB 2.0) or 900mA (USB 3.0). Sometimes PCs have dedicated charging ports (maybe colored yellow) which provide more than 1A (they exceed the official USB specs), but that's still not nearly ...
For starters, no, the LG UltraFine 5k 27" display will not power the 12" MacBook (Early 2016) models.
As for being able to out put video to the LG UltraFine 5k 27" display, this is not officially supported by Apple. See Use the first gen LG UltraFine 5K Display with your Mac and Use the second gen LG UltraFine 5K Display with your Mac
However, it may be ...