To establish connection with your Android device, click add new device option in the left panel of the main window.
1. Enable “USB debugging” mode on your device. Find out how to do this.
4. Make sure SyncMate module is launched and turned on.
5. Once the device is successfully connected, tune Connection settings for your Android device:
Mount disk: mount Android device as Mac storage to get access not only to internal memory, but also to any other available storage (SD card, USB storage, etc.).
- Sync when other side is available every … – When the other side is available, syncing will start automatically with frequency you’ve set, for example, every two hours.
- AutoSync only when SyncMate’s GUI is hidden – Syncing will be performed only when SyncMate is hidden.
6. Click Apply button to save the changes.
Then click Sync button to start syncing all the data available for sync in this device. All the plugins which are presently open will be synced.
Or customize selective sync, if you do not want to sync all the data available. To do this, open only those plugins that you need to sync currently:
1. Wi-Fi should be enabled on your device:
3. Make sure that SyncMate module on your device is launched. Allow Wi-Fi synchronization:
- “Yes” (in this case you’ll get this warning the next time you try to establish Wi-Fi connection with this Mac);
- “Yes, add to list” (this Mac’s IP will be added to the list of allowed IPs on your device and you won’t get this warning the next time).
To find out your device’s IP, do the following:
Go to Settings. Tap on the network you are connected to, then go to Advanced settings where you can see the IP address:
Your device’s IP is also displayed in SyncMate module:
2. SyncMate module for Android will be installed automatically on your device if you connect it to Mac via USB cable.
4. Make sure that SyncMate module on your device is launched. Allow Bluetooth synchronization:
5. Pair your Android device with Mac. Find out how to do this.
SyncMate allows you syncing personal data, media files, folders, etc. You can not only sync, but transfer data between Mac and Android as well. In fact, SyncMate is Android file transfer for Mac replacement.