It may take some time depending on the amount of data on your device. Once the process is complete, you can simply click on the popuped window to view the transferred data on your Mac. Another really easy way to transfer photos to your Mac is to use the Nokia Photo Transfer app for Mac. This program allows you to not only transfer photos from your Nokia smartphone but also Cinemagraphs and images that you may have captured with Smart Shoot, Nokia Smart Camera and the Nokia Pro Camera.
Then, connect the Nokia device to the computer using USB cables. When you launch the program, the photos will automatically appear in the program. You will also notice that there are several options for you at the bottom of the window. The same process can also work in reverse. While all the three methods above might be of use to you if you want to transfer data from your Nokia to your Mac, MobileTrans stands out for its added advantages. For starters, it can be used to transfer nearly all types of data including photos, videos, music, contacts, messages, calendars and it is a lot easier to use.
It also has an added advantage in that it is more than just a data transfer tool.
With MobileTrans, you can transfer data between devices. For instance, you can move data from your Nokia to another Nokia device or from an Android or iOS device to your Nokia. Product-related questions? Part 1. A new version of Nokia Multimedia Transfer for Mac 1. There are no major changes, but this version already includes all the latest device profiles.
The device profiles will also be available for version 1.
Did this solve your problem? Yes No. Sorry this didn't help. Won't work. Via 'check for updates' within software downloads to the end then just stops or via link above 'decompression failed'. NMT install 1. Therefore it would be great if 1. Please, the above post needs to made a sticky, along with a link to where the current and future versions of this software can be found. The auto-update 1. Doing Android development on a Mac and this very new phone I have doesn't show up in the devices list in adb.
Lots of other phones and devices work fine for me so I know my setup is good.
Sometimes just swapping cables will help. That being said, the quickest way to reset adb is to restart it with the following commands in sequence:. But every now and then the adb devices command just fails to find your device. Maybe if you're working with some experimental or prototype or out-of-the-ordinary device, maybe it's just unknown and won't show up. You can help adb to find your device by telling it about your device's "Vendor ID," essentially providing it with a hint.
But first you have to find the Vendor ID value. Fortunately on Mac this is pretty easy. Launch the System Information application. Screen grab here:. Expand the "Hardware" tree, select "USB", then look for your target device. In the above example, my device is named "SomeDevice" I did that in photoshop to hide the real device manufacturer.
Anyway, click your device and the full details will display in the pane below. This is where it lists the Vendor ID. In my example from the screenshot the value is 0x9d17 -- use this value in the next command. The above command will create it or append to the bottom of it if it already exists. Now run the commands listed way above to restart adb and you should be good to go.
From this page you can execute the command:. This worked on my Samsung Galaxy S2. It's been necessary in my case to execute the kextunload command everytime I reboot.
Answer taken from: Any idea why adb does not recognize my nexus 4 on mac. After getting the devices connected but you suddenly unplug the USB cable, and suppose now "adb devices" cannot see your device any more, even after "adb kill-server", in this case, you may want to try the following:. Believe it or not, swapping USB cables solved this for me.
I'd been using a random one which wasn't working , and as soon as I switched over to one that came with an actual Android device, it worked. Another sign that the good cable was working, was that the Android File Transfer app immediately launched, which wasn't happening with the crappy cable. I had a similar issue. Also make sure you are not using an USB cable designated for charging only.
This just got me. And it actually was labelled "for charging only". And it's hard to know what type is a USB cable. Now I make a notch on my cables with data transfer. Here is another thing to try, if like me you have tried all of the other answers and have had no luck. In my case Android 4.
So, first check this setting in your "Developer options". That was the only thing that worked for me of all the solutions proposed here.
It was proposed by user in this comment. Also make sure you check the vendors website for their "USB" drivers. Try rebooting if it was ever detected before and stopped showing up - the mother of all solutions!
If you change your mind, before emptying the Trash, you can right click on the items in the Trash and choose Put Back in the list. For starters, it can be used to transfer nearly all types of data including photos, videos, music, contacts, messages, calendars and it is a lot easier to use. Thank you! One important difference between NMT 1. Nokia Multimedia Transfer 1.
Tried all the above, the last piece missing was to enable USB Debugging within Developer Options which was hidden on my 4. See item 5.
I have Motorola phones running 2. It turns out that I needed to install drivers for Motorola phones. I found them here. Another tricky thing with modern Android is you set the device behavior by selecting "Use for" of the device. If it is set as "Use for" charging for example the device won't be detected by ADB. I attempted this method but it did not work. It attempted to use the build in installer but it kept crashing past the download.
After I downloaded it manually and installed it, I was able to do it. Working normally. I have seen this problem and tried every solution on stackoverflow and other sites, but nothing help me. I have restarted adb, switching on developer mode and activating usb debugging, uninstalling samsung kies and even exchanging the usb cables to different ports.