How to Sync An Android Device to Mac?

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There are lots of ways for you to transfer files from your Android device to a Mac. The most common ways are using Bluetooth File Exchange right from the menu bar on your Mac or syncing with Google's own cloud services. However, the both ways are not that friendly and not all file types are supported. In this article, we are going to tell you an easy-to-handle yet excellent third-party tool to help you sync all data from your Android device to Mac.

What we recommend you to use is the Mac version of Coolmuster Android Assistant. It is commonly known as a full-featured Android data manager tool for all Android users to transfer files between Android and Mac, and manage Android data on Mac directly. With it, you can sync Android with Mac, and transfer contacts, text messages, photos, videos, music, apps and more from Android devices, such as Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, Sony, etc to Mac flawlessly.

Read the following guide to learn how to use the Android Assistant for Mac to sync an Android device to Mac.

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Step 1. Download and install Android Assistant for Mac on your Mac. Launch it and then get your Android phone connected to the Mac via the USB cord. The Mac tool detects the phone and show it on the screen.

Step 2. Choose the file types you want to sync to Mac from the left sidebar. You can choose Contacts, Apps, SMS, Music, Photos, Videos and Books, and then click on the "Export" button from the top menu.

Step 3: Choose a location on your Mac to save the exported Android data and the Android syncing to Mac process is successfully completed.

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