Whenever you want to transfer your Mac data to an Android, you simply connect it through a data cable and get the job done. But what if you don’t have a data cable? Or, you don’t want to go down by one of your USB ports? You may probably consider transferring data after sometime. However, you can turn your Android into a wireless flash drive for Mac by following these easy to do steps as Mac is a plug-and-play device:
- Download and install Pocketshare on your Android.
- Make sure that both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
- Launch the Pocketshare app on your Android. The server starts automatically.
- Go to Finders sidebar and choose your Mac under Devices.
- Through Finder, you can see a folder named ‘Pocketshare’; double-click on that file to open it.
- Now, to turn your Android into a wireless flash drive for Mac, simply drag and drop any file into the folder and it would be transferred to your Android automatically.
- Once done, launch Pocketshare and head to ‘Files’ tab and hit the refresh button. You can see the files you’ve transferred; long-press or open it with a compatible application to save it to the internal storage or on your SD card.
Note: This app is no longer available on Google Play Store
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Generally, you may require USB cable to perform some other task simultaneously to transfer data to Android. In this case, you can turn your Android into a wireless flash drive for Mac without getting into any hassle of setup and configuration.