Thread: HD Should I upgrade?
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Old 10-09-2012, 04:51 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by tjsoundguy View Post
I'd love to upgrade, but as a Mac user, it looks like Calibre won't be able to connect to the HD fires. Sadness....
Android File Transfer works fine on the Mac. It isn't as elegant as native mass storage support, but it works just fine. It just requires manually sideloading the files.

And it might be possible to conjure up a little utility to dummy up a disk interface to AFT... ie. a little wedge driver that fools Calibre (or any other app for that matter) into thinking that AFT is a disk.

All in all, upgrading is worth the added inconvenience, IMO.
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