I wanted to get the media off of my htc hero and onto my macbookpro, but plugging the USB cable in does not result in a notification on android which allows me to mount sd card through the USB cable.
I found lots of promising articles, most of which pointed me to either Twisted, which didn’t work for me, or to the Android developer SDK. I’m fully capable of using the SDK but this seems like overkill for such a simple issue.
My Solution: Close the lid on the macbook. Plug in the phone and then I get the notification allowing me to mount a USB. Once mounted, its the same as working with any other USB card.
It hasn’t been too long since I exclusively started using mac at home and work. I struggled at first to capture screenshots and I’m still catching on to some of the great little things Apple has thrown in here.
This morning’s enlightenment was around capturing screen shots, both full and partial, on my mac. I was reading a blogpost about apps to replace the Snapper add-on I used to use and the author dropped a subtle hint about shift+command+control+4.
With a little search engine power, I found a useful page from apple, http://www.apple.com/pro/tips/secretcapture.html.
Mac Screen Captures
Command+Shift+3 = Screenshot Saved To Desktop
Command+Shift+4 = CrossHairs For Snapping To Desktop
Shift+Command+Shift+3 ( or 4) = …. To Clipboard For Pasting to Photoshop/eMails etc…