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Mac tutorial, this tutorial will teach you how to sync a MP3 player or music device in Mac OSX.
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Okay, hey guys what’s up? This basically is going to be a little kind of quick tip – basically in this video, I’m going to show you how to hook up your Mp3 player to your iMac because usually when you’re – you can choose sensor, it comes with a different USB setting and it allows you to put music on this in using the CD that came with the sensor. But since – if you have a Mac now, that CD will not work.
But basically I had to – is using as a hard drive and you are doing that way. I had to do is go to Settings. Go down towards this USB mode. And it should be on MTP, change that to MSC. If it was already highlighted on MSC then you’re right. Just click that and now press Home. I was connected there real quick, see that?
Now from the iMac, as you can see a new little icon came up here. And what’s that is the sensor, that icon there. Now that’s your Mp3 player, just click it and use it as a hard drive. You just try to file some music folder or photo. And basically, if it was on MTP it will show up and that would be why. And that’s the only changing you to do, just basically change the USB mode.
So yeah guys, since watching this really quick tutorial – comment, rate, subscribe I guess. Thanks for watching, I hope this helped.