macbook will not except droid through usb??? help please

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    Rebel, I'm not mean either. I'm a gentleman. And I don't want to get on you last nerve. ... Just calling them like I see them. Like you.

    (But if you saw someone with eyes closed while a large corporation was preying on them, would you not try to wake them up?)

    Don't want to argue about this. Time will tell. Peace.
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    We can respectively agree to disagree.


    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
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    Are the religion flame wars over? I have a question relevant to the thread subject...hahaha

    I have a mac and droid incredible. I can get them to connect w/o problem but i cannot successfully get the drives to eject/unmount.

    Suggestions/thoughts?
    Thanks!
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    I have a Droid but my sense is the Mac OS handles any device this way -- for me, I do a right mouse click on the icon and click unmount.

    Hope this helps.

    Mike
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    Thanks. I've tried that and it always states its busy/in use by some application.

    BTW - I just got off the phone with VZ and they told me that only the original Moto Droid and the Droid Devour are compatible with Mac...every other phone is Windows only. Gotta luv that
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    Wow I find that a bit ridiculous. I find it hard to believe they don't do this on purpose.

    sent from the great depths of my phones internet (thanks Al Gore)
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    I've not received that message so I have no idea how to resolve.

    I'm a former iPhone user which I gave up due to AT&T's lousy coverage. When I was deciding on a replacement I considered the HTC line so I contacted HTC. The rep I spoke with was upfront and, without hesitation, said HTC was not Mac compatible. I never contacted Moto.

    I rooted my Droid when I had the 2.0.1 OS which did not require the SBF which Moto only offers in a Windows version. I contacted Moto to see if they had plans to release a Mac version. Sadly, they do not.

    Mike
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