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Android File Transfer 1.0.12: Now Available for Mac

Android File Transfer 1.0.12 is now available for download. This is the third update of this file transfer tool for Mac users in all these years, previous one was v1.0.11. As usual, Google has failed to include an official changelog. However, in our quick tests with it, it seems Google has finally got around to fixing the compatibility issues with Google Pixel phones — atleast with the Pixel 3 XL.

This latest release doesn’t bring any new features. You can still use Android File Transfer only to transfer files, delete them or move around between different folders. You can also access and do the same on a SD card, if your phone supports it.

Android File Transfer 1.0.12

Changelog:

Like previously mentioned, no changelog has been released by Google. From what we have found so far, Android team has improved compatibility with newer devices running Android 9 Pie.

The latest release seems to have fixed the problems with Google Pixel phones. We just tested Android File Transfer 1.0.12 on macOS Mojave 10.14.5 and connected our Pixel 3 XL on Android 9.0 Pie – it worked perfect!

Version 1.0.12

Android File Transfer is in serious need of a UI upgrade. I really hoped this update would bring some new features or interface changes, but everything is still the same. May be, just may be, Google might bring the Material Design UI to Android File Transfer in an update later. For a better UI and features, you should try out HandShaker!

Download Android File Transfer 1.0.12

Here is the latest AFT 1.0.12 you can download on Mac computers:

For more details about Android File Transfer, its alternatives and an instructions guide on how to install it, check out our main Android File Transfer page!

This app should work if you have a phone / tablet with any Android version and a Mac computer. Your computer should atleast run Mac 10.7 or above for AFT to work properly.

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Haris Nadeem

He lives on everything Android; has countless devices, apps and games to play with everyday. Currently serving as the Chief Editor at Team Android.