Smartisan SmartFinder for Mac OSX tested with Sony Xperia
SmartFinder is an Android file manager for Mac OSX. After installing the app from the provided .dmg file or from the App Store, users can import and export files into their Android device using SmartFinder's extremely attractive file manager window. Photos, videos, and some files have thumbnail previews with Gallery, Music, Video, Download, and Files filters provided on the UI. You can select files and drag them to the Mac OSX desktop, or use the Import or Export files to copy files back and forth in bulk.
You can still use Android File Transfer alongside SmartFinder if you have it installed on your Macbook.
SmartFinder and Sony Xperia C3I tested SmartFinder with a Sony Xperia C3 loaded with a 32GB micro-SD card. Installation of SmartFinder on a Macbook Air running El Capitan was problem-free, but as noted in the welcome window when you launch SmartFinder, your Android device must be enabled for USB debugging before it can work with the Smartisan file manager.
1. Tap Settings > About phone.
2. Tap the Build number seven times until a message indicates "You are now a developer!"
5. When you connect the micro-USB cable from the Xperia to your Macbook and launch SmartFinder, click OK to allow USB debugging with Mac OSX.