Android For Mac Os X _VERIFIED_
I spent quite sometime figuring how to set up adb on Mac, so I figure writing how to set it up might be useful to some people. adb is the command line tool to install and run android apps on your phone/emulator
Android For Mac Os X
You can use backup programs. And the android transfer app allows you to save a lot of time to transfer or backup text messages, contacts, photos, and other media files like videos, music files. Have a try of a tool that I am using now, MobiKin Android Transfer.
The fastest and officially supported method to transfer files to/from an android device is via adb (Android Debug Bridge) which will be installed automatically if you install Android Studio. Once you activate Developer Options on on your phone and enable Android Debugging in settings, and connected to your android device via adb, in Android Studio you can 'mount' the device via View > Tool Windows > Device File Explorer.
There are no ootb ways to do it, but as mentioned in other answers you can achieve it by starting an ssh server on android and then mounting the android file system on your computer with something like sshfs.
The apps are very easy to use and depend on android emulators for MAC, on which you can install and run your android .apk files on MAC. So have a look at these emulators discussed below.
This is the other best emulator to run your favorite android apps in your MAC OS. The setup process is a little bit lengthy. But you need to proceed with the instructions given by it. And with the help of this emulator, you can get your favorite apps to run on your MAC PC.
Well, Droid4X is for those searching for the best cool way to run android apps on a Mac computer. You need to drag and drop your app files (.apk) in, and the installation process will start, and you can enjoy your favorite apps on this emulator. So, Droid4X is the best emulator that you can try.
To install export templates, download the .zip (must be the templates for the version of godot you are using), open godot editor, hit the top right "Settings", then "Install Export templates", and brows to the zip. You will also need adb, android sdk, and open JDK which you can set up in the "Editor Settings" once you have them. Although to be honest, I am not sure how to do that :( 350c69d7ab