Follow our simple step by step guide on how to enable File Sharing on Mac OSX and browse your music library with your iPad or iPhone using MusicStreamer.
Mac OSX File Sharing may not be enabled, especially if you don't have other computers on your network or this is the first time you have tried to access shared folders over your network.
Use the following steps to enable File Sharing on Mac OSX.
Switch on 'File Sharing', and then click on the 'i' to the right of the 'File Sharing' switch.
Then close all of these windows, select "Privacy & Security” and click on “Full Disk Access”.
Switch on ’smbd’.
Do a network scan in MusicStreamer again. Come right back if your Mac isn't found automatically.
You should now be able to connect MusicStreamer to your Mac. If you can't then the MacOSX firewall may be blocking the network.
Use the following steps to navigate to the firewall control screen.
And that's it.
If you still can't connect please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stream songs from your music folder on your Mac to your iPhone or iPad easily with MusicStreamer. Simply connect via WiFi and index your music folder, to play your favorite tracks, albums or playlists.
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