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How To Connect Two MacBook Pro to Each Other By a Thunderbolt 3

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How To Connect Two MacBook Pro to Each Other By a Thunderbolt 3

How To Connect Two MacBook Pro to Each Other By a Thunderbolt 3

On Apple computers have a so-called disk mode, which allows you to use a Mac as an external drive connected to another host computer. When the target PC running mode in the hard disk is available for the host computer, it is possible to copy files to him and him.With the MacBook with USB-C Thunderbolt support 3 is more convenient to arrange an alternative connection method.

Here’s the simple step by step guide,

How to connect Two MacBook Pro’s with each other by ThunderBolt 3

This method is suitable for situations where you need to quickly move from one computer to another large amount of information. Thunderbolt connection allows you to transfer files at a speed of 10 Gbit / s and rebooting, you are using an external disk mode.

Step 1: Connect the two MacBook Pro Thunderbolt cable 3.

Step 2 : Go to the System Settings -> Network and get a new item Thunderbolt Bridge with any IP-address. If this interface is not listed, click the “+” and add it manually. Note the IP-address.

Step 3 : Make sure that the Thunderbolt Bridge is also active on the Mac first, to which you are connecting.

Step 4 : on a Mac, you are connecting to open System Preferences -> Sharing and check the box “File Sharing”.

Step 5 : On your Mac, open the Finder mainly -> Go -> Connect to Server.

Step 6 : list the address that you memorized in Step 2 and press the Connect button in the address bar.

Step 7 : In the dialog box, enter the parameters of the machine account to which you’re connecting.

Step 8 : Select the volume you want to mount and click OK.

Step 9 : Once connected, the selected top will appear in the shared drives on your primary machine. Now you can copy data between two MacBook Pro is much faster than the means of the same AirDrop.

Step 10 : After copying the files, eject the disc and disconnect the cable.

The following video instructions on connecting the two MacBook into disk mode:

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