[Vrstream] humanware companion
cahomiak at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 20:44:54 PDT 2016
I wouldn't hold my breath. they didn't do it for the first gen stream and haven't yet for the 2nd gen. But you can certainly call them and state your request. In reality, though, you don't need the Humanware companion. I have always used linux and Mac OS with the Stream and actually even when I had Windows I didn't use the Companion though I realize the benefits it offers. You don't need the companion to do transferring on the Mac.
> On Jun 10, 2016, at 10:38 PM, Joshua Hendrickson <louvins at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi stephen. At this point in time, if you have a mac, and want to use
> the stream companion, or activate your stream for audible, then you
> are out of luck. Its windows only my friend.
> On 6/10/16, Stephen Zelley <smzboise at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all, this is Stephen.
>> I have a victor reader stream, second generation, and I have a question.
>> As far as file transfers go, I do not have a windows computer.
>> The humanware companion, according to humanware, is only compatible
>> with the windows operating system.
>> But I am using a mac.
>> I am a mac only user.
>> I find windows, for me, to be a miserable operating system to use.
>> Is their some way to convert the humanware companion install file to a
>> filetype that my mac can read?
>> Or is humanware companion compatibility being worked on?
>> The program filetypes that macs use are: .app, .dmg, .pkg, .mpkg
>> Will someone please help me with trying to get this functionality to
>> work on my mac.
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>> Oh, and one more thing.
>> For activating the stream to play audible books.
>> According, to audible, the audible manager software is only compatible
>> with windows.
>> Is their a way to get that to work on a mac?
>> Or is audible working on mac compatibility for audible manager?
>> Again, any help would be greatfully appreciated.
>> Thanks in advance.
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