Even though the Motorola Xoom, the only Android Honeycomb device on the market, has only been available for a few days, Mac users seem to have found a new required extra step when trying to move data back and forth between their tablet and their computer.
MobileCrunch reports that Mac users trying to connect their computer with an Android 3.0 Honeycomb device will need to download the File Transfer utility (available here) in order to successfully view the contents of the tablet's storage and transfer files back and forth.
The software works for Macs running OS X 10.5 and above. I'd expect that Mac users will also need the utility for future versions of Android, but that is not yet known for sure, and will probably go unanswered until Android Ice Cream devices start hitting the market.
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