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Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by adcx64, Jun 7, 2014.
cannot figure out for the life of me how to connect my iPhone to my Mac like in the Keynote?????
Think its unavailable at the moment. I'm sure you'll be able to get it working in future Beta iterations.
okay, do i have no way of using continuity?
Not yet, no. I am eagerly awaiting these features as well. Some people have said they have gotten SMS sending working from their mac but I have had no luck. Hoping it comes in Beta 2
Yep, once the feature is added it'll only work if both devices are on the same WiFi network.
Plus you need bluetooth 4.0 I think.
It works ok for me. I am able to receive calls on my mac, but when I dial from my mac the mic is muted and the person I call can't hear me.
According to Apple.com
"...they just have to be on the same Wi‑Fi network..."
Maybe the Continuity needed bluetooth then
Be sure to also try turning on the "Handoff" setting under "General" section of System Preferences.
Mine was off after the installation (upgrade form Mavericks).
I still can't connect, but maybe it will work for some.
The release doc for 10.10 states a handful of notes about handoff not working properly, under the known issues section.
It basically states that it might work, or might not.
So, as always, hopefully a fast solution will happen by the next update.