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2014-11-28 02:26 PM - edited 2014-11-28 02:46 PM
I've discovered the problem. I'll post the solution here later this evening.
2014-12-02 11:03 PM
Nice to hear!
Please share your information so it might help other users.
2015-01-03 01:11 PM - edited 2015-01-03 01:12 PM
I cannot find my backups either. Alkbryne, could you please tell us your solution?
2015-01-06 10:32 PM
Sorry to hear that you have a problem with BFM.
Have you tried the solution that I mentioned for Alkbryne?
Please write back to med if you still have a problem.
2015-06-06 12:44 AM
I'm on a Mac running 10.10.3 using Sony Bridge For Mac 4.0(4003). I looked through this while thread and the location that they suggest just doesn't seem to exist on my Mac, or it's hidden or soemthing. I'm not a big time terminal user, but when I tried entering the "cd" line with "open" in termninal, it did nothing. So someone please tell me:
1) Where is the backup file stored?
2) Why in the world can't you choose where to store your backup files? Suppose you want to put them on a backup drive for safe keeping? Doesn't seem to be a way to choose. And yet, you can choose where to store photos, browse for files on your phone and choose where to put those as well.
2015-06-13 10:24 PM
I'm running the same BFM as you do (4003).
I have no problems findning my backup using:
cd ~/Library/"Application Support"/"Sony Ericsson Bridge for Mac"/Backups
in the terminal.
Then type: open . (Don't forget the dot)
You can also try:
cd ~/Library/"Application Support"/"Sony Ericsson Bridge for Mac"
Then type: ls
Do you find "Backups" listed in the terminal?
If you don't find it, you don't have a backup on your computer.
To do this without using the terminal you first have to set Library to visible.
Here is a link that shows how:
I can't answer your other question but I can pass it forward to the development team.
Please write back if you still have a problem.
2016-11-17 07:11 PM
I've managed to access the files with all my backup data, but I need to read it, how can i do this?