Using a MacBook from 2005 with OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard (don´t laugh ), I upgraded to an iMac having installed OS X 10.11.3 El Capitan. I´m also running a Beomedia 1 which used to work fine with my MacBook via the BeoConnect app.
Now, with the new OS X, BeoConnect seems to build up a connection between IMac and Beomedia. Trying to transfer music files from iTunes to the BM, a program "iTunesDroper" opens, asking for my password. According to this forum and several internet sources, I checked BeoConnect within the system preferences. iTunesDroper I cannot find. The program is accepting my password. If then I drag and drop the file into the BC app, nothing is happening.
On the B&O website is no support for the BC app on new OS X available. I updated to Yosemite, same result as above.
Anyone solved this issue already or having an idea how to make it work?
Thanks and kind regards,
have you already found a solution to your problem?
arise currently facing the same task and want to solve it.
I came up with this solution:
Click on "Beomedia" in the left scroll bar
Open BM Shares
Two files appear in my case: "B&O Samples" and "Mac"; Mac contains my music
Open Mac file
Open iTunes (view in reduced size)
Drag & drop the album file into the Mac file
A pop up appears, saying that the file is in the transferring process
After that it´s done and you can hear the music from the Beomedia 1
The same works for the picture transfer using photos. There will be no pop up but a file extension saying ".exporting".
I hope this will help.