Continuity between Mac and iOS device makes your paperwork and documentation very easy. Because we can directly import all the photos and scanned a document from iOS device to Mac running on MacOS Mojave or later and iOS 12 or later. Read my past tutorial on how to use continuity camera on Mac.
Continuity camera is One more feature now available on Mac and iOS after Auto unlock, Handoff, instant Handoff, SMS//MMS Messaging, iPhone Cellular Calls, Universal Clipboard.
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Apple users have a query on, they can’t use continuity features after update to MacOS Mojave (Find the exact solution on what to do?), I am in the supported app in MacOs Mojave and trying to take a photo from my iPhone to the notes app and I am getting a could not import picture and iPhone device timeout. I have iOS 12 and also have handoff enabled on both Mac and iPhone X please advise? Also, see the screenshot of the error on Mojave.
Troubleshooting tips to fix Continuity camera not working and stuck on import from iPhone
Check 1: Check Requirements below before start Continuity camera
- Both Mac and iOS device have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth turned on
- Both Mac and iOS devices are signed in to same Apple ID that using two-factor authentication.
- Mac is using MacOS Mojave and iOS is updated to iOS 12 or later.
Check 2: On Mac Supported App list, (25 Oct 2018) supported app number will increase.
- Keynote 8.2
- Numbers 5.2
- Pages 7.2
Check 3: Re-create Bluetooth plist file on Mac
Find Bluetooth file under preference folder on Mac.
Open Finder on Mac. Next, Go > Go to Folder > type “/Library/Preferences/” and Open.
Find, com.apple.Bluetooth.plist file and Delete it.
Now, Reboot your Mac to refresh Bluetooth settings.
Check Bluetooth is turned on and Try to use camera and scan document continuity.
Above mention, solutions work 99% of the case. Hope you enjoyed new Continuity camera featured on MacOS Mojave. Also, share your ideas to fix Continuity that helped you on the comment box. Follow and share this article on Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus,.