New FTDI Driver Solves Mac USB Issues

New FTDI Driver Solves Mac USB Issues

Preface: This article covers the new FTDI driver that you can install to mitigate communication issues (File transfer failed, unable to connect, disconnected, file transfer glitches) that are commonly seen on the MAC OS with a direct USB connection.

According to LightBurn, the Mac USB Issues seem to have been mitigated with their new OEM driver release

FTDI Driver Downloads:

Here is the link to download list, select the one that matches your Mac OS Version :

Supported Drivers:

Unsupported Drivers:

Installation Guides:

Here are the rest of the installation guides:

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