2022-07-11 12:04 AM
Anyone dealt with how to plug in the code meter key when there is no USB port?
Recently purchased a new MacBook pro laptop with the following ports:
Three Thunderbolt 4 ports, HDMI port, SDXC card slot, MagSafe 3 port.
Is the an adapter that the code meter can plug into that would work around?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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2022-07-11 01:23 AM
You can buy a C Hub through Amazon. Click here to have an idea and look for what you need exactly.
2022-07-11 03:07 AM
2022-07-11 02:12 PM
You're welcome, Peter, and I wish you found a solution with that!
2022-07-11 11:05 PM
We use the software licenses on all of our MacBooks.
2022-07-14 05:05 PM
I either use my wired apple keyboard (has 2 usb ports on the side of it) or use the USB C hub that has multiple outlets. You can also purchase small USB C to USB A adapters on amazon. They've all worked good for me.
2022-07-17 04:27 AM
just purchase a USB4 to USB2 cable
2022-07-18 04:03 AM
If you were going to specifically look for a USB4 male, you would want more than a USB2 female on the other end. You would want a dock with a DP out at minimum else you would be wasting your money...
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2022-07-19 02:03 AM
Sorry keep forgetting. I have a Mac studio which has 6 various USB-c ports of various flavors + 2 USB -a ports. This is luxury after my old MacBook Pro of 2013!!!!. So with my key and Bluetooth mouse in the 2 USB-a ports I still have 4 thunderbolt and 2USB-c ports free. Couple of cables is cheaper than a hub..