Philips Picopix Driver Mac
How to Install Philips PicoPix Driver on Mac
Philips PicoPix is a pocket projector that can connect to your laptop, smartphone, or tablet and project your content on any surface. It is a handy device for presentations, entertainment, or education. However, if you want to use it with your Mac computer, you will need to install the Philips PicoPix driver on your Mac first. Here is how you can do it in a few simple steps.
Step 1: Download the Philips PicoPix driver for Mac
The Philips PicoPix driver for Mac is a software that allows your Mac to communicate with the projector and display your content. You can download it from the Philips support website . Go to the PicoPix Pocket projector page and click on "Software & drivers". Then, select the "Software upgrade" option and download the ZIP file. Alternatively, you can use this direct link to download the file.
Download File: https://urlca.com/2w4nPS
Step 2: Unzip the Philips PicoPix driver for Mac
Once you have downloaded the ZIP file, you need to unzip it to access the driver. You can use any unzip software that you have on your Mac, such as The Unarchiver or WinZip. Locate the ZIP file in your Downloads folder and double-click on it. It will create a folder named "PPX2055_Mac" with two files inside: "PPX2055_Mac.dmg" and "End Users License Agreement.txt".
Step 3: Install the Philips PicoPix driver for Mac
Now, you are ready to install the driver on your Mac. Double-click on the "PPX2055_Mac.dmg" file to open it. You will see a window with a Philips logo and an icon named "PicoPix Viewer 2". Drag and drop this icon to the Applications folder in the same window. This will copy the driver to your Applications folder. You can also drag and drop it to any other location that you prefer.
Step 4: Run the Philips PicoPix driver for Mac
The final step is to run the driver and connect your projector to your Mac. Go to your Applications folder and find the "PicoPix Viewer 2" icon. Double-click on it to launch the driver. You will see a window with a Philips logo and a message saying "Please connect your device". Connect your projector to your Mac using the USB cable that came with it. The driver will detect your projector and show you a preview of your screen on the window. You can adjust the settings, such as brightness, contrast, resolution, and projection mode, by clicking on the icons at the bottom of the window. You can also switch between mirror mode and extend mode by clicking on the icon at the top right corner of the window.
You have successfully installed and run the Philips PicoPix driver for Mac. Now, you can enjoy projecting your content from your Mac to any surface using your pocket projector. If you have any questions or issues with the driver, you can contact Philips support for assistance.