Okay, to complete Hackintosh tutorials series,
It’s very easy actually, you can also found this tutorial on the
Before we start, make sure you have download the macOS installer App from official App Store. If you download it from other source make sure it still ‘untouched’
And you need a USB flash drive, 8 GB is enough for creating a bootable USB installer for macOS Sierra and High Sierra.
[Note!] If you want to create the installer for El Capitan you will need a 16 GB USB stick.
Okay, below is guide how to do it by yourself
Using Terminal to create macOS usb bootable drive
If there were no important files inside your
- Go to Application > Utilities and Open Terminal app
- It’s really important! make sure the macOS Installer App are in the Application folder. If you download it from other sources, move it to Application folder.
- For make it easy copy and paste the code below to Terminal. Choose one that’s matching with what macOS version you want to make a usb bootable drive. In the code bellow, find and replace “MyVolume” with the name of your USB drives name.
Simply press “Return” to execute.
Press ‘Enter’ if you are working on ‘Hackintosh computer’ and using the
Next, you’ll be asked for th Administrator password, type your admin password and press ‘Return’ or ‘Enter’ again.
One more Tim, you’ll
The process will take a few minutes to complete. Press the ⌘ and Q in the same times to quit Terminal.
You now can move the macOS Installer app to other storage.
Using Usb bootable to install macOS for real Mac user and hackintosher
For Mac user:
For Mac user your USB bootable now ready for installing fresh macOS system. To use the bootable installer on Mac, connect the volume containing the bootable installer to your Mac. Use Startup Disk preferences or Startup Manager to select
Your Mac will start from USB installer. Follow the onscreen instructions to install macOS. If your Mac won’t start from the US
If you wanna learn how to make US
Okay! this it