In this article, I’m going to show you how to create macOS Mojave Bootable USB installer via UniBeast. There are many ways to create bootable USB Installer for macOS Mojave or the previous versions of Mac Operating system. All those methods do actually the same task which makes a bootable USB installer. However, these methods have their own benefits that we can’t ignore it. Anyway, I’m not going to go into details so you’ve got the point.
Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB Installer
When you create macOS Mojave bootable USB Installer, it means you don’t need any DVD as a source of installing an operating system. You can install any operating system without DVD or CD. In this guide, I’ll only show the step by step create bootable USB installer for macOS Mojave or the later versions. Just let’s get started.
- Mac Device (MacBook Pro/Air)
- macOS Mojave File
- At least 8 USB
Step #1. First, you need to Download macOS Mojave from App Store then Download UniBeast.
Tip: To Download UniBeast, you need to create an account if you don’t have.
Step #2. Press command+space to open spotlight then search Disk Utility and hit enter.
Step #3. Select your USB installer then erase it with the following options.
- Name: USB
- Format: Mac OS Extended Journaled
- Scheme: GUID Partition Map
Note: Make sure to backup your USB data if you have because everything in the USB will be deleted.
Step #4. Now open UniBeast App and click Continue for a couple of times.
Step #5. Agree to terms and conditions.
Step #5. Select your USB Installer.
Step #6. Select macOS Mojave and click Continue.
Tip: If you didn’t see macOS Mojave on the “Select OS Installation” window then make sure macOS Mojave should be stored in Application folder on your Mac.
Step #7. As a bootloader configuration mode, it’s recommended to select UEFI Boot mode. However, if your device doesn’t support UEFI then select Legacy Boot mode.
Step #8. For older NVIDIA graphics card you can tick “Inject NVIDIA” otherwise, you don’t need to tick mark these two options.
Step #9. Verify the installation options and if you agree click Continue.
Step #10. Type the password for your username and click OK button.
Wait for a couple of minutes to complete the process. It’ll take some time so just be patient and wait. Also, it depends on your speed of your USB. Mostly USB 3.0 or 3.1 is much faster than USB 2.0.
In this article, I’ve covered step by step guide to creating macOS Mojave Bootable USB Installer via UniBeast. I hope, you guys have enjoyed this guide and if you’ve got any problem. Feel free to share in the comment section down below.