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Mojave Patcher Tool

12/4/2021
Mac

When this article is written, the new macOS Catalina 10.15.4 is available. And I am running macOS Catalina on my laptop. So basically, I cannot download macOS Mojave from my Catalina Hackintosh using AppStore. Well, I was planning to install macOS Mojave on my VMware on Windows PC. Fortunately, there is a way to download the macOS Mojave installation file and then convert it into an ISO file.

Patched Sur is a UI patcher for macOS Big Sur, designed to make it easy to run macOS 11 on unsupported Macs. This patcher hopes to allow any user of any knowledge to patch their Mac, while still giving you freedom on how you want to use your Mac. You can view the list of supported Macs. MacOS Mojave Patcher. MacOS Mojave Patcher, the successor to macOS High Sierra Patcher, is an easy-to-use tool that allows anyone to install macOS Mojave on unsupported Macs. MacOS High Sierra Patcher. MacOS High Sierra Patcher, the successor to macOS Sierra Patcher, is an easy-to-use tool that allows anyone to install macOS High Sierra on.

  • . Fixed a GUI glitch in the main patcher window. Added dark mode support to Patch Updater application. Fixed an issue where the tool would fail to create a patched installer volume when running under Mojave. Added the Legacy iSight Patch to the post-install tool 1.0.2 - 7/29/2018.
  • Vmware Tool For Mac Os X Download. Snip It Tool For Mac. MacOS Mojave Patcher is an application that lets you install and run macOS 10.14 on unsupported hardware. It was developed by Dosdude, who also developed similar solutions for Sierra and High Sierra. If necessary, the program can download the latest public beta version of Apple’s servers.

So this article will show you how to download a macOS Mojave installer and then convert it to ISO file. Follow these steps below:

Step 1. Download macOS Mojave Patcher

Basically, this patcher software will automate the macOS Mojave download process. Simply download the file below and run it on your Mac.

Step 2. Download macOS Mojave

Run the macOS Mojave Patcher you’ve just downloaded above.

Go to Tools and then click Download macOS Mojave button. Save the file to your download directory. Make sure you have the full size of the Install macOS Mojave.app file. It’s about 6 GB in size.

At this point, you have successfully downloaded the macOS Mojave installer. Now we are going to convert it into ISO format.

Step 3. Convert to ISO

There are several steps in this section. Most of them are done via Terminal. So let’s start.

Create a virtual disk for installation media (DMG)

The command will create a disk image under /tmp folder called Mojave

Mount the disk image

Write the .app installer into the mount point

You will need to adjust the location of your .app file.

Unmount the Install macOS Mojave installer.

By default, after the above commands, macOS will automatically mount the macOS Mojave installer. We need to eject the Install macOS Mojave before proceeding to the next step. You can right-click on it (usually on your Desktop) and then click Eject “Install macOS Mojave”.

Convert DMG to ISO format

The command will create Mojave.crd under your Download folder.

Change CDR to ISO

Finally, we only need to change the .cdr extension to .iso with this command

Mojave Patcher Tool

So now, you have successfully created Mojave.iso.

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Updates
Important Notes:
  • Using APFS is REQUIRED in Mojave in order to receive system updates via the normal Software Update method. If you choose to continue using macOS Extended (Journaled) as your filesystem type, you will NOT receive System Updates via System Preferences. If you are not using APFS, you can follow the 10.14.1 installation steps below.

  • After applying ANY system update via Software Update, re-applying post-install patches using your Mojave Patcher installer volume will most likely be necessary. If you install a software update and the system fails to boot afterwards, this is what needs to be done.

10.14.6

10.14.6 can be updated normally via Software Update if using an APFS volume, and will need to be patched using an installer volume created with Mojave Patcher version 1.3.2 or later after installing.


10.14.5

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10.14.5 can be updated normally via Software Update if using an APFS volume, and will need to be patched using an installer volume created with Mojave Patcher version 1.3.1 or later after installing.

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10.14.4

10.14.4 adds new changes that ARE NOT patchable by the post-install tool of Mojave Patcher v1.2.3 and older! Before updating to 10.14.4, you you will need to use the latest Mojave Patcher version to create a new installer volume, using the 10.14.4 installer app. Then, update to 10.14.4, either by installing via Software Update, or by just using the installer volume you've created to install.


10.14.3

If you are currently running 10.14.1 or 10.14.2, you can simply use the Software Update pane of System Preferences (if using APFS) to apply the 10.14.3 update. Once the update is installed, you will most likely need to re-apply post-install patches to get the system to boot again. This process is detailed in steps 8 - 10 above. If you are currently running 10.14.0, you'll need to proceed with the 10.14.1 update method described below.


10.14.2

If you are currently running 10.14.1, you can simply use the Software Update pane of System Preferences (if using APFS) to apply the 10.14.2 update. Once the update is installed, you will most likely need to re-apply post-install patches to get the system to boot again. This process is detailed in steps 8 - 10 above. If you are currently running 10.14.0, or are using a non-AFPS volume, you'll need to proceed with the 10.14.1 update method described below.


10.14.1/macOS Extended (Journaled) volumes

The Mojave 10.14.1 update does NOT install properly on unsupported machines, and could result in an unbootable OS. If you want to install the 10.14.1 update (and are not currently running 10.14.1), perform the following steps:
• Download the latest version of Mojave Patcher
• Download the installer using the Tools menu of Mojave Patcher
• Create a patched USB installer
• Boot from that, and install 10.14.1 onto the volume containing an older release.
• Once done, apply the post-install patches, and you should now be on 10.14.1.

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