Create bootable USB macOS Sierra – OS X 10.12 – Macbook Pro, Mac Mini / Pro, iMac + Hackintosh

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Below is the code for terminal, Your drive MUST be named ‘macOS’ for it to work.

sudo /Applications/Install macOS –volume /Volumes/macOS –applicationpath /Applications/Install macOS

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  1. Why take so much effort to name the USB disk with such complicated games (as other videos on YouTube have done) when after the terminal process it renamed the disk anyway. So couldn't you have initially name the flash drive as something simple as abc?

  2. sudo /Applications/Install macOS –volume /Volumes/macOS –applicationpath /Applications/Install macOS

    is throwing error as

    sudo: /Applications/Install macOS command not found

  3. hi, i have a problem, i try to use de app Diskmaker and IntallDisk creator to do a bootable USB with sierra, but when the app is formating the USB it send me back an error code, already try this in two differents macbook pro, any advice for what is this happen? also in boot macs if i fomated an USB whith the disk utility tool to MS-DOSFAT or ExFAT for windows use, in a PC it says that the USB dosen't have a format and that it is corrupted

  4. This code for terminal will work, that one in the description will not work

    sudo /Applications/Install macOS –volume /Volumes/macOS –applicationpath /Applications/Install macOS

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