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oh okay, thanks :) Would you be able to give me instructions on how to do it? As in first disable SIP with Clover Bootloader? then the SIPUtility?

 

More information can be found in the appropriate forum topic: Clover General discussion.

Good lack.

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@Sherlocks thanks.
 
SIPUtility.app v1.0.2

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@Sherlocks thanks.

 

SIPUtility.app v1.0.2

 

thank you so much :)

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