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Ok, I’ve found the answer. If you have a Install macOS Mojave.app file, which I got from somebody else’s supported machine, you can flash the /Contents/SharedSupport/BaseSystem.dmg to a USB drive with a tool like [https://www.balena.io/etcher/|Etcher]. The only catch is that this is a recovery partition image, so you the bootable USB will download a copy of macOS from Apple’s servers, but at least it offers the option for machines that don’t support internet recoverrecovery, because I don’t own a Mac.
Ok, I’ve found the answer. If you have a Install macOS Mojave.app file, which I got from somebody else’s supported machine, you can flash the /Contents/SharedSupport/BaseSystem.dmg to a USB drive with a tool like [https://www.balena.io/etcher/|Etcher]. The only catch is that this is a recovery partition image, so you the bootable USB will download a copy of macOS from Apple’s servers, but at least it offers the option for machines that don’t support internet recoverrecovery, because I don’t own a Mac.

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Aporte original por: Rupertus ,

Texto:

Ok, I’ve found the answer. If you have a Install macOS Mojave.app file, which I got from somebody else’s supported machine, you can flash the /Contents/SharedSupport/BaseSystem.dmg to a USB drive with a tool like [https://www.balena.io/etcher/|Etcher]. The only catch is that this is a recovery partition image, so you the bootable USB will download a copy of macOS from Apple’s servers, but at least it offers the option for machines that don’t support internet recover, because I don’t own a Mac.

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