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A tool that searches Appstore for missing macOSes.

 

Every year when a new macOS is released, the older ones get missing in Appstore. Making the Appstore's search button completely useless! For example, if you are searching for Sierra or El Capitan now, you may NEVER find it anymore using the search button.

 

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As a result, this tool was developed to resolve that issue. Here's an app that communicates with Appstore and allows you to download your desired vanilla macOS (even the older ones).

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Have a great day and enjoy the tool. 

 

Credits:

 

Talat A. Ozcan ~ Outstanding app icon designs.

Cyberdevs ~ App's termination code

 

GetmacOS v1.9.dmg

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WoW, this app is awesome. Before I had to follow 7labs' guide to get image from AppStore. Your app just a one click... :superman

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I'm able to run it now but it just download the installer, not the image itself.

Maybe it's supposed to run like this but I hoped to download a vanilla image for future use. Or maybe I'm doing something wrong?

Thanks in advance.

 

Hi decat,


I'm little confused now. Could you plz explain abit on what do you mean by it's downloading the installer but not the image?

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When I choose Sierra it does download the image. It think it's related to the running OS which is High Sierra.

When I choose to download High Sierra it just downloads the installer, not the image. Download doesn't take a minute, probably because I'm already running High Sierra.

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When I choose Sierra it does download the image. It think it's related to the running OS which is High Sierra.

When I choose to download High Sierra it just downloads the installer, not the image. Download doesn't take a minute, probably because I'm already running High Sierra.

 

Decat,


I think I get what you mean. Go to your high Sierra/Library/Updates and delete all files and folders in there. Reboot the system and try to download high sierra again. :superman:guitar

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