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[Guide] Install/Restore BigSur with OpenCore


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--Big Sur Beta 5 Restore Tutorial--

https://tinyurl.com/yxhhaf7e

--OpenCore Vanilla Video Guide--

https://tinyurl.com/yyfa7mfa

--OpenCore Vanilla Guide--

https://tinyurl.com/ycvcnp8h

 

--Full Solution with good fine tune you need post your files, check video and run this app bellow--

Download RunMe.apphttps://tinyurl.com/y9562hz7

 

Let's start

System password is 1234

 

Work in internal or external HDD/SSD / Don't restore to your Mojave/Catalina macOs SSD

 

1- Download this .dmg and put in your desktop

Link 1- https://tinyurl.com/ybttsz94

Link 2 - https://tinyurl.com/ydxme7jl

All Credits to vit9696 and Vandroiy

 

2- Open terminal and mount .dmg

-Run in terminal-

hdid -nomount "/Users/olarila.com/Desktop/macOS_11.dmg"

*change user*

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3- Check disks with diskutil list in terminal 

***Pay attention, you need restore partition that has EFI partition and 120gb, check image below***

-Run in terminal-

diskutil list

In my case .dmg mounted is disk5 and my NVME is disk1

*mounted .dmg have 120 gb*

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4- Unmount Disk

*Make changes according to the result in the terminal*

-Run in terminal-

diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk1

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5- Restore

*Make changes according to the result in the terminal*

Restore from disk5 to disk1

-Run in terminal-

sudo dd if=/dev/disk5 of=/dev/disk1 bs=32m

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with ctrl + t you can check progress

Restore is done.

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6- Let's check OpenCore config

Go to NVRAM tab, 7C436110-AB2A-4BBB-A880-FE41995C9F82

add -lilubetaall, booter-fileset-kernel and booter-fileset-basesystem

<key>booter-fileset-kernel</key>
<data>AA==</data>
<key>booter-fileset-basesystem</key>
<data>AA==</data>

 

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Download last release OpenCore and Kexts

 

--OC vanilla Application--

https://www.olarila.com/topic/10371-oc-vanilla/

 

 

 

Premade EFI Folder Serie 100/200/300/400

EFI Premade BigSur.zip

EFI BigSur Serie 100.200.300.400 OpenCore 0.6.1.zip New EFI with OpenCore 0.6.1

*in some cases we need uncheck DevirtualiseMmio in Booter/Quirks*

 

Boot into system and enjoy!

 

Resize Disk After restore Thanks to Pavo

To resize the physical disk of BigSur when using this method

*Identify the physical disk

diskutil list

*repair the physical disk partition

sudo diskutil repairDisk diskX

*Resize the physical disk container volume

sudo diskutil apfs resizeContainer diskXs2 0

 

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Credits/Thanks: Acidanthera Team, Apple

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2 minutes ago, JhoonCollins said:

If I do this tutorial it will erase all of the data of my ssd? or can i resize the ssd and install on one of the partitions?

the best is one ssd for it, avoid problems ;) 

but i think dis0s1 for example u can in partition

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1 hour ago, JhoonCollins said:

If I do this tutorial it will erase all of the data of my ssd? or can i resize the ssd and install on one of the partitions?

Maybe you can check this: 

Pavo said about resize partition:

 

To resize the physical disk of BigSur when using the img dd method
*Identify the physical disk you dd the img to X is example
diskutil list
*repair the physical disk partition
sudo diskutil repairDisk diskX
*Resize the physical disk container volume
sudo diskutil apfs resizeContainer diskXs2 0

https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/344236-pre-release-macos-big-sur/?do=findComment&comment=2727150 

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36 minutes ago, WindAngel said:

Can i install this .dmg file on Ryzen 5 3500X?

this guy update patches for amd

patches.AMD BIGSUR.zip

 

Credits

  • AlGrey for the idea and creating the patches.
  • XLNC for maintaining patches to various macOS versions.
  • Sinetek, Andy Vandijck, spakk, Bronya, Tora Chi Yo, Shaneee and many others for sharing their AMD/XNU kernel knowledge
  • 0xD81CF, doesprintfwork and erikjara for readme translations.
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31 minutes ago, Carlos Matos said:

My OC 0.5.9 that work in my machine More two options go work? or need be the 6.0?

need compile last, check first post, have a easy way for it

8 minutes ago, asapreta said:

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10 minutes ago, bigbotijao said:

Isso serve pra instalar o Mac Big Sur? Opencore atualizou? é só fazer isso @MaLd0n ? e isso eu faço dentro do Catalina que ja tenho aqui? nunca usei opencore 

teste em outro hd

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4 minutes ago, bigbotijao said:

Então isso ainda não é o hackintosh? no meu caso eu não tenho o outro SSD, so o que eu uso, consigo bootar mesmo assim ?

o sistema foi lançado há 2 dias. é beta, cheio de bugs. apenas teste em hd separado pra não ter problema

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