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How to Create Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows 10

How to Create Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows 10

Here, I am going to show you How to Create a Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows 10. Fortunately, every we will be blessed with a new operating system of Mac. First of all, the beta version of the operating system will be released and a minimum of 2 months later, the official version will come on the market. In this case, most of the people are looking for creating bootable on Windows 10. They can find the macOS Mojave directly from the App Store but for some reason, they are unable to install it from the App Store. There are many software on Windows 10 for creating USB Bootable for macOS Mojave, I am pretty sure none of them will work well and properly. Windows 10 users can use it with the help of virtualization which gives complete functionalities and features for the better experience.

Anyhow, you might listen about TransMac in macOS High Sierra for creating a USB Bootable for Mac. Most of the people are using that but it never worked in Windows 10. I installed macOS Mojave on VMware or VirtualBox. Then I downloaded and installed Unibeast inside the macOS Mojave. And I was creating USB Bootable for Mac through this process. Therefore, I am going to show you the same procedure for creating USB bootable. I know that it’s pretty lengthy and long but keep in mind that it will give full and 100% result. However, virtualization made the work easier and as well as for Mac users too.

You might don’t how to install macOS Mojave on VMware on Windows 10 PC. If you really want to know the steps and install on your Windows PC. Then make sure to click on the below post and get complete instruction.

Required Things:

  • Minimum 16GB USB Flash Drive.
  • Commands in order to copy macOS Mojave to USB Flash Drive.
  • macOS Mojave

Main Features of macOS 10.14 Mojave

  • Dark mode.
  • Continuity camera.
  • Desktop stacks.
  • Dynamic desktop.
  • Screenshot markup.
  • Gallery view for the finder.
  • Markup tools in more places.
  • Safari favicon
  • Group FaceTime.
  • Redesigned Mac app store.
  • Security improvements.

How to Create Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows 10

Step 1. Download macOS Mojave 10.14

In order to create macOS Mojave USB Bootable on Windows 10 Pc. First of all, you need to download macOS Mojave. If you have a developer account then you can easily download without any problem. So, if you don’t have a developer account then make sure to follow the steps below.

  1. At the very first thing, you need to download the developer tool and make sure to double-click on that in order to start the installation process.
  2. Once the welcome screen appears, you need to click on the click to continue.
  3. After that, you need to agree to the license and agreement of the developer tool and click on the continue.
  4. Select the location where you want to install it.
  5. Now, you have to enter the password for the confirmation and click on the install the software.
  6. Once you have successfully installed it then make sure to close the developer windows.

Step 3. The format or Erase the USB Flash Drive

However, before getting started you need to partition your USB Flash drive. It means that you have to erase your USB Flash Drive and make ready for macOS Mojave. For that, make sure to follow the steps below.

1. Insert the USB Flash Drive.

2. Then, you need to open the spotlight and search for the disk utility.

3. In the disk utility window, select the USB Flash Drive which you have inserted and erase with the following step.

  • Name: Give any name you want.
  • Format: MAC OS X Extended (Journaled).
  • Scheme: GUID Partition Map.

Once you have done the settings properly and click on the erase button. Now, completely close the utility disk.

Erase the USB Flash Drive

Step 3. Copying macOS Mojave to USB Flash Drive using Terminal

Once you have done each and everything then one more thing is remaining. Now, it is time to copy the macOS Mojave to USB Flash Drive with the help of Terminal. You can easily copy with thrid-party software but some of them are not safe to install. Since there is Terminal nothing is required. Because Terminal is a built-in feature of Mac. Therefore, you have to follow the below steps in order to create a USB Bootable for macOS Mojave on Windows 10.

Step 1. At the very first, you need to open the Terminal which you can find by searching that in the spotlight.

Step 2. Once the Terminal windows completely appear, you have to copy and paste the below command properly in the Terminal. Make the code in one line and paste that.

sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ 10.14\ Beta.app/Contents/Resources/
createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Untitled —applicationpath/Applications
/Install\macOS\ 10.14\ Beta.app —nointeraction

If the above commands didn’t work then make sure to try the below code.

sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ 10.14\ Beta.app/Contents/Resources
/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/USB --applicationpath /Applications
/Install\ macOS\ 10.14\ Beta.app

Once you have successfully pasted the code in the Terminal. Then it will ask you in order to enter your password for confirmation. When you type the password, you will not be able to see the password because it will pretty secure. When it asks you to type y then go for that. After that, you have to pretty wait until the macOS Mojave copied to your USB Flash Drive.

That’s all about How to Create Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows 10. It was the complete guide and procedure for creating USB Bootable for macOS Mojave. However, if you got stuck or face any problem then drop a comment in the comment section below. I will be happy to find solutions for that.

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