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Question: Disabling SIP without full Recovery mode

You can disable SIP entering in Single User Recovery mode.


To do that you have 2 ways:


Using local recover partition


  1. Power off your notebook.
  2. Power on, than hold: option
  3. Select your Recovery Partition holding: command + S
  4. You will see a boot in a "console/terminal" mode.
  5. run cmd: csrutil disable
  6. run cmd: reboot


Using internet recovery


  1. Power off your notebook.
  2. Power on, than hold: command + shift + R
  3. Select your Wi-Fi
  4. Wait to download the recovery "image" from internet (progress bar with World/Internet logo).
  5. When at end of download, hold: command + S
  6. Keep holding "command + S" until boot start (progress bar with apple logo).
  7. You will see a boot in a "console/terminal" mode.
  8. run cmd: csrutil disable
  9. run cmd: reboot

Sometimes your notebook won't enter in full recovery mode. Single user mode is very useful when this happens.

MacBook Pro with Retina display, macOS Mojave (10.14)

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Of course disabling SIP is not recommended.

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