Tutorials • February 7, 2020
As a Mac user, we are not allowed to access the built-in system by using any third-party software. This is because of the Mac High Sierra (macOS 10.13) requirement. Therefore, you need to disable the SIP on your Mac OS system before you can recover lost data by using the Bitwar Data Recovery Software for Mac!
Disabling the System Integrity System Protection will not harm your Mac OS, and the steps are straightforward. So don’t worry about reformatting or damaging your Mac after disabling the SIP on your Mac.
Follow the tutorial below and we will show you the steps on how to disable the System Integrity Protection on Mac OS for free!
Steps to Disable System Integrity Protection on Mac OS
Step 1. Reboot Mac Device.
Step 2. Boot Mac into MacOS Recovery Mode.
Please hold the Command + R button at the same time and choose boot to Recovery Mode.
Step 3. Run the Terminal App.
At the MacOS Utilities Menu, choose Utilities and Terminal.
Step 4. Disable the file System Integrity Protection.
In the window of command line, key in csrutil disable. Then, press Return.
Step 5. Restart Mac Device.
Restart your Mac OS and launch Bitwar Data Recovery Software for Mac.