macOS High Sierra

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Fixing AirPort Utility ‘Device Not Found’ For AirPort Extreme And Time Capsule

If ‘Device not found’ appears in the Airport Utility app on your Mac, it means that your AirPort Extreme, AirPort Express or Time Capsule is not showing up in the AirPort Utility app and hence, not accessible. Nevertheless, your AirPort or Time Capsule device is still working and reachable via Finder app. The Fix… Read More »Fixing AirPort Utility ‘Device Not Found’ For AirPort Extreme And Time Capsule

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How To Fix ‘Cannot Delete Time Machine Backup Files From Trash’

Deleted Time Machine Backups in the trash cannot be emptied because of System Integrity Protection (SIP), introduced in Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan. If a Time Machine backup fails or gets interrupted then incomplete backups can result. The Time Machine will be unable to successfully complete a backup until this corrupted… Read More »How To Fix ‘Cannot Delete Time Machine Backup Files From Trash’

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Installing Huawei E3372 On macOS 11 Big Sur, Mac OS 10.12 Sierra And macOS 10.13 High Sierra

A Huawei E3372 / Telekom Speedstick LTE V mobile broadband modem USB stick is easily installed on macOS Big Sur 11, macOS 10.12 Sierra and macOS 10.13 High Sierra without using Mobile Partner software and despite Apple’s System Integrity Protection ‘csrutil’. Just use the following work around to get your Huawei… Read More »Installing Huawei E3372 On macOS 11 Big Sur, Mac OS 10.12 Sierra And macOS 10.13 High Sierra

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macOS Sierra and High Sierra: How To Disable System Integrity Protection

Learn how to disable Apple’s System Integrity Protection (‘SIP’) ‘csrutil’ on macOS 10.12 Sierra and macOS 10.13 High Sierra. System integrity Protection was introduced with Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan. Due to improved OS security, you must disable the System Integrity Protection, also called “rootless”, for installing certain apps, e.g. OpenPlex or OpenPlex Lite, or devices, e.g. mobile broadband modems… Read More »macOS Sierra and High Sierra: How To Disable System Integrity Protection