I’ll show you how to make a macOS Monterey USB Installer for Hackintosh today. In this article, I will only demonstrate how to make the USB. I’m not going to go over the entire process of creating the EFI bootloader. I’m hoping to write about this in another post. Here are the steps we must take to create the installer.
Steps to Create macOS Monterey USB Installer for Hackintosh
Step 1. Obtain the macOS Monterey Installer
Here you can-Visit the following article to learn how to download the macOS Monterey full installer on a Mac or Hackintosh. This does not require an Apple Developer Account.
Step 2. Format the USB Disk
Now you have-Connect your USB drive to a USB port and then launch Disk Utility. Make certain that all devices are displayed. Then, from the list, choose your USB drive.
Select GUID Partition Map and Mac OS Extended (Journaled) from the list before clicking the Erase button. Give it a name like Installer.
To begin formatting the disc, click Erase. Make certain there are no mistakes.
Step 3. Copy the macOS Monterey Installer to USB
Please Open Terminal and then type or copy this command Easily.
sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ 12\ Beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Installer --nointeraction
Change “Installer” to whatever you put on the USB Name in the previous step. Enter your password and then wait for the process to finish. This process can take some time, so please be patient.
Finally you-have now created the macOS Monterey USB Installer. For Hackintosh users, you must configure EFI and copy it to the USB drive’s EFI partition.