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Big Sur How to install BigSur in any intel based laptop.(Tested in Dell 5559)

noobsplanet

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Hello hackintosh lovers,

After a long time, I'm back with another article on how to install BigSur in any intel based laptop. Bigsur is the major update and has lots of improvements and stability. The look and feel is very elegant, provides more customization, try it yourself.
This guide is recommends the following minimum system requirements:-
  • 8 GB RAM or More
  • 16 GB or Higher USB Pen-drive
  • 2015 or Higher System CPU Generation
  • Intel Based Processor i5 or higher
  • Mac needed, { Borrow friends macbook if you don't have one or follow my another guide using linux, using windows (coming soon) }

other than this, USB/Wireless Keyboard or Mouse (Some laptop might face keyboard or touchpad issue on installation (rare cases only)). That's enough requirement, let's get started
From Mac
Goto AppStore -> Download MacOs Big Sur.
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This may take few hours depending on your internet speed. Once completed Insert you Usb drive and format it using DiskUtility Program.
Launch Disk Utility -> Select USB drive -> Erase -> Name it as NoobsPlanet -> select scheme to GUID Partition Map-> Erase.

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Make the USB bootable, Enter the following command into Terminal.
Terminal:
sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Big\ Sur.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/NoobsPlanet
Sit back and relax, this may take about half an hour.

Goto the following links and download Clover Configurator and Open Core EFI

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Once you reach bootable progress to 100% , open Clover Configurator and select Mount EFI -> Mount Partition -> Open Partition.
Extract the downloaded EFI partition and copy contents into USB EFI you've just mounted.
Restart your system, select boot from USB and BoOM you should now able to see the Open Core bootloader.

If you're unable to see the open core bootloader then you need to reorder the boot priority and make first priority for usb boot. If this doesnt work then manually add the boot mode.

Note : Your system may reboot several times during installation.

* Video Guide and post installation guide will be updated soon.
 
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yashydv21

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yes not using USBInjectAll.kext. it won't boot if i am using USBInjectAll.kext
 

muad

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Sound did not work !
no input /output device founded!
plz help me
 

muad

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It seems no one knows or no one help. thanks
 

noobsplanet

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Sound did not work !
no input /output device founded!
plz help me
please update your profile with system specs.

Remember, you may need to inject the correct layout id for your system. you can find working layout-id here

and injection in Big Sur might be different, use openCore configurator to edit [/ICODE]config.plist[/ICODE]
save and restart, then you should get your audio working..
 

muad

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please update your profile with system specs.

Remember, you may need to inject the correct layout id for your system. you can find working layout-id here

and injection in Big Sur might be different, use openCore configurator to edit [/ICODE]config.plist[/ICODE]
save and restart, then you should get your audio working..
 

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