Disable System Integrity Protection (SIP) macOS Mojave
Some apps require you do this in order to work apps like TotalFinder. Not just cracked apps some apps that you won’t find on the MAS require this also.
How to Disable System Integrity Protection in macOS
- To disable System Integrity Protection, boot your Mac into Recovery Mode by pressing and holding the Command and R keys on your keyboard as soon as you hear the boot chime.
- Once you’ve booted into Recovery Mode, select Utilities > Terminal from the menu bar at the top of the screen.
- To check to see if System Integrity Protection is currently enabled or disabled, use the command csrutil status.
- To disable System Integrity Protection, use the command csrutil disable. You can re-enableit later by repeating these steps and using the command csrutil enable instead.
- Once you’ve disabled System Integrity Protection, restart your Mac via the Apple menu.