MacOS Recovery Mode with Apple Silicon
macOS recovery mode is a built-in utility feature provided by Apple that can help you diagnose and repair common issues on your mac. This article will guide you on the steps on how you can start your Apple M1 or M2 macOS recovery mode.
MacOs recovery mode is very useful in case your Apple Mac won’t start for some reason. There might be certain possibilities as to why it is not functioning properly? You may encounter software issues or could require a fresh installation of macOS.
This tutorial will give you useful tips on how to navigate macOS Recovery Mode utilizing the newest hardware, whether you’re an experienced Mac user or new to the Apple ecosystem.
Starting macOS recovery mode using Apple silicon is a bit different than booting Intel-based Macs.
Start macOS Recovery Mode using Apple M1 or M2
This post specifically shows you the steps on how to use macOS recovery mode on a Mac with Apple silicon
If for any reason you want to use macOS recovery mode, doing this will be very easy on Apple Silicon M1 or M2.
Follow the steps below:
Step 1. Shut down Mac – Yes, the first thing you do is that you need to shut down your mac completely.
Surely you must be familiar with turning off macOS. Just to let beginners know, navigate to and click on the Apple icon from the top-left and select Shut Down…
After a complete shut down, just wait for 10 seconds and afterward follow the next step.
Step 2. Press and hold the power button unless you see the Apple logo and start showing you “starting recovery mode” or so
- On the next screen, you will Macintosh HD and Options to select
- Select Options and click continue
- It may ask for your system password for authentication
Step 3. Lastly, you will see macOS Recovery Mode and you will have access to various utilities including:
- Restore from Time Machine
- Reinstall macOS
- Disk Utility
With your newfound understanding of macOS Recovery Mode, you are prepared to face any difficulties that may arise.
For further assistance, please contact Apple Support or look through their online resources if you have any more queries or require assistance.How to Start macOS Recovery Mode with Apple Silicon? Click To Tweet