High Sierra Patcher

High Sierra Patcher
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1.0.1
- Initial release
1.1
- Fixed the native High Sierra installer, getting rid of the need to use and bundle the El Capitan installer. Download size is greatly reduced.
2.0.1
- Added a new feature that allows downloading of the macOS High Sierra Installer App directly from Apple.
2.1.0
- Added support for APFS.
2.1.3
- Changed APFS booting implementation, fixing an issue with iCloud services.
2.2.3
- Added a new System Preferences item for APFS users, that allows switching between APFS boot volumes on the same disk.
2.2.4
- Minor changes made to ensure compatibility with final macOS High Sierra release.
2.2.5
- Fixed a minor UI issue.
2.2.6
- Slightly changed the macOS Downloading implementation, saving all files to the specified directory instead of temporarily using the AppData directory.
- Minor UI tweaks made.
2.3.0
- Added a new patch for AMD Radeon HD 5xxx, 6xxx, and 7xxx series video cards on the Mac Pro 3,1.
- Added a new backlight control patch needed for some systems.
- Slightly tweaked the APFS booting method.
2.3.1
- Added support for the final release of High Sierra.
- Includes a new version of Patch Updater that allows viewing and re-installing of installed patch updates.
2.3.2
- Fixed an issue with the AMD GPU Patch not working with Radeon HD 7xxx series cards.
- Fixed an issue where the tool may crash while creating a USB drive.
2.3.3
- Fixed a crashing issue with the post-install tool.
2.3.4
- Fixed an issue with the macOS Downloading feature.
2.3.5
- Fixed an issue where the AMD GPU Patch would be unnecessarily installed on some machines.
2.3.6
- Added notifications for when drive creation is complete.
2.4.0
- Added support for booting encrypted APFS volumes.
2.5.0
- Completely re-wrote initial installer volume creation/patching implementation.
- Added support for using an internal drive as a patched installer.
- Improved error catching.
- Decreased the likelihood that an error will occur while creating a patched installer drive.
2.5.1
- Fixed an issue where the application would fail to create bootable installer volumes under Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7.
- Fixed an issue where the Software Update Patch may cause the App Store to become unresponsive.
- Made minor UI changes.
2.5.2
- Added a new feature that allows custom/modified kexts to load even with SIP enabled, getting rid of the need to have SIP disabled when running a patched copy of High Sierra.
- Fixed an issue where the APFS patch would not work properly on some APFS volumes.
2.5.3
- Fixed a couple minor issues with the installation environment.
2.5.4
- Added a new feature allowing the download of macOS High Sierra to resume if an error occurs, or the download is stopped.
2.5.5
- Fixed an issue where the macOS Downloading feature wouldn't work under Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
2.6.0
- Added support for downloading a 10.13.4 installer.
- Fixed an issue where drives created using a 10.13.4 Installer App would not boot.
2.6.1
- Updated to add support for a recent change of the way Apple serves the download of macOS High Sierra.
2.6.2
- Improved macOS downloading implementation.
2.7.0
- Added support for Broadcom BCM4321 WiFi cards.

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High Sierra Patcher Tool For Unsupported Macs

The macOS High Sierra Patcher, is designed for all the mac users. The file accessed by this tool is directly from Apple server, so you will get a valid macOS installer for sure. Moreover, the tool is completely free and no ads or adware within the app. I have just installed dosdude1's High Sierra Patcher on my 2008 Mac Pro 3,1. The Patcher installed fine, I managed to run the installer, then that completed and went to reboot (as it should have). My issue is that now the machine seems to try to boot up, but shuts off half way through. Available for: macOS Sierra 10.12.6, macOS High Sierra 10.13.6, macOS Mojave 10.14.4. Impact: An application may be able to read restricted memory. Description: A validation issue was addressed with improved input sanitization. CVE-2019-8603: Phoenhex and qwerty (@niklasb, @qwertyoruiopz, @bkth) working with Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative. If you want to check compatibility before downloading the installer, learn about the minimum requirements for macOS Catalina, Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, or Yosemite. You can also check compatible operating systems on the product-ID page for MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook, iMac, Mac mini, or Mac Pro. MacOS High Sierra Patcher application is intended for those with unsupported Macs and Hackintosh users, but any Mac user can use the app to be able to download the complete installer file from Apple servers. Note: Make sure SIP is disabled on the system you intend to install High Sierra on.