The most loved Mac Book Pro is something which will make everyone falls in love with it. The light feather-like weight and brilliant eye retina display make it even more worth falling in love with. Not just this Mac Book Pro comes with other additional features including Touch ID, new generation keyboard and all-day battery life which make it perfect for every use. But according to 8 out of 10 people, Bitten apple products are little complicated to use. Actual thing is that they are not complicated but have something different which is not everyone’s cup of tea to get usual with it. With Androids, everything is easy from Adding and deleting files to reset the factory settings.
Sometimes when MacBook pro is crashing or overheating the best thing to do is to reset the factory settings. As mentioned above, Resetting the factory settings is not everyone’s cup of tea. But by following few steps and instructions, one can reset factory settings of Mac book pro on our own. The following steps will enable users to reset the MacBook Pro to an embellished factory state as if it is fresh out of the box.
The Following Steps Must Be Followed in Order to Reset:
Clone or create backups of Mac Hard Drive:
Resetting factory settings of the device may lead to losing all of the data stored in the device. The most essential step to make data more secure is to create back-ups or cloning everything which is at losing risk. Best way to do so is to get it done by Time Machine. Time machine is Apple’s software to create back-ups for Mac. All it requires to make it work is a separate storage device. It keeps a copy of everything. While working with the time machine, User must take of that, while creating back-ups the device should be connected with other external storage. Other ways are also available which includes Carbon Copy Cloner and Super Duper.
Sign out of everything:
Out of an Abundance of Caution, this step can be considered as an essential one. Not us this makes the application brand new but also makes the life of device easier. It also ensures those app links themselves to particular devices can link to new computer fastly. Signing out of everything includes signing-out of accounts iTunes, Icloud and disabling File Vault.
Erasing the disk:
After all the back-ups, cloning everything and signing out of every application, it’s time to reboot the MacBook and erase the drive. To do so :
- Reboot the Mac.
- While Rebooting is taking place, Hold along the Command and R key together till the Apple Logo Shows off.
- Select Disk utility, when the menu shows up.
- Select Continue and start-up disk
- Select erase from the top menu and MacOs extended from the pop-up menu
- Select erase
After rebooting the Mac, Users will be left with nothing. To make the Mac works again perfectly, Users have to reinstall MacOs again. After the rebooting Mac Process finishes off, the system will itself commands the users to download or reinstall the MacOs again. The thing to be noted is that the device should be connected with Ethernet or Wi-Fi.