Solved : Downgrade macOS Mojave Beta 2 to macOS High Sierra

Apple introducing many software in mac. People who are using Mac are like to upgrade their higher version of their software. But, people who upgraded their version to macOS Mojave Beta 2 are experiencing too many bugs like battery draining quickly, freezing of apps etc. If you have this issue… Don’t worry. Here I gonna tell you how to Downgrade macOS Mojave Beta 2 to macOS High Sierra.
Step 1:

  1. Click “Apple icon” in the top left corner of the screen.
  2. Choose “Restart” on the menu.
  3. Now, you have to press and hold “Command + R” until your Mac reboots.

Step 2:

  1. Your Mac is now entering to Recovery Mode.
  2. Click “Disk Utility” in the OS X utilities.
  3. Tap “Continue”.

Step 3:

  1. Tap “Startup Disk”.
  2. Tap the “Erase” tab at the top of the window.

Step 4:

  1. Enter the name of the file which you need to delete.
  2. It could be like macOS or macOS High Sierra.
  3. You need to select “Mac OS Extended” from the format list if your PC is using HFS+.
  4. If you are using APFS then choose “APFS”.
  5. Select GUID “Partition map” if there is any scheme in the end.
  6. Then, click “Erase”.

Step 5:
After your system has been erased, quit “Disk Utility” from the drop-down menu at the top left corner of the screen.
Reinstall macOS High Sierra
After you erased the macOS Mojave, you need to reinstall the earlier version of OS.
Step 1:

  1. Tap “Apple icon” at the top left corner.
  2. Tap “Restart”.
  3. Press and hold the “Option”.
  4. List of start disk options appears, you just tap “Bootable drive with macOS High Sierra”.
  5. Now, the installation is started.

Step 2:

  1. Tap “Continue” in the macOS High Sierra installation window.
  2. Tap “Agree” to the terms and conditions.
  3. Now, OS will reboot on your Mac.
  4. After installing the older version, you can restore it from the most recent backup.
  5. Backup from the Latest Backup
  6. Make sure your Wi-Fi is turned on.
  7. Tap “Apple icon”.
  8. Choose “Restart” on the menu.
  9. Press and hold “Command + R” until your Mac reboots.
  10. Then, choose “Restore from Time Machine Backup” in the OS X Utilities.
  11. Choose the backup source and click “Continue”.
  12. Choose “Latest macOS High Sierra backup”.
  13. Finally, tap “Continue”.
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