How to Fix MacOS Mojave Installation Failed Issue? Try These Useful Tips
It's been seven months since the release of MacOS Mojave, and so far, Apple has seeded the sixth beta of an upcoming macOS Mojave 10.14.4 update to developers to test and its gonna be to continue to update and improve MacOS Mojave. Sure upgrade to MacOS Mojave brings many new cool functions like Dark Mode, Group Face Time and New emojis. However, many users have failed to install the Mojave when they are upgrading its system. Here we offer you some tips on how to solve this MacOS Mojave installation failure issue.
MacOS Mojave installation failed
First of all, check if your Mac is compatible with macOS Mojave. Here are the list of compatible Mac model:
• MacBook (Early 2015 or higher)
• MacBook Air (Mid 2012 or higher)
• MacBook Pro (Mid 2012 or higher)
• Mac Mini (Late 2012 or higher)
• iMac (Late 2012 or higher)
• iMac Pro (2017)
• Mac Pro (Late 2013, mid 2010, mid 2012 models)
Then check if your Mac has enough storage space available. You can check it by opening Apple Menu, click on"about this Mac", and select"Storage"to check. If there is not enough storage to upgrade, you may need to delete some files or uninstall some apps to make some space. You can delete it through Finder → Documents, Finder → Applications one by one manually. Or you can use specialized cleaning app - MacBooster, which can clean over 20 types of junks files and uninstall apps completely.
At last, if you still can't upgrade. Please restart your Mac in Recovery Mode. Hold down Command + R buttons while your Mac is restarting. While in Recovery Mode you'll be able to run Disk Utility to check your disk for consistency. And disable all antivirus apps and do not set to preventing any installation.