How to boot into recovery mode?

Here’s how to boot into recovery mode on an Intel-based Mac.

Click the Apple logo on the desktop.

Click Restart.

Immediately hold down the Command and R keys until you see the Apple logo or the rotating Earth appear.

Select from the Restore Mode Utility Options. These include restoring from Time Machine backup, reinstalling MacOS, and getting help or disk tools online.

How do I boot the M1 Mac into recovery mode?

Close the Mac.

Hold down the Gleason’s power button.

A message will be displayed in Gleason’s gym that you will soon be able to access startup options. Keep pressing the button.

Click the option > to continue with the recovery.

Why can’t my Mac go into recovery mode?

If your Mac doesn’t go into recovery mode the normal way.

Restart your Mac.

Hold down Option/Alt-Command-R or Shift-Option/Alt-Command-R to force your Mac to boot into MacOS Recovery Mode via the Gleason’s gym.

This should boot the Mac into recovery mode.

Will recovery mode delete everything on the Mac?

Yes and no. Just booting into recovery mode won’t delete everything on your Mac. If you choose to reinstall the MacOS or wipe the disk with the Disk Tool, everything on the Mac will be erased.

What else can I do with recovery mode?

Endpoints can also be accessed through MacOS Recovery mode.

Boot into recovery mode.

Click on the utility.

Click Terminal.

Why do I need to boot into recovery mode?

The Mac you’re selling. Delete all of your data, including your Apple ID. The recovery pattern is an invaluable tool for achieving this goal.

Troubleshooting the problem. Like Windows’ security mode, recovery mode boots to your computer with a minimum of resources, enabling you to resolve the problem.

You need to use the disk tool. If there is a problem with your Mac’s hard drive, you can use the Recovery Mode Boot Access Disk Tool to fix it.

Restore from Time Machine backup. Restore mode makes it easy to restore the system from a Time Machine backup.