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How to enable installing 3rd Party Apps on Mac OS 10.12 (Video)

Ever since the new mac os version 10.12 (Sierra) came out. People are facing the issue of installing 3rd party apps (cracked) on it.

Apple has now disabled the feature to turn off that 3rd party check.

Previously it was under

System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> General

as you can see there are only 2 options now.

I will teach you how to get that 3rd option in mac os 10.12 so you can install cracked apps/3rd party apps

open terminal

COMMAND + Space

now type this command

sudo spctl —master-disable

it will ask for your password

type in your password and press enter

Now

you have the 3rd option ANYWHERE

now you can install 3rd party apps on your new 10.12

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Here’s how to add a WWDC 2016 countdown widget to your Mac

If you’re waiting patiently for WWDC 2016 to see what Apple has in store for iOS and OS X this year, then you’ve probably marked your calendars, or you may even be attending the event in person. Those of you looking forward to the event can now add a countdown widget to your Mac’s Dashboard […]

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Samsung to re-enter Apple’s supply chain for NAND flash memory chips in 2017

Following a five-year hiatus, Apple’s frenemy Samsung is set to supply NAND flash memory chips to Apple for its devices beginning with 2017, ETNews reported Wednesday. NAND flash memory is extensively used across Apple’s many products, including the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch and Mac notebooks. Apple dropped Samsung as a NAND flash […]

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Asus Broadwell i3 Dual 16" Laptop Bundle for $249.99 + free shipping

Best Buy offers the Asus Intel Broadwell Core i3 2.2GHz 15.6″ Laptop in Silver, model no. X540LA-SI30205P, bundled with a download of Webroot Secure Anywhere 3-Device 6-Month Subscription for Windows or Mac for $249.99 with free shipping. (The software will display in your cart.) That’s tied with our December mention of a similar model alone and the lowest total price we’ve seen for this configuration. (It’s also the best deal now by $79 for just the laptop.) It features an Intel Core i3-5020U 2.2GHz Broadwell dual-core processor, 15.6″ 1366×768 LCD, 4GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, DVD burner, 802.11n wireless, USB 3.0, HDMI, 2-cell battery, and Windows 10.

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Asus Broadwell i3 Dual 16" Laptop Bundle for $249.99 + free shipping

Best Buy offers the Asus Intel Broadwell Core i3 2.2GHz 15.6″ Laptop in Silver, model no. X540LA-SI30205P, bundled with a download of Webroot Secure Anywhere 3-Device 6-Month Subscription for Windows or Mac for $249.99 with free shipping. (The software will display in your cart.) That’s tied with our December mention of a similar model alone and the lowest total price we’ve seen for this configuration. (It’s also the best deal now by $79 for just the laptop.) It features an Intel Core i3-5020U 2.2GHz Broadwell dual-core processor, 15.6″ 1366×768 LCD, 4GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, DVD burner, 802.11n wireless, USB 3.0, HDMI, 2-cell battery, and Windows 10.

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Asus Broadwell i3 Dual 16" Laptop Bundle for $249.99 + free shipping

Best Buy offers the Asus Intel Broadwell Core i3 2.2GHz 15.6″ Laptop in Silver, model no. X540LA-SI30205P, bundled with a download of Webroot Secure Anywhere 3-Device 6-Month Subscription for Windows or Mac for $249.99 with free shipping. (The software will display in your cart.) That’s tied with our December mention of a similar model alone and the lowest total price we’ve seen for this configuration. (It’s also the best deal now by $79 for just the laptop.) It features an Intel Core i3-5020U 2.2GHz Broadwell dual-core processor, 15.6″ 1366×768 LCD, 4GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, DVD burner, 802.11n wireless, USB 3.0, HDMI, 2-cell battery, and Windows 10.

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Blockhead makes your MacBook charging brick less annoying

I love my Mac, but honestly, I hate the AC adapter. The ‘wall wart,’ as I like to call it, sticks out so far from the wall that it can be incredibly inconvenient for plugging in behind couches and in other tight spaces. Blockhead, which was only just recently announced, eliminates the annoying protrusion of […]

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Blockhead makes your MacBook charging brick less annoying

I love my Mac, but honestly, I hate the AC adapter. The ‘wall wart,’ as I like to call it, sticks out so far from the wall that it can be incredibly inconvenient for plugging in behind couches and in other tight spaces. Blockhead, which was only just recently announced, eliminates the annoying protrusion of […]

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Here’s how to add location to photos and videos in Photos for Mac

With Photos for Mac, Apple pulled an iWork: that is, the re-imagining of how you should organize and manage your photos across devices originally wasn’t as feature-complete as the now phased-out iPhoto used to be. That’s especially the case if you consider the need to edit location for some photos in your library: it wasn’t before the OS […]

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Reliable Japanese blog reaffirms Smart Connector, no headphone jack and other iPhone 7 rumors

Mac Otakara, a fairly reliable Japanese-language blog, learned from its own sources this morning that the rumors pertaining to some of the more controversial iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus features are in fact true. No headphone jack? You bet! That CAD design rendering supposedly sourced from Apple manufacturer Catcher Technology which gave us a closer […]

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