So, I’m planning on installing an older version of macOS on my MacBook Air 2017, high-five with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB storage,
However to install an older version of macOS that won’t install through other macOS recovery order system preferences application, but is recovery but it is compatible with your Mac. You may need to use the USB hard drive.
I have a 2 TB USB flash drive that connects for the USB a port.
I want on Apple support websites, got the macOS Mojave turned up 14 installer, plugged in my USB drive, copied the time in all commands to make my USB drive bootable. Here’s the tricky part.
I open up terminal, I scroll around, and I don’t know what the hell I’m doing, I’ll try and paste it. In some text field, I press enter. Nope, Dom, well, what do I do,. Click around on a few buttons, mess runs it, try and get it to work. No. I’m getting really impatient. Now,, this computer is a stupid piece of junk, and it doesn’t even tell me how to use terminal VoiceOver. Well Apple, what do you have to say for yourself and not one? Okay I start pressing buttons on the keyboard, instead of rage , I start smashing keyboards like a smash puppets and beating the puppets. Okay dammit that’s not helping at all, I will probably emoji worse. Okay chill, maybe you can search how to use it on the Internet. No, Dan, let’s not forget macOS Monterey’s are slow as New York City is rush-hour, so here I am typing this on my iPad 2020 2SE, hoping to God somebody responds with the answer I need.
How can I access the terminal? Please help me?