# Uninstalling OpenCore

# Uninstalling the bootloader

  1. Remove OpenCore either from the USB or internal drive
  • You'll need to mount the drive's EFI partition, and delete the EFI/OC and System folders
  1. Reset NVRAM (opens new window)


Note that after you remove OpenCore, your Mac will no longer boot and show the "prohibited" symbol. Be ready to install a natively-supported version of macOS before you uninstall OpenCore.

  • This does not apply to native Macs just using OpenCore to achieve features like AirPlay to Mac and Sidecar, but it is still recommended to reinstall macOS after removing OpenCore, if using SMBIOS spoofing to enable Universal Control and other features.

# Uninstalling the application

If you want to remove the application without reinstalling the OS, navigate to /Library/Application Support/ and delete the Dortania folder.