Unlock your Mac safely!
Our unique tool allows to you safely unlock your Mac machine. You can remove the Mac padlock screen on startup for good without knowing your original password.
Perfect way for users who can't remember their device's EFI firmware passcode.
Mac unlocking process is easy to perform, our tool simply guides you through the entire procedure. We tried to make the Mac unlocking process as simple as possible.
You don't have to know the Mac padlock password in order unlock your Mac.
Our tool keeps your data intact during unlocking. All your personal data is preserved.
|Product Name||A-Model||Model Year||EMC Number||Model Identifier|
|iMac||A2115||2020||EMC – 3442||iMac20,1
|iMac Pro||A1862||2017||EMC – 3144||iMacPro1,1|
|Mac Pro||A1791||2019||EMC – 3203||MacPro7,1|
|Mac Pro||A2304 (Rack)||2019||EMC – 3413||MacPro7,1|
|Mac Mini||A1793||2018||EMC – 3213||Macmini8,1|
|2018||EMC – 3214
EMC – 3215
|2019||EMC – 3358
EMC – 3359
EMC – 3301
EMC – 3347
|2020||EMC – 3348
EMC – 3456
|MacBook Air||A1932||2018||EMC - 3184||MacBookAir8,1|
|MacBook Air||A1932||2019||EMC - 3184||MacBookAir8,2|
|MacBook Air||A1932||2020||EMC - 3302||MacBookAir9,1|
In case you lost your firmware password your only chance to use your Mac and enjoy all system features is by using our Mac EFI unlock service.
Entire process should only take few minutes (including payment).
No, our software does not bypass disk encryption.
Secure Boot establishes a trust relationship between the UEFI BIOS and the software it eventually launches (such as bootloaders, OSes, or UEFI drivers and utilities). After Secure Boot is enabled and configured, only software or firmware signed with approved keys are allowed to execute.
Enabled SecureBoot ie. also prevents you from running different operating system on your Mac machine. After unlocking SecureBoot is disabled and you can install compatible 3rd part operating system like. linux.
No, no software can repair physical device damage.
When a firmware password set on a Mac, the lock icon appears when you try to start up from another disk or volume, such as an external device. A firmware password prevents users who don't have the password from starting up from any disk other than the designated startup disk.
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