How to leave beta (remove feedback assistant)?

ncbetz

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Hi,

I was on the macOS Sierra public beta, and would now like to leave it and be on the public releases. Is it possible to do this?

Noah
 

ncbetz

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Then either follow the steps for returning to a prior release then upgrade, or erase and install the public release and migrate. Otherwise wait for the next update.
I guess waiting for a new update is easiest.
 

X3n0n

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I did this yesterday, but I still have feedback assistant and when I see my version it still says beta.
You can remove it from the Dock, but it's no big deal to have the FeedBack Assistant.

If you want to get rid of it, re install from scratch.

By the way, check your Catalog URL not to be on Beta feed.
 

tywebb13

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You can remove it from the Dock, but it's no big deal to have the FeedBack Assistant.

If you want to get rid of it, re install from scratch.

By the way, check your Catalog URL not to be on Beta feed.
Actually that won't remove it, just move it to a different place on your computer so that it is not immediately obvious that it is still on your computer.
 

X3n0n

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That what I said, you can remove it from the Dock, but if you want to completely get rid of it, format ans re install from scratch.

IMHO, re install just for that doesn't worth it.
 
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