How To Open Apps From Unidentified Developers

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  1. PheonixVX, Jan 24, 2017
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2017

    PheonixVX macrumors newbie

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    Ok I Put This Together after I SuccessFully Did It Without Admin Rights Or Doing That CTRL + CLICK + Open Thing I Successfully Made A Way To Register The Developer As You Partially So This Is Actually A Guide. THIS WILL NOT WORK WITH .JARS ONLY APPS

    1. Download A Unregistered App
    2. Try Launching The App If It Says You Can't Open This Because Its From A Unidentified Developer.
    3. Launch Script Editor
    4. Look At The Left And Then Click AppleScript And Just Change It To JavaScript
    5. Press Command And Then S Or File ----> Save ---->
    6. Fill In The Name
    7. Next Press Next To File Format Then Put Application Instead of Script
    6. Find The Application You Made Using Script Editor
    7. Then Press CTRL And Then Click Then Press Show Package Contents
    8. Then Take The Contents Folder Out And Onto Your Desktop
    9. Now Right Click Then Press New Folder Then Put The App's Contents In There.
    10. Then Take You Unregistered App And Take The Contents Out Same As In Step 8
    11. Then Go Into The Unregistered Apps Contents(IT SHOULD BE ON YOUR DESKTOP)
    12. Then Take The Every Thing Inside The Unregistered Apps Contents And Drag Them Into Your Recently Created Apps Contents
    13. OverWrite EVERYTHING
    14. Launch Your Application

    I Know This Definitely Works With Mac OS X El Capitan
     
  2. KALLT macrumors 601

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    Code:
    xattr -rd com.apple.quarantine <myapp>.app
    Done.
     
  3. PheonixVX thread starter macrumors newbie

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    KALLT I'm On A School LapTop
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    It's Also Just For People Who Don't Want To Use The Terminal Because of The Fright They Could Delete Or If Your Lazy And Just Wanna Open The App Instead of Putting Admin Stuff
     
  4. KALLT macrumors 601

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    So you don’t have access to Terminal?

    Doesn’t matter, you can probably do it with Script Editor too. Just create a new AppleScript and enter the following:
    Code:
    do shell script "xattr -rd com.apple.quarantine <myapp>.app"
    Just make sure that you point to the correct path, e.g. “~/Desktop/MyApp.app”.
     
  5. PheonixVX thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I'm Just Saying No Body Really Would Type That All In.
     
  6. PheonixVX thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I Have Access To Terminal Its Just I Don't Like Terminal
     
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