Sun. Sep 25th, 2022

Install OS X Lion On Hackintosh With UniBeast In Seconds

It seems that installing Apple’s latest Mac OS X Lion on hacknitosh machine is quite easier than making a cup of coffee, say big thanks to the infamous Tonymacx86 for the new intelligent “UniBeast” – bootable USB drive utility, which allows users to easily ditch all the previous mentioned buggy tutorials of installing Mac OS X On Windows PC.

In case you didn’t know anything about hackintosh, it’s a kind of cheaply modified computer that allows users to run and install Apple’s OS X on the non-Apple hardware. It’s a kind of hacking on which you made OS X to run on Windows supported PC. In the past users used couple of different things to modify their PC machines to run OS X on the computer, but now it seems that new tool from Tonymacx86 has just revolutionized the hackintosh age.

UniBeast is a new tool that makes it easy to install Apple’s newest desktop OS, Lion, on your hackintosh. Not only does UniBeast get rid of the need for an iBoot CD, but it also creates a bootable Lion USB flash drive.

With latest UniBeast tool, all you have to do is copy a Lion from Mac App Store, and creates all-in-one bootable OS X Lion USB drive that allows you to run hackintosh on your PC, and as well as can be used for System Recovery at the worst moment. Tonymacx86 launches UniBeast and MultiBeast. The MultiBeast allows you to perform post-installation, in other words, give you access to find and install all the needed drivers on your hackintosh machine and also enable the boot from the hard drive.

UniBeast also does not require any optical drive to perform hackintosh,the new tool allows you to make a bootable USB drive with the minimum space of 8GB, the new all-in-one USB allows you to boot directly to iBoot without any need of iBoot CD. You can simply plug the USB and navigate to iBoot which provides you some options to install the OS X Lion on your PC.

It’s great to see tools like UniBeast and MultiBeast make hackintoshing easier. Tonymacx86 has a full and detailed tutorial on how to use both tools on his blog.