How to install software from

  • After you have downloaded any app from CrackMyMac, unzip it to your desktop. Double clicking it should do the job. We highly RECOMMEND unzipping using The Unarchiver –
  • If it requires a password, get it here –
  • There are three types of installer.dmg, .app & .pkg
  • For .dmg, double click the file to “virtually” mount it to your MAC. A popup window should appear asking you to copy the file by dragging the app icon to your Applications folder. To launch the program, just double click the app icon inside your Applications folder which you have copied earlier. Don’t forget to unmount the .dmg by clicking the Eject button under Devices in the finder or Command-clicking its icon on desktop and selecting Eject “your app”. Alternatively, simply drag the disc image to the trash bin to unmount.
  • For .app, it is very much the same process except it doesn’t need to mount any image. Just open the software folder that you have downloaded and drag the .app installation bundle to your Applications folder. You can then launch the program by double clicking the app icon. .app install mac
  • For .pkg, this is a package installer for your Mac. Just double click on the .pkg file and follow the instruction to complete the software installation. Sometimes it will ask for admin permission, so choose “I Agree” when prompted.


If you get the errors like above, please go to System Preferences –> Security & Privacy

Choose Anywhere under the Allow apps downloaded from:

Please note that there is no “Anywhere” option for (Sierra, High Sierra and Mojave)

You have to manually enable it using Terminal command

  1. Open the Terminal app from the /Applications/Utilities/ folder and then enter the following command syntax(Copy & Paste) -> it’s double dash before master: 

    sudo spctl –master-disable

  2. Hit return and use admin password when prompted
  3. Close System Preferences & Open it again
  4. You will now see the “Anywhere” option
  5. Click the lock image to prevent further changes


If you got an error that says ” The application “xxx” can’t be opened

Please follow there steps

  1. Launch Terminal [Applications/Utilities], then type or copy/paste

    chmod +x

    [including a space after the x]
  2. Drag the app you need to change the permission straight onto the Terminal window, which will fill in the correct path
  3. Hit Backspace once, as the last task will add an unnecessary space
  4. Then you need to add the sub-path to the actual executable inside the app, so copy this & paste it onto the end of your current Terminal line 


  5. Hit Enter

This will change the permissions to executable

An example of the ‘finished’ Terminal command, using XXX as the example

chmod +x /Applications/*

Terminal never tells you “Success” or “Done” etc. If you see it add a new line saying

yourMac:~ yourname$

then it’s finished.
If there’s an error it will report that.

If you get an error saying you do not have permission to do this, then start over, but use

sudo chmod +x 

This is, in effect, “Administrator Override” mode.

You will be asked to provide your Mac password when you hit Enter (which will not show at all as you type it) then hit Enter again.