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<< Solved >> UniBeast it's not working on my MacBook Pro 2012

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Hello guys!
I have a 2012 core i5 with 8Gb of RAM MacBook Pro and I want to make a hackintosh on my older i3 desktop (I checked the compatibility and it's supported) but when I run the Unibeast, it's very lo and do not create my bootable disk.
Initialy, he showed an error associated to efi, because this can't be copied to my pendrive. I downloaded the latest version of unibeast but it's not working.
Anybody can help-me? Have an othe program to create an bootable disk with MacOS to make a hackintosh?
The photo below is from the point where its stuck...
Sorry for any gramatical error, 'cause I'm not fluent on english.
Thanks!
 

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I have been tried it, but not worked for me. Now, it's the message shown for me:
 

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If you get the error "Couldn't copy apfs.efi to destination ESP folder" on a UEFI Boot Mode creation, erase the destination USB stick with the following command and rerun UniBeast:

sudo diskutil partitionDisk USB-Device GPT JHFS+ VOLUME-NAME R

Replace USB-Device with the device name of your destination volume, i.e. /dev/disk2
Replace VOLUME-NAME with the volume name you want.

Be aware UniBeast will change the volume name to "Install macOS High Sierra" which is the default that Apple uses for USB installation media.
 
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Thanks! I used an older version of UniBeast and worked!
 
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