iMyFone BitLockerGoMac is a professional tool which helps to open, read, and write a BitLocker encrypted drive on Mac. Firstly, we would like to introduce what preparations you should make before using BitLockerGoMac.
A healthy BitLocker drive is required. If a BitLocker drive has been corrupted, try AnyRecover Data Recovery to recover data from the corrupted BitLocker drive.
Requires the correct password or a 48-digit recovery key file. It will be used to decrypt the BitLocker drive on your Mac. If the password and recovery key are unknown or lost, BitLockerGoMac won't help to read/write your BitLocker drive on Mac.
The file system of an external device must be exFAT, NTFS, FAT 16, or FAT 32. If the file system is of another type, format it to exFAT, NTFS, FAT 16, or FAT 32 before using iMyFone BitLockerGoMac.
Then read on this guide to make using BitLockerGoMac a seamless experience.
Download for free and install iMyFone BitLockerGoMac here. Then double-click the installation document and follow the instructions to complete the installation.
iMyFone BitLockerGoMac requires administrator password and authorizing access to your storage devices every time it launches. Please enter your password to allow this.
Connect a BitLocker encrypted drive to your Mac. After inserting the BitLocker drive, click the "Ignore" button when you see the message "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer.".
There are two options to read and write the BitLocker encrypted drive on Mac:
Option 1: Click the Decrypt button and enter the passcode or import the recovery key file to decrypt this drive.
Option 2: Click the Mount button and enter the passcode (or import the recovery key file) to mount this drive.
After decrypting with BitLockerGoMac and entering the file management interface you can delete files, add files, rename files, and import or export files on your BitLocker drive.
After the drive is successfully mounted you can access the files stored on it just like a Mac computer's native drive.
After completing the read and write operations click the Eject button to safely eject the BitLocker drive from the Mac computer. Don't unplug it directly.
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