Clear your Macbooks Touch Bar and Secure Enclave Data
Clear your Macbooks Touch Bar and Secure Enclave Data

Let’s have a look at the guide to Clear your Macbooks Touch Bar and Secure Enclave Data using the simple command implementing trick that will help you to implement this. So have a look at complete guide discussed below to proceed.

The MacBook by the apple is the powerful laptops that are integrated with tons of functions and security features. There is the touch bar on the MacBook devices that the user is able to use for various purposes. This could be used for fingerprint usage, security information storing etc. Much of the data is stored in the system from the touch bar that is actually placed separately in the secure enclave of the device. If you are to sell your MacBook and you think that resetting the MacBook would also remove the security data from the touch bar then you are wrong. This data has to be deleted from the device manually and if you are not able to find the way to find out how to delete this then keep on reading this post. Here on this page, we are going to describe you the exact method through which you could delete the whole touch bar data and secure enclave data from your MacBook Pro. This is quite simple to be done and you won’t even require doing anything extra for it. Interested users please remain on this page and read the main part of this article or the whole article till the end for knowing about the method. So let’s get started with the main part of this article below!

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How to Clear your Macbooks Touch Bar and Secure Enclave Data

The method is quite simple and easy and you just need to follow the simple step by step guide that we had discussed just right below.

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Steps to Clear your Macbooks Touch Bar and Secure Enclave Data:

#1 First of all, run your MacBook in recovery mode. You can enable the recovery mode on your device by pressing the R key while going the startup. There shall be a clink sound by which you would get to know that the device is now running in the recovery mode.

#2 Once you see that the MacOS installer has begun then this is required to run the terminal on your device. To do this simply go to the Utilities>Terminal in the menu bar. It is really easy to locate and run the terminal from inside your MacBook. Once you have done this step proceeds to the next step for following the process.

Clear your Macbooks Touch Bar and Secure Enclave Data
Clear your Macbooks Touch Bar and Secure Enclave Data

#3 Let us tell you that to remove the whole data from the touch bar and the secure enclave data there is only one single command that you have to execute inside the Terminal panel. Remember that the terminal is really powerful and if you run any bad command inside it then this could cause your Pc. Just follow the command accurately that we have written below:

xartutil –erase-all

Clear your Macbooks Touch Bar and Secure Enclave Data
Clear your Macbooks Touch Bar and Secure Enclave Data

#4 Insert this command inside the terminal of the MacBook and press the enter button. All this will process and then remove the whole data from the Macbook’s touch bar and the secure enclave data. Note that you should restart your device after making the use of this method. The changes that you make would not be reversible and you shall not be able to get back your deleted data from the touch bar!

#5 Also you should utilize the method only when needed because making the random changes to your stored security data from the touch bar shall make an adverse effect on your system and possibly you would not be able to make the changes to the same data more of the times. For now, this is an only single command that you should use for making the changes to the data and if there would be any other way of doing this up then we would let you know about that!

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Finally, we have provided you with the option or the method to delete the whole data from the MacBook’s touch bar and the secure enclave data. Through doing this you could now be on the safe side as you would be able to share the device or sell it to others. Hopefully, you might have got the method and you even would have been benefitted out of it. Please write to us about the post and your opinions and suggestions through using the comments box below. At last but nevertheless thanks for reading this post!



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