just arrived here with a new Digitakt which did not initially connect to my mac with the Overbridge beta. This led to a lengthy tangent in the joy of mac (love it when it works, major shit when it doesn’t).
Quick solution after the break, how I got there:
Many have already pointed out that in the initial installation you will get a prompt that some software has been blocked that you will have to enable right(!!) after installation in (System Preferences/Security & Privacy). Here’s a solution if like me you didn’t get that till it was too late.
It turns out that some of the driver seems to persist despite deinstalling and so there is no new prompt (at least in my case).
Some searching via “System Information” found in the app drawer under utilities revealed the fact I was on the right track.
A great user post revealed the way to go https://discussions.apple.com/thread/8172194
And that method worked in the end.
Here’s the brief thanks to “mnaile” from the Apple Support Community
- Uninstall the Overbridge Beta"
- Check “System Information” for the line “Disabled Software”, use your Phone to take a picture of the Number/Letter combo (KS6W2DLCW9 in my case) attached to the driver
Now take a picture of step 4 before you reboot
Reboot to recovery, holding down command-r while restarting.
From menu > Utilities open terminal and type the following replacing the team_id’s noted from step 2:
“spctl kext-consent disable”
“spctl kext-consent add KS6W2DLCW9" <-- this should be your number
“spctl kext-consent enable"
Reinstall the software, it should work now
Worked for me, I hope it does for some of you!