I have a question. I have purchased a new MacBook Pro 14" (M2 Silicon Chip). My old computer was a 2013 iMac (intel based). I used Apple's Migration Assistant to migrate the data from the older iMac (running Catalina 10.15.17) to my new MacBook.
While there were a few hiccups, most of the apps seem to be working fine. However, I am noticing that "Bootcamp Assistant" is now listed as a hidden app under the
/system/applications/utility folder. I tried removing it manually via the UI and then using a linux terminal (
sudo -Rf "bootcamp utility.app"), but it seems the file cannot be deleted.
I even went hard core and booted the new Macbook into recovery mode and used the
csrutil disable command to disable the System Integrity Protection (SIP), but upon rebooting, I still was unable to delete the file.
Any advice? I don't like having phantom files like this kicking around, even if they are hidden. How did this happen? Is this a bug with Migration Assistant? Shouldn't MA have filtered this out as part of the migration?
Update: When I say "hidden", I am referring to the Bootcamp Assistant not showing up under Applications/Utilities