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  1. @jazzoo Sound like some issue we had before but we fixed it. Can you maybe send the ioreg or perhaps join on https://gitter.im/AlpsT4USB-TEST-Room/community ?
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  2. This thread is a replacement of @Baio77's recent thread which made insufficient credits to the author and grabbed screenshots or copied/pasted stuff from other people's without authorisation or credits. It's not the way things are done here... Great to read that development work continued based on the well-known work made by Alexandred on his VoodooI2C driver. Developer @juico forked the work of other developer @blankmac, both publishing a driver for the following Alps trackpads: T4 USB (as fitted to HP Elite X2 1012 G1 or G2 laptops) I2C T4 (as fitted to HP ZBook 15 G3) I2C U1 (as fitted to Dell Latitude 7x80 or 5x80 and some Precision) At time of writing (Oct 2021), the drivers remain at an early stage of development and experimental for some Alps devices. All details and released drivers are available at the devs respective GitHub repositories: https://github.com/blankmac/AlpsHID https://github.com/blankmac/AlpsHID/releases/tag/v1.0 https://github.com/juico/AlpsT4USB https://github.com/juico/AlpsT4USB/releases Hopefully both devs can unite and come up with a single unified driver... The drivers appear functional and capable of supporting multiple gestures as stated by @Lorys89 on his GitHub-based Latitude 7280 guide: https://github.com/Lorys89/DELL_LATITUDE_7280 Edit - 13 Oct 2021: Juico pinged me to inform me that his fork is now deprecated and all work is now undertaken under Blankmac's repo. All details and binaries available at the following URLs: https://github.com/blankmac/AlpsHID https://github.com/blankmac/AlpsHID/releases
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  3. Check that wireless is not disabled in BIOS or through the power on/power off button; it's a classic...
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  4. @juico @blankmac Just gave your new Alps kext a try on my 7490. Touchpad is working. Still no luck with the buttons. Also found something interesting. If I place my finger on the touchpad and then hit the button it works! Both buttons working for left click if I place one finger and right click when place two fingers.. I think we are close to succeed on the touchpad buttons soon.
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  5. I'm not sure you'll get Touchscreen working in Catalina or Big Sur without some add-on software. It certainly was the case for my Skylake E7270 for which Touchscreen worked OOB up to Mojave. @Maxd13, your SysInfo screenshot seems to show you've changed your SMBIOS from MBP (which would have been correct) to that of an iMac (which would be incorrect). Is that the case?
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  6. I think Maxd13 is using USBInjectall instead of USBMap or USBPort.kext I can confirm the touchscreen model uses HS08 Try this kext USBPorts_7280.kext.zip
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  7. Brightness works - both keys and slider. Thank you Lorys89.
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  8. @adam sallimou Your touchpad is not yet supported in the current release. I added support for your touchpad in a test version for you to try. Replace the AlpsHID and VoodooI2CHID kext with the ones in the AlpsHID_PTP.zip. AlpsHID_PTP.zip EDIT: Version v1.1 on github also contains additional ProductIDs to support PTP touchpad version: https://github.com/blankmac/AlpsHID If the kexts works for laptops not already in the compatibility list please join https://gitter.im/AlpsT4USB-TEST-Room/community and let me know about your success or possible shortcoming/improvements.
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  9. Your discrete graphics is still enabled. Disable that should help with sleep. For Brightness control don't forget to add SSDT-PNLFCFL.aml, I think Lorys89 posted a few messages back.
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  10. @Lorys89 Thanks. Trackpad works great - gestures and all. Attaching current IOReg. Still not working - brightness and sleep/wake up. User_IOReg.ioreg
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  11. Hello Lorys, well the "file - test" work like a charm, HDMI output is back. and the full touchpad feature is a dream ! Thanks My model got touchscreen, with your EFI I lost it.. not event sure I want it since I'm not a big fan of it but I will try to compare with my previous EFI. Thanks again Max
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  12. @Maxd13 use this efi https://github.com/Lorys89/Lorys89/raw/main/FILE - TEST/EFI latitude 7280 wifi broadcoam.zip @Maxd13 does efi work for you? keep me update. Thank you. Lorys.
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  13. 9th beta released October 6th, 2021. Build 21A5543b. As per beta7 and beta8, I had to temporarily use SMBIOS iMac17,1 to complete the upgrade and avoid the boot loop problem since I'm using older bootloader versions (Clover r5133 and OC 0.7.0). Other than that, all Ok on my Latitude E7270 (Clover) and Toshiba Satellite R50-B (OC).
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  14. Signature is now visible but it was not before. On checking things out on the Net, I now understand why I could not find any specs or info about a ThinkPad X210... That simply does not exist! The computer in question here is not a real Lenovo ThinkPad at all but something made & sold by a Chinese group of enthusiats that goes by the name of 51NB and who re-use ThinkPad shells to fit their own motherboards or provide motherboards to fit into Thinkpad shells. Coreboot firmware in place of a standard/stock BIOS... why not? https://geoff.greer.fm/2019/03/04/thinkpad-x210/ I'm not saying the machine is bad but this belongs more to the DIY classification than anything else. Bearing this in mind + the fact the BIOS current firmware fitted to the motherboard is not what we would call usual standard, I would not expect too much in terms of chances to fully or properly run macOS on this platform. Too many unknowns (but one must love the unusual 2880x1920 LCD panel) and, as you experienced yourself, the usual Hackintosh settings just don't work. But thanks for the laugh though. PS: I took the liberty of modifying your signature + thread title because we don't want to mislead anyone with this... "ThinkPad".
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  15. There is renewed development on the matter of Realtek's RTS52xx SD card reader building on Sinetek's initial work : https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/321080-sineteks-driver-for-realtek-rtsx-sdhc-card-readers/?do=findComment&comment=2713476 https://github.com/cholonam/Sinetek-rtsx I've tried out Cholonam's Sinetek-rtsx kext v1.0 on my Latitude 7490 and it's now possible to read (and only read) an SD card once inserted in the reader. It can be ejected and re-inserted at will; it's just a little slow to mount (~10s) and Read-Only. Works after wake too. Supported models appear to include: RTS5209 / RTS5227 / RTS5229 /RTS522a / RTS5249 / RTS5286 / RTS5287 / RTS5289 / RTS525a
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  16. New update as of June 2021. See our article here. The above is now deprecated. Much improved kext written by Firewolf (aka Austere.J) available here: https://github.com/0xFireWolf/RealtekCardReader/releases
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  17. OC 0.7.4 update. Fixed trackpoint and trackpad stop working after sleep. Fixed issues with CMOS (RTC) error after restart - Thanks to Baio77EFI.zip
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  18. For BT in Monterey https://github.com/acidanthera/BrcmPatchRAM Test This EFI https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BqRfskspTd8EM4gDn-3oPw_MIjxsfqCG/view?usp=sharing if it starts run ioreg and list known problems . If it does not start block photos
    1 point
  19. TEST this file in your EFI , ioreg this file EFI.zip
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  20. Welp that was quick, was able to get audio working with CodecCommander.kext, hda-verb coped to /usr/local/bin, and layout-id 22 I'd say all of my problems are now solved! Thank you guys for the tremendous help, this is probably the most fully functional hackintosh I've had to date.
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  21. OPEN CORE Bootloader 0.6.7 Specifications: CPU Intel Ice Lake i7-1065G7 (4C, 8T, 8MB cache) iGPU Intel Iris Plus Graphics Lan Realtek RTL8111 AudioRealtek ALC236 RAM 16GB DDR4 3200 Mhz Wifi + Bluetooth BCM943602BAED (DW1830) NVMe HYNIX BC511 512GB (Windows) NVMe SAMSUNG 970 Pro 500GB (macOS) SmBios MacBookPro 16,2 Bootloader OpenCore 0.6.7 What works: Full graphics acceleration on Iris Plus iGPU ALC236 audio (Internal speakers & microphone, Combojack headphones & microphone) All USB-A 3.1 Ports (Type-C 3.2 Included) SpeedStep / Sleep / Wake HID Key PWRB & SLPB I2C Touchpad with gesture Keyboard (PS2-Internal) with backlight F6 & F7 Brightness Keys F10 Print Screen Key F1 & F2 & F3 Audio Keys Wi-Fi and Bluetooth BCM943602BAED (DW1830) card Realtek RTL8168 LAN SSD NVME PCIe Gen3 x4 Slot-1 & 2 Micro SD Cardreader (USB-Internal) WebCam (USB-Internal) All Sensors CPU, IGPU, BATTERY, NVME, FAN ACPI Battery NVRAM (Native) Apple VTD Recovery (macOS) boot from OpenCore Windows 10 boot from OpenCore What doesn't work or WIP: HDMI output (Not supported at the moment) Type-C to HDMI output (Not supported at the moment) HDMI audio output (Not supported at the moment) Type-C to HDMI audio Output (Not supported at the moment) Special Config: USB port mapping performed SSDT-Hack FULL patch Applied PCI devices cosmetic patches MacOS bootable USB creation: Read the Dortania guide for creating your USB from Windows or macOS Bios settings for Bios Version 1.4.4 SATA Operation : AHCI Fastboot : Thorough Integrated NIC : Enable Secure Boot: disable Absolute: disable TPM2.0 Security: disable Intel SGX: disable SMM Security Migration: disable Wake on AC: disable Wake on Dell USB-C Dock: disable Power On Lid Open: disable Enable UEFI Network Stack: disable Sign Of Life : Early Logo Display / Early keyboard backlight cfg lock and DVMT: DO AT YOUR OWN RISK!!! It may brick your laptop. Credits: [Acidanthera] (https://github.com/acidanthera) for OpenCore and all the lovely Hackintosh work [Apple] (https://apple.com) for macOS [daliansky] (https://github.com/daliansky) [Dortiana](https://github.com/dortania) [Hackintoshlifeit] (https://github.com/Hackintoshlifeit) [rehabman] (https://github.com/RehabMan) EFI.zip DELL Vostro 5501 Ice Lake Baio77.zip
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  22. New version v2.4 released. Aims to improve sleep/wake behaviour with RTS5227 reader.
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  23. Thanks very much, Jake Lo. It's done and working now. I will describe te entire process I followed under Big Sur 11.1 just in case someone has the same problem: 1. Reboot system with Recovery partition. If you don't see Recovery in Opencore Picker, press spacebar and you will see it. 2. In Recovery screen, click Tools>Terminal and write: csrutil disable 3. Press RETURN on your keyboard and reboot system in normal mode (main OS X partition). 4. Download alc_fix.zip. Open Download folder and unzip file. 5. Open Terminal and open a BASH session typing bash 6. Press RETURN 7. type in Terminal with Return after every order cd Downloads cd alc_fix sudo ./install.sh 8. After the last Return you will see a message in Terminal, ending with "Done!" 9. Type in Terminal exit 10. Press Return and close Terminal 11. Reboot again in Recovery mode pressing spacebar if necesary. 12. In Recovery Screen, click Tools>Terminal and write: csrutil enable 13. Press RETURN and reboot system in normal mode again. 14. After writing your password you will see a message saying: "AlcplugFix is an app downloaded from INTERNET. Are you sure you wnat to open it?" 15. Choose OPEN button and that's all. I hope it will be useful. Thanks to Jake Lo. As usual, he solved the trouble. Entropic.
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  24. Big Sur - OpenCore Installation: Download MacOS Big Sur / Catalina app Format a 16GB USB drive (GUID / Extended (Journaled)) Create USB Installer with createinstallmedia command Download attached folder and rename as EFI Mount EFI partition and add EFI folder Configure BIOS setting according to guide Boot with USB installer Complete installation Post Installation: Mount EFI partition of newly installed drive and copy EFI folder over Update / Change in Config.plist under PlatformID->Generic MLB, ROM, SystemSerialNumber and SystemUUID Note: Replace Config.plist with Config-IntelWifi.plist if you have an Intel combo card Special note: E7270 OC 0.7.4 includes Alps V7 kext by Skyrilhd that enables multitouch. Sorry, some E7270 has Alps V8, then it won't work. E7270_OC_0.7.4.zip E7470_OC_0.7.4.zip E7270_OC_0.7.0.zip E7470_OC_0.7.0.zip E7270_OC_0.6.9.zip E7470_OC_0.6.9.zip E7270_OC_0.6.8.zip E7470_OC_0.6.8.zip E7270_OC_0.6.3.zip E7470_OC_0.6.3.zip
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  25. This works on my E5470 i5-6440 1600x900 and on my E5570 i7-6820HQ 1920x1080. The E5570 has an R7 M370 which is disabled by SSDT. Just about everything here is compiled from somewhere else on OSXLatitude so this is just my putting it all together to make it simpler for the next E5470 or E5570 user. get Catalina installer and create USB flash drive (UFD) installer per the main Guide. get Clover 5119 and install it on the UFD - don't worry about adding in drivers now; remove the BOOT and CLOVER folders from the EFI folder get my LatE5470 Bootpack-4.zip, unzip it, and copy the BOOT and CLOVER folders to the EFI folder (where the others were just deleted) get Clover Configurator and copy it to the UFD top level folder also copy the Clover 5119 pkg downloaded above to the UFD top level folder and likewise the unzipped Bootpack folder; eject the UFD on the target computer, use Data Wipe to clear out the storage; then reset the BIOS to "BIOS Defaults"; then change the following: General -> Advanced Boot, change Boot List Option to UEFI; General -> Advanced Boot, ensure Enable Legacy is unchecked; System Configuration -> SATA Operation to AHCI, Yes; Security -> TPM to Disabled (you can leave TPM On checkbox checked); Secure Boot -> Secure Boot Enabled, confirm is set to Disabled; POST Behavior -> Extend BIOS Post Time to 5 seconds; Apply button, check box to save as Custom User Settings, OK power on target computer with UFD inserted and hit F12 to select the UFD to boot Clover; select "Boot macOS Install from Install MacOS Catalina" (likely the only choice) and hit enter select Disk Utility to create and format an APFS drive partition named "MacOS"; quit Disk Utility select Install macOS and follow prompts - it will take about 10 minutes until it reboots on reboot, hit F12 to choose the UFD again and in Clover select “Boot MacOS Install from MacOS” and hit enter it will do some more installation for a few minutes and then reboot again on reboot, hit F12 to choose the UFD again and in Clover select “Boot MacOS Install from MacOS” again and hit enter this time it will show an Apple logo and take about 12 minutes to complete and then reboot again on reboot, hit F12 to choose the UFD again and in Clover select “Boot macOS from MacOS” follow prompts to install copy the Clover Configurator from the UFD to the target computer Utilities folder run the Clover pkg from the UFD and install it on the MacOS drive this time (again, don't worry about drivers); remove the BOOT and CLOVER folders from the EFI folder on the target computer copy the BOOT and CLOVER folders from the UFD to the target computer EFI folder if your computer has a 2nd graphics card that MacOS doesn't recognize, copy the file named “SSDT-Disable-DGPU.aml” from in the UFD folder “for computers with second GPU” to the MacOS drive in EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched where the other aml files are if your computer has a Thunderbolt port, copy the file named "SSDT-TBOLT3-KGP.aml" from in the UFD folder "for computers with Thunderbolt port" to the MacOS drive in EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched where the other aml files are eject the UFD and remove it - we're done with it (though you can save it for future repair/installs) double-click on the config.plist in the CLOVER folder to open Clover Configurator in the Boot arguments, remove the "-v", "keepsyms", and "debug"; set the timeout as desired like 1 or 2 seconds in the SMBIOS section, click the Generate New next to Serial Number save the config.plist and quit Clover Configurator In terminal type the following: cd Downloads curl -o ssdtPRGen.sh https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Piker-Alpha/ssdtPRGen.sh/Beta/ssdtPRGen.sh chmod 755 ssdtPRGen.sh sudo ./ssdtPRGen.sh n cp ~/Library/ssdtPRGen/ssdt.aml /Volumes/ESP/EFI/CLOVER/ACPI/patched/ sudo pmset hibernatemode 0 sudo rm -f /var/vm/sleepimage sudo pmset hibernatefile /dev/null in System Preferences Keyboard, swap the Command and Option keys Restart the computer and hit F2 to get into BIOS; change the POST Extend Boot time back to zero; change the POST Fastboot to Auto; Apply, Save as Customer User settings, OK; Exit to reboot computer should boot automatically into MacOS and everything should now be working!
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  26. New version v2.2 released today with bug fixes.
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  27. how do i get rid of the verbose code and bood code when i restart and shut down?
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  29. are u talking about the dell inpiron
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