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  1. The Asus Fn kext is not madatory. It just adds extra functioanilty for keyboard backlight, you should be able to use the old versions of that kext without issues if you disable the correct plist nodes.
  2. Nope ... 0x24 is hex, you have to convert to decimal (Base16 to Base10). As you can see here, http://www.openstrike.co.uk/cgi-bin/decimalhex.cgi?input=24&direction=To+Decimal , your actual node is 36. Try using node 36 and let us know. Also, the oinly reason why you have sound via headphones is because your device doesn't have an EAPD for it.
  3. Set the correct node ID in the Info.plist. Read the first post to figure out which node.
  4. Post your original _Q0B DSDT function.
  5. There is an issue with the ALS support. The keyboard backlight works, but the screen brightness does not change. It works perfectly on 1.7.
  6. It is indeed cheaper to buy from Embedded Works, they updated the links. Just for future reference, it is http://www.embeddedworks.net/wlan507.html
  7. The problem is that the chip has to be made in a form factor that PCs can be used. As far as I know, currently this card is the only AC card that is supported. As a laptop user, I need to have the card as half-mini PCIe card; Apple uses proprietary form factors.
  8. That is not even needed... The DSDT handles the backlight by itself when it wakes. Take a look at the EC0W method. All you are doing is setting the backlight to the maximum when the lid is being opened.
  9. Just for clarification. What I posted earlier was incorrect. The keyboard backlight bezel won't work (there is no support?). For backlight, just make sure that you have edited Info.plist for the kext (WMIController.kext, it's in Plugins).
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    Bluetooth Firmware Uploader

    You'll need a DSDT eto enable the wireless cabpabilties of the card on 10.8.5/10.9 ALso do you mind going into detail about how it doesn't work?
  11. It doesn't modify the FN keys so no, you're stuck to still using the RehabMan's key combo. This will work on all Asus laptops with backlight keyboards, also this fixes a lot of issues.
  12. From a bit of trial and error, I can conclude that the framebuffer kext (anything from 10.8.2 to 10.9.x) does not recognize 0602 as a valid port. So it's useless to enable VGA currently by editing the port.
  13. 68x

    Bluetooth Firmware Uploader

    First, which wireless card are you using?
  14. Working alongside RehabMan, keyboard backlight now works on 10.8.5/10.9. It seems to be a OSX bug where Arg0 for _WAK is producing erroneous values. Find _WAK, before WAK(Arg0), add this: If (LOr (LLess(Arg0, 1), LGreater(Arg0,5))) { Store(3, Arg0) } Credits goes to RehabMan. Edit: Here is the DSDT patch: # Fix originally discovered by RehabMan and 68x # Patch created by 68x into Method label _WAK code_regex WAK\s+\(Arg0\) replace_matched begin If (LOr (LLess(Arg0, 1), LGreater(Arg0,5))) \n { \n Store(3, Arg0) \n } \n WAK(Arg0)\n end;
  15. 68x

    Fix for no Audio issue after Sleep in Realtek codecs

    If it is possible, can you consider making it a separate kext? As an owner of a laptop with an Elan touchpad, I can't use PS2 controller without kext conflicts.
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