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[Guide] macOS High Sierra on Lenovo Yoga 500 14ISK

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macOS High Sierra on Lenovo Yoga 500 14ISK 

 

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  1. Connect the USB flash drive (16gb) to the Mac, format it with name UNTITLED in Disk Utility (You need GUID Partition Map with Mac OS Extended (Journaled))
  2. Download macOS High Sierra installer application from the App Store* and be sure the complete installer is located in the /Applications/ directory
  3. Open the

    ACPIBatteryManager.kext.zip

    CodecCommander.kext.zip

    AppleALC.kext.zip

    FakeSMC.kext.zip

    IntelGraphicsDVMTFixup.kext.zip

    IntelGraphicsFixup.kext.zip

    Lilu.kext.zip

    RealtekRTL8111.kext.zip

    Shiki.kext.zip

    VoodooPS2Controller.kext.zip

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1) You'll need to remove the wifi whitelisting before you could replace the wifi card with a DW1560 or DW1830, unless you could find one that's Lenovo branded.

2) Try adding EDID to fix the reboot issue upon wake from sleep

 

Note :- HDMI Audio in control via the HDMI display / TV, not from the Mac. 

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New Update:
I`m got sleep and bluetooth wake up with MaciASL dsdt patch - use Rehabman Laptops patches for Lenovo Y700

My dsdt have not errors, have nearly 200 warnings, but works anyway.

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after wake up can be lost bluetooth or sound (need to click it in System Preferences for activation)

 You need to create a custom SSDT for proper functioning of USB.

 

Also, AptioMemoryFix is preferred instead of OsxAptioFix* (brings native NVRAM functionality)

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You created DSDT for USB? I guess not. You need a custom SSDT to use in conjunction with USBInjectAll.kext for proper functioning of USB on macOS 10.11+

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