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    macOS Catalina Public Beta is Now Available

    Are your serial ports disabled in the BIOS settings?
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    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    Hello @ben9923 , GPIO is not possible with my Zenbook UX330UAK. Asus BIOS is buggy und CPU frequency is going up du max level with GPIO. Therefore, for my ASUS only polling is possible. VoodooI2C + VoodooI2CHID not injected > Laptop works perfect. Only VoodooI2C is installed > Laptop works...
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    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    Hello developers, With Clover the Kext still works as a dream. Thanks to your very good work. Now I have tried to use the Kext under OC. https://github.com/acidanthera/OpenCorePkg I know that's all still in development but I would like to post the result, since the I2C Kext is the only one...
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    Fan speed control on High Sierra

    Hello everyone, Is there any way to get ASUS FAN also running with VirtualSMC? Installed on my Asus Zenbook UX330UAK > FakeSMC.kext + FakeSMC_ACPISensors.kext + ACPIPoller.kext + SSDT-FAN.aml > Fan is visible Installed on my Asus Zenbook UX330UAK > VirtualSMC.kext + SMCProcessor.kext +...
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    New VoodooPS2Controller, Keyboard, Trackpad

    Hello @RehabMan , Thanks you for your feedback and your very good work for Hackintosh. SSDT Post 2077 and my Asus_Zenbook.keylayout work great with the German keyboard. I only wanted to know if there is a second option with your kext.
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    New VoodooPS2Controller, Keyboard, Trackpad

    Is there a way to swap ALT + L to ALT + Q by using VoodooPS2Keyboard.kext? My German keyboard has the @ on ALT + Q. Currently @ works on ALT + L. I was able to swap the buttons ^< with this ssdt. DefinitionBlock ("", "SSDT", 2, "hack", "ps2", 0) { Name(_SB.PCI0.LPCB.PS2K.RMCF...
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    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    @Kastenbrust. Maybe this will help. https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-new-voodooi2c-asus-vivobook-s15-x510uar-10-13-4.245445/
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    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    No, GPIO Pinning description is not correct for ASUS Laptops. If you only see EDTP you have the wrong PIN. You may also have to enter GPIO Pinning directly in your dsdt.aml.
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    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    Fist you write ELAN 1200. Now you have Elan 1300. Try different pinnings. Was for me the same. One worked then.
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    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    Please try it again with this dsdt.aml.
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    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    @Kastenbrust You use VoodooI2CELAN.kext insted of VoodooI2CHID.kext. Delete that VoodooI2CELAN.kext. If it works can you share picture from Intel Power Gadget? I have a problem with the new driver with high CPU frequency.
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    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    Hello @Kastenbrust. Use attached SSDT-VoodooI2C.aml and this to DSDT patches.
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    VoodooI2C Help and Support

    Wrong answer. Sorry.
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    Asus Zenbook UX330UA

    My EFI-Folder you can find here. :D https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/asus-zenbook-ux330ua.214458/page-10#post-1701993
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    Asus Zenbook UX330UA

    @mpmclaugh, Test different GPIO Pinning numbers. My number was at the end 0x51. https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/voodooi2c-help-and-support.243378/page-17#post-1691885
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