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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    Actually, you need to hold down Command and Option, which on the Elite will be the Windows key and the Alt key. Hold them both, open system preferences, then click Displays.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    I'm not at my Elite to test, but if you open system preferences and then hold the option key when you click Display I think it comes up.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    You can manually rotate the screen, but there isn't a driver for the accelerometer on the Elite as of now.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    You have to dump your SSDTs, compare the method that contains the volume functions with the current volume key SSDT, and make whatever modifications are necessary.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    No. I won't be responsible for potentially bricking your touchpad.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    The volume keys are an easy fix, you just need to dump your SSDTs, find the volume key method and figure out what has changed. I'm afraid I can't add your device id, I am concerned that there's a small possibility of bricking your touchpad. The kext communicates with internal registers and I...
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    Ok, you have a different device ID for your touchpad, it will need to be added and tested. I have no idea if it will be compatible or not, it's an ID I haven't seen. I suspect that you have different hardware in your Elite X2 as well which may be why the battery patches don't work for you...
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    Yes, that's correct. The idea is that when you have inject set to 'detect' in your config.plist, then you will be using the kextcache during normal boots. Having the kexts in /C/K/O means that you will still be able to boot in safe mode and when there are software updates. The reason to leave...
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    Unless you've updated your bios and something happened to change, the battery SSDT should work just fine. You must have all the renames in your config.plist however.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    Post an ioreg and the output of sudo kextcache -i / That's what the AlpsT4USB kext is for, multitouch gestures.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    You'll need to post your troubleshooting files. There's no way to tell what the problem might be otherwise.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    No worries, glad you got it working.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    No idea. This thread is for the Elite X2 G1/G2 devices.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    Ok, two things, first double check that your touchscreen device is enabled in the BIOS because it should appear in your ioreg regardless of whether or not it's working and it isn't there. If it was already enabled in the BIOS, try disabling the two TPL0 dsdt patches in your config.plist...
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 / G2, Clover UEFI, VirtualSMC, Hot Patch

    https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/tool-generate-proper-problem-reporting-files.235953/ You don't necessarily have to use the script but this is the info that will help us solve your problem.
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