I have an Apple BCM94331CD installed via PCIe that is having issues with AirDrop and Bluetooth in Windows 7. WiFi works natively in both OSes and Bluetooth works fine in OS X Mavericks, however, Airdrop will not work in OS X (tested with iPhone 5S on iOS 7.1.2) and Bluetooth will not work...
I just tried to drop a file from my iPhone 6 to my hack using Airdrop but neither device sees the other despite being on the same Wireless network. My Hack is as per my profile.
I have never tried using this before so don't know if it has ever worked.
Should this work with no modification...
I spent a lot of time looking for a solution to my airdrop not working on my Hackintosh and found several articles that referenced buying a particular PCI-Express card that housed the Broadcom bcm94360cd chip. The one most commonly referenced was from Mallaid/Toabaco. I searched for this card...
I just recently upgraded to Yosemite, partly because I wanted to be able to transfer files wirelessly between the computer and the mobile devices. But AirDrop doesn't seem to work for me at all. It doesn't respond at all.
Does this work for anyone?
Build a hackintosh on Intel NUC D54250WYKH via the guide: http://www.tonymacx86.com/golden-builds/136159-minihack-s-build-haswell-i5-4250u-nuc-boxd54250wykh1-8gb-ram.html
It has Intel 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet port. Using Clover
1) After the NUC goes into sleep and I wake it by...
I've manually turned on airdrop after mavericks installation on my pc and was able to discover other mac devices i.e. macbook pro. However from those devices my pc can't be detected. Anyone having the same issue? :crazy:
I've tried to find something over the web but nothing has helped me..
I have an Usb WiFi which is an EDUP EP-N1528 on a 10.8.5 Osx.
It is a 802.11n USB Wireless adapter, it adopt the Realtek8192SU.
I can't see Airdrop in finder lane even after the terminal command
I just did it and it works flawlessly. :)
I wanted to share it with you.
You just have to enter in terminal (without quotes) : "defaults write com.apple.NetworkBrowser BrowseAllInterfaces 1"
a few days ago, I got the TP-Link TL-WN881ND. I injected the Device ID 168c,30a4 into AirPortAtheros40.kext inside IO80211Family.kext and it appears as AirPort Extreme.
For those of you, who don't know how to inject a Device ID, here is the kext for ML. Simply install it with...
Here's my very small, but hopefully helpful contribution to the Hackintosh community at large (ie. You!).
AirDrop Enabler is a small App to enable/disable AirDrop functionality on your Macintosh or Hackintosh (running OS X 10.7 and higher) with an ALREADY working WiFi card that you...