- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
This can be done by switch to beta branch. Right? If so I'm doing the exact thing.You didn't install the latest 'beta' ACPI files with beta copy of github project, beta copy of install_acpi.sh.
"Problem Reporting" files are incomplete.RehabMan... Still not working.... (((
Not reproducible here. My full charge capacity is 4013 and remains the same after AC unplug.Now, it shutted down around 10 %, didn't turn on blinking light, plugged AC in, booted to macOS showed 0 % unplugged the AC jumps to 20 %.
1. Fully charge the ProBook
2. Go to System Information and take a look at the Full Charge capacity. Note the value
3. Unplug the AC, refresh via Command + R, take a look again at Full Charge capacity and it changes. (First thing)
That would all be expected.4. Let it die until it turns off (note the battery % at which it turns off)
5. Now, you can't turn it on because of the dead battery.
6. Plug the AC in, turn on the ProBook, and now the battery shows 0 %
Did you install to APFS or HFS+J?7. Unplug the AC and now the battery % should be more, like 15-20 % and also, the Full Charge capacity should be different in System information.
Yes, indeed it is working now. Thank you very much RehabMan. I was using 4x40s.config before. Thank you very much for your help."Problem Reporting" files are incomplete.
Read FAQ, "Problem Reporting" again. Carefully. Attach all requested files/output.
Use the gen_debug.sh tool mentioned in the FAQ, that way it is less likely you'll omit something.
But for sure I see a problem... you forgot to update config.plist. Read post #1, "Final config.plist"