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[Guide] Lenovo ThinkPad T440 [OpenCore 0.6.7] [WIP]

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Lenovo ThinkPad T440 using OpenCore (0.6.7)

The Readme, Instructions and the EFI is provided here: https://github.com/Sniki/Lenovo-Thinkpad-T440


Problem Reporting and Troubleshooting
Please provide proper Problem Reporting (archive) which includes the EFI and a copy of IOREG.
IOREG should be saved with the correct working version of IOregistryExplorer that can be found here:
 
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Guide has received a small update:
- Updated ALCPlugFix with correct ALC3232.plist configuration file
- Updated Config.plist: added alc-verbs DeviceProperty to support CustomVerbs from 3rd party apps (ALCPlugFix)
- Updated AppleALC.kext: added missing verbs from ConfigData and WakeConfigData

Now audio should work fine (without dock support yet).
I will update codecs on AppleALC by sending a pull request so we can have our one with Full Dock Support.
 
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Thank you and all others to make it so easy to transform a dull windows laptop in a wonderfull hackbook. I had some issues but the easy fix was to take out ssd from lenovo and install big sur to lenovo ssd which i temporarily connect to my working hack. Added efi folder content to it and adjusted config with serials etc. This is a fast and easy method.

I see a message that "service recommended" about the battery. But there are no 2 batteries detected or mentioned. Which one to replace? I ordered a new 45Wh replacement battery for the removable 23Wh battery. The internal needs to be replaced too I think.
 
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