- Jan 13, 2018
- Asus F510UAR
- i5 8250U
- UHD 620
- Mobile Phone
Hi @Sniki, thanks for your detailed guide.
I followed to all steps carefully but encountered a couple of issues.
Sorry for the bad English in advance, because its not my native language.
Let me explain step-by-step. (I newly in mackintosh theme, and want to know all that needed to accomplish patching this laptop)
Mine laptop has:
Intel core i5 4210m (2.6 GHz up to 3.2GHz)
Intel HD Graphics 4600
NO discrete graphics
Since built in Wi-fi is unsupported, I use TP-Link TL-WN725N which working perfect with High Sierra
What works after your guide:
boot is ok, but after attempt of update
-keyboard (I will replace it with a keyboard that has backlight)
-touchpad (standart, not replaced)
-all USB ports
-sleep/wake semi-working (sometimes does not going to sleep. I hear fan and HDD are working)
-led blink semi-working (even after woke up it blinks)
View attachment 307503
What not work and I want to fix this thing up
-accomplish work with sleep feature
-buttery does does not showing % (even after dsdt patching and attempt to use dsdt file from attachment in this thread)
-RGB/D-Sub cable non working (however I will not use, and fix it when mini display port will be checked)
everything was done according to guide, however I wasn't succeeded in patching ACPI and dsdt.
So according to guide i'v created an installation flash drive using Unibeast and image from the AppStore.
Its was a blank install without patched files or injected kexts.
Right after the first boot all 4 usb works and ethernet works too.
I'v installed kexts from this thread and from Rehabman's repository, and applied Rehabman's fork of clover.
So after using sdst files from this thread i wasn't succeeded to fix battery status.
Sound as well...
Just used original driver from official web site. Current version is for Sierra, but in my case it works perfectly with High Sierra.Please can you tell me how make work the tl wn725n?
Thanks man, yesterday buy this dongle and first install the driver, and after put the dongle the usb. All works perfect, maybe a bit slow than a common wifi.
@Jos1984 here are the files for you to test:
add these SSDTs into EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched (remove everything else before copying them).
remove the old config.plist and use this one that i attached.
About kexts and procedures read the post #1 (my guide) carefully and you have everything explained.
The only difference is you use this config.plist that i attached and the SSDTs that i attached, everything else is same as on guide.
Then i need you to capture Active USB Ports on IOregistryExplorer,
After you installed the files and rebooted:
Open IOregistryexplorer and:
- Grab a USB2.0 Device (Mouse/USB2.0 Flash Drive or whatever u want) and plug it on each usb port:
(plug it on first port, hold it 3 sec, then unplug and plug it on other usb port, until you done this on all ports on the laptop.)
after you are done with that grab a USB3.0 device (USB3.0 Flash Drive/External Drive or whatever 3.0 device).
do the same procedure like with usb2 device but with the 3.0 device this time.
After you are done with the procedures, Save a copy of ioreg and attach it so i can build USB Ports Injector.
Test what is working and what isn't working.
Report back with results.
Thank you, looking at the files it looks like everything is fine.Hi there,
I have follow your instructions, and here you have the IORegistry file.
And sorry for the delay...