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I came across an MLB generator script over at insanely mac i used that t generate a 13 character MLB and used mac address from my apple wifi card for the ROM inserted the values into clover, disconnected from internet rebooted confirmed the new values with IMessageDebug opened iMessage tried to login and recieved a new customer code different from the one generated from my first iMessage fix where i was using my serial plus the 4 or 5 extra characters to form 17 character MLB i was nervous about calling but decided to call anyway told them i had recently updated Yosemite on my mac and received a customer code with IMessage gave the customer code and I now have a working iMessage.


Link to generator Post# (273): http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/303073-pattern-of-mlb-main-logic-board/page-14
 
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Okay. So I looked at the EEE code and for the iMac 14,2 (Late 2013) it seems that this code is "FM59" according to macpartsonline and ifixmaccomputers.

Challenge arises that if I replace this EEE code in my Clover Configurator generated serial number - my machine is no longer detected as an iMac 14,2 (Late 2013).

Any ideas? From reading this site and the other one I was under the impression that only the ROM and MLB needed to be from a genuine mac that one owned?


Not true. At this point in time, the system definition is not tied to the SN. You could theoretically have a macmini SN and a iMac14,2 system definition.
 
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no I'm not made me understand
cloned the values of a real mac not working or with problems


I would like to know if an old mini mac osx server could serve as a kind of gateways to between Hack and Apple servers


As far as I know, the answer is still no.

Hack 1 and Hack 2 can exchange messages but thats it. You'll never be able to send me a iMessage from either of your hacks.
 
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Hey everybody!

I bought a few month back an old mac pro 1,1 that I use as a server at my place. Would it be a good idea to use its ID or because my hackintosh is recognize as a 3,1 it may result in blacklisting?

Thanks a lot for the help
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Question: I have a 2005 iMac (white border around screen), and a 2011 iMac, then obviously my Hackintosh. I am trying to understand the MLB values, is it possible to use the 2005's or is that too old of a model to have the same type of number?
 
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Question: I have a 2005 iMac (white border around screen), and a 2011 iMac, then obviously my Hackintosh. I am trying to understand the MLB values, is it possible to use the 2005's or is that too old of a model to have the same type of number?


You don't need to use either. You should read the threads though.
 

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I came across an MLB generator script over at insanely mac i used that t generate a 13 character MLB and used mac address from my apple wifi card for the ROM inserted the values into clover, disconnected from internet rebooted confirmed the new values with IMessageDebug opened iMessage tried to login and recieved a new customer code different from the one generated from my first iMessage fix where i was using my serial plus the 4 or 5 extra characters to form 17 character MLB i was nervous about calling but decided to call anyway told them i had recently updated Yosemite on my mac and received a customer code with IMessage gave the customer code and I now have a working iMessage.


Link to generator Post# (273): http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/303073-pattern-of-mlb-main-logic-board/page-14


Used the same generator (13 MLB Ver) and put MAC address as ROM and help with Guide posted here to get system ID then all was successful got customer code called Apple no Q's asked (just my email for verification purpose not even asked about S/N)just gave her the code and she said try to login now and Boom iMessage and facetime working Now :D:D

P.S it was Apple Care Uk
 
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I came across an MLB generator script over at insanely mac i used that t generate a 13 character MLB and used mac address from my apple wifi card for the ROM inserted the values into clover, disconnected from internet rebooted confirmed the new values with IMessageDebug opened iMessage tried to login and recieved a new customer code different from the one generated from my first iMessage fix where i was using my serial plus the 4 or 5 extra characters to form 17 character MLB i was nervous about calling but decided to call anyway told them i had recently updated Yosemite on my mac and received a customer code with IMessage gave the customer code and I now have a working iMessage.


Link to generator Post# (273): http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/303073-pattern-of-mlb-main-logic-board/page-14

Is your iMessage still working? Did you make a 13 o 17 MLB? Thanks.
 
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