- Aug 2, 2015
- Asus TP500LAB (9 series)
- HD 5500
- Mobile Phone
What do you mean? You should be generating a serial with CLover and testing at at selfsolve.apple.com.
on-valid serial #, what do you mean?
selfsolve.apple.com replies with:
on valid /legit= The machine data, plus warranty information.
non valid= "this serial number is not valid"
but, not the Hackintosh valid..
No misunderstanding ... Im getting nothing but invailds after say 150+ tries. Serial not valid, or actually legit/ valid, and a couple of login in to validate purchase date.
But never out of 150+ i'm being conservative when i say this tries. Never got the Hackintosh valid "We're sorry, the number you have provided cannot be found in our records. Please verify the number and try again"
I'm asking how many tries did it take for you to get yours?? I feel like I'm looking for a Unicorn that doesn't exist anymore?
I have the same problem when looking for a valid, but unused serial number for the Retina MacBookPro 11,1. I have text file with 33 real Mac serial numbers. I either get the not valid error message or a real Mac. I've tried it like 300 times now. I think this method does not seem to work anymore.
Are we doing something wrong?
I had a working serial number times ago, that was valid but not registered. I tried to get it working using it, but the serial was blacklisted and I'm using the EmuVariables efi file in clover folder to get my NVRAM working. I'm using UUIDGEN to get my SMUUID and simpleMLB.sh to generate the MLB. The only that is stopping me right now is, that I can't find any valid but unregistered serial.