Discussion in 'General Help' started by jaymonkey, Sep 30, 2013.
the Imessage and Face Time running on the High Sierra 10.13?
Yes - all still ok.
I don't see why not as long as you own and register both machines to your Apple account.
Yes I own both machines(hackintosh and MacBook pro). I will test this and report back later(don't know when but will definitely test this).
I have another question, can I get the ROM value from a dead motherboard?
In the words of Obama - 'Yes you can' - the values are usually on a sticker near the Ram slots.
ust out of curiosity .. in hackintosh OZMOSIS ..the imessage and face time works ..? the tony mac forum has tutorial on hackintosh ozmosis.? thank you
afaik yes, use a random UUID
That method is not supported on TM.
I've used this guide as well as An idiots guide to imessage. I have reset s/n and smuuid. Then I boot with -f and I try to sign in to iMessage and I get the message that says "Could not sign in to iMessage an error occurred during activation. Try again." I changed my Apple ID password and then it lets me sign in momentarily but I am shut out within 10 seconds and the same error message as mentioned before comes up. I've also done imessagedebug.txt. Please help? No idea what else to try. I know I'm close but I seem to be missing something.
Thanks for any help.
But in the iMessage guide linked to the top of the forum, it says the following:
"If you see the message "We're sorry, but this serial number is not valid. Please check your information and try again" and the Serial Number has passed verification at everymac.com then it is OK to use this Serial Number for your config.plist."
This statement on the iMessage guide on the top of the forum is in direct conflict with your statement. So which statement is true? What is the proper response we need to get from the apple coverage lookup page when entering a serial number? @jaymonkey @RehabMan @P1LGRIM
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