- Nov 11, 2018
- Asus ProArt Z690-Creator
- RX 6800 XT
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
Awesome! This is coming along nicely. Some additional feedback:HackinDROM v1.1.1 RC2
View attachment 509922
- Fixed bugs you reported
- Welcome window to choose your configuration
- Notifications system is now working
- NEW: Create Report EFI archive!: When Casey or someone else asks you your EFI folder just click to archive logo:
This will create a .zip file of your EFI without your config.plist Serials!
This one is maybe the release version!
@zgonda Resources and Tools are too fresh to include in this version, will be present in v1.1.2
@joostiphone same for User's selected folder you asked
@NorthAmTransAm Password storing, my current "developer" skills aren't enough good to implement it for the moment
@CaseySJ thanks for all test you made with private versions!!
Just found 2 bugs and fixed them in this new upload.
- When we select our motherboard and GPU, the button below that currently says Validate, but this has the wrong meaning. We should change the button name to Confirm or something synonymous.
- When we select our GPU, our choices are AMD Series and Intel iGPU. However, "AMD Series" can be confusing because I first thought this meant AMD Ryzen CPU. So it would be better to change this to AMD GPU.
- When we mount an EFI partition with HackinDROM app, then unmount that partition from Finder, then click on HackinDROM app in menu bar, it still reports the EFI partition as "mounted". In the screenshots below we can see 3 EFI disks in Finder, but in HackinDROM we see 4 EFI mounts.
- After unmounting all EFI partitions with Finder, we see that only 2 of 4 have been unmounted in HackinDROM app:
- After quitting and restarting HackinDROM app, it shows the correct status (all unmounted):
- When I mount all 4 EFI partitions with HackinDROM app, only the first 2 are shown as mounted, even though all 4 EFI partitions are on the Desktop.
- Disk 1 (Sabrent) is the macOS Catalina disk
- Disk 2 (SPCC M.2 PCIe SSD) is Big Sur
- Disk 3 (SPCC SATA SSD) is Windows 10
- Disk 4 (SPCC SATA SSD) is Ubuntu Linux
Again, this app is coming along nicely so the issues above are not meant to discourage you! Just some beta test feedback.