- Oct 18, 2015
- ASUS ZenBook UX305UA
- i5 6200U 2.4 GHz/Intel Skylake-U
- Intel HD520 1920x1080
- Mobile Phone
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Do you have an idea how can i try to fix it?
I want the VoodooHDA method, i should delete AppleALC and DummyHDA(which was attached by the user how optimized it for the ASUS UX303-305 - fix for buggy volume slider?) ThanksYour audio setup is really messed up... you have VoodooHDA.kext, AppleALC.kext and DummyHDA.kext.
These three solutions are mutually exclusive.
Pick one audio method, remove others.
Note that this thread is specific to VoodooHDA, so your posts here are off-topic (current ioreg shows VoodooHDA is not winning the battle against the other methods you installed).
I want the VoodooHDA method, i should delete AppleALC and DummyHDA(which was attached by the user how optimized it for the ASUS UX303-305?) Thanks
I want the method that McShmoopy suggested in post #6. What should i delete/add based on my current audio setup to accomplish that?DummyHDA.kext is if you were to use appropriate Clover KextsToPatch entries + DummyHDA.kext + required ACPI patches (to inject layout-id=3). It is a method of patching AppleHDA.kext without installing an actual patched AppleHDA. It is separate from VoodooHDA.kext. And AppleALC.kext is yet another method of patching AppleHDA.kext.
I want the method that McShmoopy suggested in post #6. What should i delete/add based on my current audio setup to accomplish that?
Which one should i try first?As per post #6, read here:
But since it relies on editing Info.plist matching for VoodooHDA to allow AppleHDA to match against HDAU, and VoodooHDA against HDEF, it does not apply to your hardware. Your hardware has only HDEF, no separate HDAU (separate HDAU/HDEF only used on Haswell and Broadwell). Which means you cannot use a separate kext for onboard audio vs. HDMI/DP audio.
You need to pick one audio method... and you cannot mix AppleHDA with VoodooHDA.