Just out of curiosity, what is the benefit of using clover?
(It's supposed to offer better UEFI integration--i.e., makes your hardware seem "more compatible" to OS X. At this point, with all the headaches, I'm not sure it's worth it, haha. Then again, I should be more proactive in asking the dev. questions--they seem fairly responsive.
Also, those of you with the i7 processors, are you able to generate all the speedstep and turbo states for your processor? It seems that every laptop with the i5 3317u model processor cannot get more than 2 cpu states, has anyone else noticed this issue?
: I see the same issues (HW Monitor tells me it's running at 1.7 GHz or thereabouts, and sometimes goes down to 7xx MHz--however, with Clover (for that brief boot when I was able to get it to work--before i tried changing my data partition) I think it was running properly.
I also found this thread for fn keys, it gets some of them working for me so I would like some feedback for others so try it out and let me know.
: Investigating other solutions as well because my keyboard is the Japanese keyboard, and it has a lot of other "spare" keys I'm not using to input Japanese (the layout is different when it comes to anything other than the QWERTY and numbers. Thank goodness for touch-typing) and I'd like to see if I can get those to do something else. Right now it's just in ANSI/US mode. Have you seen this:http://emptysodacan....brightness.html
I think it may be better/more time efficient to just do it programmatically. I note that even ASUS has us installing software for many of these keys to "work" under Windows.
Thomas2111--what are you using that keymapper to do?
I am also researching a more permanent solution for wifi since I am having a hard time finding a card that fits the micro UFL connectors that come with this laptop. ... The app store didnt work with the asix adapter ... .
: Goodness yes. Please let me know if anything else works. Do you have any close-up pictures of your configuration? I do note that other laptops with WiFi have had issues too. As for the app store, I will (continue to) work on this later. See this thread though:http://www.insanelym...s/#entry1865580
bluetooth? work on ux31 or ux32?
If yes,which kext are you used?
I didn't know we had two BT modules, but looking at the System Information report, I see it (this is with the ASIX adapter attached to the left port and an external Seagate 3.0 USB drive attached to the right, next to the power input--the USB portion of System Information report is also attached):
UX21A USB with network adapter and USB 3.0 external HD attached.txt 3.78KB
Ironically, I note that even though I have the Super-Speed kext, the drive still comes up as a 2.0 drive. Maybe it's because we removed
ux32vd as you ! (works on UX31a/Ux21a too) here is the kext. place it in SLE with kext wizard
Do you remember that Zenlion deleted this kext and you too after? that work with. Why you deleted that? Idk
note about bluetooth in zenbooks:
there is two bluetooth adapters integrated:
2.1 bluetooth USB that work with the kext
 addded screenshot of 2.1 bluetooth module on usb concentrator
4.0 bluetooth in the intel wireless Wifi / bluetooth Combo 6235 pci card, actually not working.
I bought a 3.0 bluetooth & wifi N combo card for 13$, 10 € in france:
Atheros AR5B195 AR3011 WiFi WLAN Bluetooth Combo Half Mini PCI-E Card
I'll tell soon if it works.
I'm betting you'll make it work.
With the kext in, it should work.
I note people may have taken it out because I have been stuck at boot-up where the sysetm displays an error message waiting for some BT module to respond. However, I believe that the being stuck is due to something else, although I could be wrong because it seems like the OS would want the BT to come up before login for purposes of using keyboards and such. THEN AGAIN, you would think those programmers at Apple would not have boot-up stop just because some "insignificant" wireless module is not responding -- maybe the user's BT keyboard/mouse is out of batteries.
I did it too, that worked for me , i have to test the hdmi (maybe i'ts plugged on the nvidia card, and will not work).
FYI: HDMI works AWESOME, so hopefully it will work on yours.