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Anonymous03

Member Since 09 Jun 2008
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In Topic: GenericUSBXHCI USB 3.0 driver for OS X with source

02 June 2013 - 09:29 AM

He's got a Renesas uPD720200a, so that's not going to do anything. This chip is rejected by AppleUSBXHCI.

Your screendumps show that you get extra current with AppleUSBXHCI, because the iPad is in fact connected to the EHCI chip on your system. I mentioned in post #134 that you can get the same result by using GenericUSBXHCI with kernel flag '-gux_defer_usb2'. With Intel Series 7, USB2 ports 1-4 can be routed to either XHCI or EHCI.


So as far as I understand all usb ports on my motherboard (2 USB2.0 Intel, 2 USB3.0 Intel, 2 USB3.0 ASMedia - 6 total) routs it's USB2.0 devices to Intel EHCI chip (even in ASMedia port) that (with IOProbeScore -1) controlled by AppleUSBEHCI, correct?
And even if System Information -> USB -> Host Controller Driver says GenericUSBXHCI in fact iPad at ASMedia port really routed to Intel EHCI chip and controlled via AppleUSBEHCI driver, so extra current works in any port.

With IOProbeScore 1 all ports routs to XHCI(intel chip for intel ports, asmedia chip for asmedia ports)/EHCI chip and controlled only via GenericUSBXHCI with no extra current

Am I correct? Please correct me if I'm wrong.

In Topic: GenericUSBXHCI USB 3.0 driver for OS X with source

02 June 2013 - 03:59 AM

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As I can see on your screenshot, extra-current on USB2.0 is not working for you too. Try

changing

IOProbeScore from 1 to -1 in

GenericUSBXHCI.kext/Contents/Info.plist and fix permission, rebuild cache. You will have proper ipad charging and faster iphone charging.

In Topic: GenericUSBXHCI USB 3.0 driver for OS X with source

26 May 2013 - 08:23 AM

so is it possible to enable extra current?
With Intel kext and on my macbook it also shows as high speed device, but adds extra operating current

EDIT: Attached screens with native intel kext.


Oh wow! I made IOProbe = -1 on GenericUSBXHCI kext and now extra-current works on both Intel AND ASMedia ports. So now it's like:
Generic (-1) -> ASMedia (Generic) works + Intel (Apple native) works + extra-current works
Generic (1) -> ASMedia (Generic) works + Intel (Generic) works + NO extra-current
Native -> ASMedia (Generic) NOT works + Intel (Apple native) works + extra-current works

All devices USB2.0 and mounted on Hi-speed bus. Don't have usb 3.0 devices to test.

In Topic: GenericUSBXHCI USB 3.0 driver for OS X with source

22 May 2013 - 11:18 PM

The screen shot shows the iPhone is connected as a high-speed device, for which 500mA is max. The extra-current errors are for super-speed devices only.

so is it possible to enable extra current?
With Intel kext and on my macbook it also shows as high speed device, but adds extra operating current

EDIT: Attached screens with native intel kext.

In Topic: GenericUSBXHCI USB 3.0 driver for OS X with source

22 May 2013 - 01:35 AM

Will people having problems with the extra-current errors please try this version and let me know if it makes any difference? Thanks.


Seems it's not work, extra operating current @500mA for iPhone is not appeared in System Information -> USB
Can't test for iPad now.

attached screenshot of System Information and xhcdump
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