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  1. i spoke too soon. Battery appeared to be working but then sat for a long time at 78% so i launched the fruit juice app (what ive been using as a bandaid for battery) and im actual in the 20%s, so it eventually stops working. Looks like this on the task bar. Battery icon also does not stay through restarts, i have to reselect each boot in Energy Saver. I2C seems to be working now though, the dev suggested a change in my DSDT changing If (LEqual (SDM0, Zero)) { SHPO (GPDI, One) } to SHPO (GPDI, One) Dev didnt seem to confident it'd work, but so far its held up through a couple sleep cycles. Ill try a overnight sleep tonight and see how it goes.
  2. voodooi2c kexts are most recent, i will work on updating the rest. battery now seems to be updating. Trackpad still gets weird after sleep, hopefully with kext updates itll work better
  3. Hoping you can help with my Dell Inspiron 11 3153. Ive gotten it mostly working by myself, just having a few minor issues to get all the way done. I2C Trackpad gets really finnicky and random after the laptop sleeps, using voodooi2c.kext and voodooi2csynaptics.kext. I have voodooi2c set up correctly but i think i may not have sleep properly configured. battery status doesnt update either. Send me MacBook-Pro.zip
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    AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    So I upgraded to Mojave from a working High Sierra install on my laptop, a Dell Inspiron 11 3153 As far as audio, I have working headphones, working internal mic but the internal speakers are not outputting any sound. Newest AppleALC.kext and Lilu.kext were installed, Layout 3 injected in config.plist. I tried adding CodecCommander.kext as well but still not working. Any ideas on what I can do next? I attached problem reporting files to assist. Audio is Conexant CX20722. debug_4841.zip I did notice this, but it doesnt make sense to me or if its relevant cat /Users/brian/Desktop/16408/debug_16408/kernel_log.txt | grep "ALC" 2018-10-22 12:10:09.049261-0700 0x429 Default 0x0 0 0 kernel: (Lilu) AppleALC: alc @ invalid CodecID 0 or LayoutID 0 at entry 107, pinconfigs are broken
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    Cypress PS2 Trackpad kext

    Any idea on the sensitivity? Between the trackapd only working as a mouse and getting random freezes all the time, i finally gave up and just put windows on my machine, but would love to try again. The multitouch did work on my XPS 13 L321X, but it wouldnt ignore my palm, and just putting my finger on the pad would act as a click. Is it just a case of changing some of the values of the info.plist to decrease sensitivity?
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    Cypress PS2 Trackpad kext

    The Sierra version is extremely sensitive for me on a Dell XPS L321X. Just placing my finger on the touchpad is registering as a button press. Any ideas how to make this work better because I really would like to have multitouch gestures (at minimum two finger scrolling)
  7. This worked for mic and sound with my n4110. AppleHDA-276.26-ALC269VB_v4.zip
  8. Unsure on audio then. I assumed they were all the same. Keyboard FN keys are a known issue with Sierra, its affecting all hackintoshes.
  9. You have the two patches and the injection to config.plist? Also, you did rebuild cache, right? If it doesnt work, im not sure why. I didnt patch it, so I dont totally understand what would be different. I would think these laptops would all have the same audio
  10. Many Many thanks to Mirone for helping with AppleHDA. Here is working sound and mic for ALC269VB in Sierra for this N4110 AppleHDA-276.26-ALC269VB_v4.zip
  11. for the kexts 95% of them are the first results in google... just type the exact name, rehabman hosts a majority of them
  12. Im not sure if mine was the newest. Try getting the newest one from the link I provided.
  13. VoodooPS2Controller.kext versions prior to 1.8.24 will cause a KP Update to 1.8.24. Do you have the newest one? https://github.com/RehabMan/OS-X-Voodoo-PS2-Controller
  14. What are the specs of your N4110? I cant guarantee what worked for me will work for all as they have different chipsets. If yours is stopping at pullmode[1] txrlngsize[256], i have never seen that one so I am not sure. If you have similar specs to mine, follow my steps regarding El Capitan install/and or copy my Clover folder and make sure you have the right requirements in place as specified for El Cap.
  15. Note regarding CPU power management and SSDTs If you're getting a panic in AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement and/or SMC_ACPI_PlatformPlugin it may be related to your OEM CPU power management related SSDTs. Some systems may need to drop some of the OEM SSDTs. This happens most frequently with Sandy Bridge systems (but not all). There are two configurations for DropTables in the provided config.plist files. The default is minimal. The alternate is named #DropTables and is a bit more aggressive. Each configuration resides in config.plist/ACPI. You can use the alternate by renaming DropTables->##DropTables and renaming #DropTables->DropTables (in that order). Depending on how the OEM labels the tables, this may or may not work. If you still have issues, set config.plist/ACPI/SSDT/DropOem=true. You will need to set config.plist/ACPI/SSDT/Generate=true (or the individual CStates/PStates=true) to use DropOem=true or the alternate DropTables. Always use a plist editor (such as Xcode or PlistEdit Pro) to edit config.plist. Try deleting the DSDT and SSDT in /ACPI/Patched. You obviously will need one for your own hardware after install. The config.plist i provided should already have the above in it, but double check it. I used the more aggressive option. You shouldnt need a patched DSDT and SSDT for the installer AFAIK
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