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  1. Apologizes for the late reply. I take it you got everything sorted out then, yes? Hopefully, so. My injector, IDT92HD91BXXInject only supports the two top speakers. Research was done in the past to improve this and include the remaining two speakers and subwoofer but I chose to not pursue it. Of course, you are always welcome to try to improve things. Just do us all the favor of sharing the results so everyone can benefit. Thanks.
  2. Hopefully this isn't seen as spam. I felt it was necessary to keep the first post tidy and neat. I would have liked to have shared these sooner but I've had to deal with a hard drive failure over the last few days. As you can probably imagine, that kept me pretty busy. Now, I don't exactly expect these files to be seen a IMPORTANT updates or anything because that's not what they are. They are simply the end result of me going through old archives and trying to tidy up my previous and unfinished work. As will soon be mentioned on the first post, If you are looking to test the latest and greatest or cutting edge, go with RehabMan's hotpatch repo. If you have things working for you now then GREAT! There is likely nothing in these files that will be of much use to you. These files absolutely are NOT cutting edge, latest and greatest kind of stuff. Almost all of them share files with very similar if not identical version numbers and revisions. These are what I had around and what worked for me during MY personal testing. It is very doubtful that the included kexts are even up-to-date today. They were up-to-date enough, for me. These files were created using very basic testing to ensure very basic functionality. I cannot possibly foresee or test for every possible setup scenario, so I don't even try to. Keep this in mind should you decide to test them out. All that said, hopefully, someone finds a use for them. I am unaware of any bluetooth audio problems. You have provided very little detail regarding your issues. Please keep in mind that I do not use bluetooth headphones nor do I own a pair to test with. See above explanation for why I may be unable to assist you. I use the same bluetooth module as yourself but I have experienced no problems to speak of yet using 10.14. My testing is minimal and the only bluetooth device I have tested is an Apple mouse and it works exactly as expected. It is my understanding that AppleHDA underwent several changes in 10.14. This may or may not have something to do with your problem. Have you tested using 10.13 to see if it persists? I would start there if I were you. Good luck.
  3. 10.10.5 (Yosemite) ENVY: 10.10.5_ENVY17_10192018.zip
  4. 10.11.6 (El Capitan) ENVY: 10.11.6_ENVY17_10192018.zip
  5. 10.12.6 (Sierra) ENVY: 10.12.6_ENVY17_10192018.zip
  6. 10.13.6 (High Sierra) ENVY: 10.13.6_ENVY17_10192018.zip
  7. WARNING: thread history lesson incoming! Still with me? Let's get to the point of that very long history lesson and this entire post. I have been in the process of updating everything from my personal archive of 10.10.x and higher. I think that I finally got it to a point where I can safely assume that it's more or less finished. Why is that important? Well... 10.14.0 (Mojave) ENVY: 10.14.0_ENVY17_10142018.zip I'M BACK BABY!!! (sorry, I had to.) first post will be updated & more to come soon...
  8. I've been looking into this and have hinted about some similar problems that I've come across to RehabMan myself. I'm hoping to have it all sorted out within a day or so but I have a lot of testing to make sure first. Considering the multiple repos he merged, it's not surprising that there are some problems. Some might be intentional updates for other machines too. Nobody knows his plans for the updated repo but him.
  9. I quickly wanted to let the thread know that I am currently trying to work on getting new 10.14 files up soon. I do have it installed but haven't had a lot of time to mess around with it yet. Apple's questionable decision to forcefully require apfs by default caught me off guard and caused my usual update process to stop dead in its tracks for a day or so. Surprisingly, I was able to sort it out rather quickly given how little I originally knew about the new filesystem. apfs does me no good currently as I do not own an ssd and all of my test drives are older than sin anyway, lol. RehabMan's work will no doubt be invaluable moving forward with 10.14 as it has been in the past but I am still planning to continue (start again?) making the packages for the thread. I guess the best I can do is just to say keep posted and please be patient. It has been a long time for me.
  10. Erp, well at least you got an answer concerning your wifi issues. >_< I appreciate it but you're thanking the wrong person for the files. All credit should go to Andrw0308 for his work compiling together packages starting with Yosemite 10.10.x and up. I only started the thread and provided packages for Mountain Lion 10.8.x & Mavericks 10.9.x. Thanks for letting the thread know of your mic issues with Siri. Unfortunately, due to the mention of hardware problems, Andrw may or may not be able to look into fixing it. I don't use Siri and am not running a capable OS supporting it so it's doubtful that I would fix it. Either way, it's good for viewers of the thread to know of current problems and their solutions if available. Lastly, I looks like you're relatively new here so I thought i'd give you a heads up. You may want to remove your link sometime soon since last I knew of links to THAT site were against the rules of the forum. I quickly checked and did come across this so maybe someone can confirm or deny if this (very old) rule is still in effect. Welcome to the forum and good luck again getting your screen issues worked out.
  11. I don't have your card so i'm not sure how helpful I can be but It sounds like you might be missing a Clover patch to enable your wifi device. I unfortunately don't have or know of a patch off the top of my head but try looking around the forum or web. It's also possible that your wifi device ids aren't supported with the included enabler. If that's the case you could try adding them in to see if it helps. Otherwise, you might need a different enabler. Generally speaking, if you have a proper enabler and the device is supported, it should work. In my experience the screen glitching also needs a Clover patch to fix what FakePCIID doesn't take care of for you. It usually gets resolved for me after a successful cache rebuild and reboot. Make sure to update your FakePCIID files to see if it makes a difference since I believe Rehab tries to incorporate newer fixes into each build to prevent the need for extra Clover patches. I'm not very knowledgeable concerning issues of newer OS X flavors but i'm working on fixing that. I have been working on updating files though. No promises at the moment since it might still be a ways off still but check back soon and I may have newer, tested files on the first post soonish. Either way, I wish you luck solving your issues. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
  12. Sure enough, I got the brightness working shortly after my reply. I thought I removed the post so I wouldn't be wasting your time but I guess I must have forgot. Sorry about that but thanks for getting back to me and confirming the method for others who might encounter similar situations.
  13. If you could humor me for a moment Andrw, what did you do to get the brightness slider working on your model for 10.13? I've also been unable to figure out how to re-enable click and drag with the trackpad but everything else is working using your files. Thanks
  14. I'm sorry to hear that. I wish you luck finding a proper replacement. If it is indeed your last update, i'm sure that I speak for many others in saying that it would be a sad day if we lost your talents and dedication around here. I greatly appreciate all of your many contributions in keeping this thread alive for so long. You had no obligation in doing so and I have no doubt in my mind that it would have very likely died out long ago otherwise. No matter what happens, it's been a pleasure and I wish you all the best in whatever you seek following all this.
  15. First post updated with links to your newer files. I hope you still don't mind me doing this. Thanks for all your work. Apologizes that it took so long.
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