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    XiaoMi Notebook Air 13" FilesPack

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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    Implement Lilu.kext un conjunction with some plugins as: HibernationFixup.kext IntelgraphicsFixup.kext IntelGraphicsDVMTFixup.kext NvidiaGraphicsFixup.kext This will fix the sleep issue for good. And remove the necessity for all your nvidia related dsdt patches. It will also remove the fakeid step and all other {censored} during installation. Some other kexts to include would be: Shiki.kext ACPIBatteryManager.kext AppleBacklightInjector.kext ApplePs2SmartTouchpad.kext for multitouch! There are a few more I forgot about. I'll make a more detailed list. Anyway, these changes will fix almost all issues. There is also a bt injector in the works, if I manage to get it stable. Edit: I was probably wrong about the nvidia patches. They are still necessary. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    You need another MacOS system from which u run the clover installer. After that you'll just have to copy the filepack's content to the EFI folder on the usb drive. Search Clover usb installation on google for further instructions. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    OP is italian. Irc he set the locale to IT in config.plist. That might be why.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    I get about 5h on my nvme setup. On a side note, as I mentioned in the beginning of this thread, do NOT use clover to patch the nvme kernel extension. That's only to be used for the initial installation and future updates. Generate a patched kext instead. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Open the Xiaomiinjextxhc.kext package (right click), open Contents/Info.plist in some kind of editor. Remove the HS07 key block (I'm not 100% sure though, I think that was the one). Save and reboot. Btw, it's grazie, not gratie. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    I get the same error :/ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Read the thread... the sleep's like that for everyone. If you want proper sleep, fall back to .09, but you will have to live with the lid bug. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    Do u know what changes? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    @Dodvip123's adapter should work. The wifi part shouldn't be affected by the missing usb. So I don't see why it shouldn't work. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk There is actually one problem left that I could think of. The module needs two antennas. That would mean that the internal card won't get get connect to any which would break Bluetooth because of that. We can't connect the cards in series because that would cause interferences, the reason the chips can use the same antennas for bt and wifi is because they switch between them really fast AFAIK. So either we plant a new antenna, or we gotta use a dongle.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    The adapter he's mentioning is in fact for a mSata B. It could actually work with the card he mentioned. EDIT: Scratch that, the card itself is pcie. Nevermind. lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk That would fix Wifi, but BT would still be an issue since we don't have any internal usb to connect the card to, that I know of. Although there should be some hub somewhere on the mainboard we could solder it to. One solution would be to finally build an injector for the existing bluetooth module, which isn't completely undoable (compared to writing a wifi driver). And use that in conjunction with the separate wifi card. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    Since, apparently, people are having a really hard time following the guide correctly, I've made a bash script that installs all files for you. It is very simple to use. You only have to copy the script to the FilePack folder, open up Terminal and type "sudo [drag the installer here]". That's it. The one remaining thing to do is to reboot and install the AppleIntelSKLGraphicsFramebuffer.kext from the Backup folder with a kext tool of your choice and reboot again. I intend to integrate that last step as well. With a slightly more "sophisticated" script. BEFORE anyone tries it though, I'd like @ClaudesTech to have a look at it first. I haven't even tried it myself yet since I've written this on my phone. I'll probably be able to test it out later today. LINK Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    HiDPI doesn't have anything to do with that. Be sure that you've copied the file as root. Check the permissions and apply the correct ones with chmod if needed. The trackpad is a little unresponsive due to the drivers. It's just the way it is, for all Hackbooks. It be just as fast, just a little quirky at times. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    This seems to be nvram related. Clear it again and report. Also, you're showing a tendency to do steps on your own, without being told by us nor the guide to do so. No one has told you to touch SIP. It could be that the nvram has been set to restricted. Our systems are 99.9% identical. You're the one messing up. That being said, clear the nvram and test again. And if that doesn't work, start from scratch and follow the guide 100%, without messing with other options. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    It does generate it, but you've got to fill out some of the necessary variables first. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    Not to be condescending or anything. But your issue is still that you don't read. The board ID is the serial you've got to generate! And it's empty in your file. Also, don't use flags you know little/nothing about. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"

    The tool OP linked will generate it for you. That's why u got the error as I stated.As for the pciuid, you have to set a fake id in the beginning - as per guide. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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