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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from LuizSoft in [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.
     
     
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from LuizSoft in [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.
     
     
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from chrisrorr in [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.
     
     
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    I get the same error :/
     
     
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    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.
     
     
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    kevin_1351 reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    nice!
    I took a look the script seems correct.
    but oh, I can't try it, don't want to reinstall again to test it, lets wait for someone else feedback...

     
    Would be nice is you can extract your bios from windows for us to use it...
    Btw I don't thinks there should be any problem with it and the filespack.
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from JahStories in [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
     
     
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    kevin_1351 reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    If you want to cancel your account you are free to do whatever you want, but Kevin is right, there is no need to touch SIP...
    If you knew how SIP really works you should even now that it have to be disabled on a hack to be able to use kexts... Thats why it's already partially disabled and that is made by the csractiveconfig flag on the config.plist
    Many use 67 that totally disable SIP, but since I prefer a more clean way, I use 3 for the pack, that disables just the kext signature and file system verification.
    To check just use this command on a terminal window
    csrutil status
     
    have fun.
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    kevin_1351 reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    I think that is not related to nvram!
    But the app is probably not cleaning the kernel cache...
    Do a manual install from the terminal... (if you already installed the kext do only the last four steps)
    sudo -s cp -R ~/"kextname".kext /System/Library/Extensions/ chmod -R 755 /System/Library/Extensions/"kextname" chown -R 0:0 /System/Library/Extensions/"kextname" /usr/libexec/repair_packages --repair --standard-pkgs --volume / rm -R /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches touch /System/Library/Extensions kextcache -update-volume /
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from JahStories in [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.
     
     
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    kevin_1351 reacted to ven3k in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    I tried again. MacOS booted OK. I installed the patched kext, rebooted and now it shows "Error Loading Kernel Cache: 0x1". One step back. I tried UseKernelCache=No BTW. I also deleted the nvram. Seems I have to reinstall again.
    I set 0x123456789 as a fakeid. Have to set a another one? I have a SerialNumber generated by CloudCoverEditor on my config.plist. I have "MacBookPro13,1" as a ProductName. I've read carefully the whole post so many times. And the one at the MIUI forum.
    I don't know what to do. I tried everything. I am so hopeless. 
    Please, can someone tell me which files in your drivers64UEFI folder you have?
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    kevin_1351 reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    I can confirm the modded kext work on latest releases.
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    You have not read the instructions nor the thread carefully enough. The warning sign error is due to you not having generated a model number in the config.plist, as stated in the guide. The other issue could be due to your error, not following the correct steps. Or it could be due to you trying to install 10.12.4, the modded kext was based on 10.12.2, it could therefore be incompatible if Apple has made any substantial changes during the last two revisions.
     
     
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    Yup, he didn't even get to the part of fw uploading.
     
    Anyway, I've not been able to test your build yet! I'm sorry. I'll do it asap. It's been a busy 2 weeks lately :/..
     
     
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    kevin_1351 reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    I don't have any sleep issue. (I had the lid bug but I fixed it)
     
    Btw as said before, I'll not provide any help if you are using different files, if you wanna discuss about this, do it on another thread!
     
    Respect the work of others and the thread rules.
     
    P.s. 
    I already told that the lid bug is related to wrong power managnment... and you are still saying you want to use that so... :/
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    kevin_1351 reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    oh, sad thing... maybe it's a problem related to the adapter, who knows...
    btw I can't list you all the patched done on the tables, really a lot, not only on the dsdt and to make everything work, you'll have to use the full set provided!
    I should update the package soon, cause I discovered a fix for the lid bug, but can't provide you a date yet...
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from gengik84 in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    Gotta use GUID.
     
     
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from dodvip123 in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    It's not AC.
     
     
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    kevin_1351 reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    Mhhh
    The fact is that this kind of cards are really good... Yes not compatible with macOS, but are AC with BT4.0 and works like a charm with windows and linux...
    Probably a design choice to keep the slim form factor!
     
    Btw...
    We are really talking about a no issue, we have 3 USB ports, keeping one busy with a small adapter not bigger than a nail, isn't a real problem!
     
    I would be happier to have full Optimus support for macOS, that would be game changer!
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    You could actually wire a usb port to an internally placed usbhub and solder a usb wifi card on top of that. There is room for it, I've measured it. But it's a lot of work for a relatively inelegant solution.
     
    There is a guy who did something similar on youtube for the cube i7.
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from Nightdrive in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    If you really wanna know, disassemble the asl files with iasl. And use a diff tool like BeyondCompare to see the changes.
     
    It's really easy.
     
     
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    kevin_1351 reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    That error got nothing to do with the DVMT, I strongly suggest you to switch everything to standard again! (not to the DVMT minsizestolen patch)
    There are many common patches in the DSDT some were not applied from repos but written by hand...
    I don't remember each one but remember that every table is patched to match the provided DSDT and will not work as expected when using another one, probably not properly patched.
    The guide is simple, the files come in a complete package that have to be used and upgraded using every file and every preference as suggested.
    Any other kind of installation is not supported and could (or most obviously will) create problems that aren't easy to "debug"
     
    Hope you understand!
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from Nightdrive in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    Correct. 
    Have you already installed macOS?
    If you installed it using the incorrect version (shouldn't be possible) it most definitely has corrupted the drive. If so, just reinstall it again.
     
    Edit: I've found the issue. In the newer updates they've (OP) made the _DSM acpi method remain intact, this causes our NVMe inhibitor to not work.
     
    By using a simple rename to XDSM clover patch, it should work again.
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from Nightdrive in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    There are no m2 wifi cards that are compatible with that slot anyway.
     
    As for the Hackr, yeah, just drop it there and add the ssdt to the config.plist (read my first post). I've not had any corruption since that first post. But it's as OP said: use it at your own risk.
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    kevin_1351 reacted to JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    You can do it on an old g3 works only with jaguar XD
     

     
    hahah just joking
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    kevin_1351 got a reaction from JahStories in [Guide] XiaoMi Mi Notebook Air 13"   
    It has to be 10.2.2 obviously..
     
    Edit: You could actually extract the kext from the 10.2.2 installer and symlink it or edit his patcher to direct it to the new file.
     
    Or you could try to find a patched one online.
     
    I can't share it cause it would be illegal. Stupidly enough
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