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Hi, the new Wacom MobileStudio Pro has just been release in two flavors (13.3 and 15.6"). Would love to know if the (close to) 16" model can run MacOS ? Has someone tried it yet or planning to try ? Is there a way to know if it will work without buying and trying ? Wonder if anyone has managed to make OS X work well with Nvidia mobile Quadro. It seems it may be possible http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/273621-guide-os-x-lion-on-thinkpad-w520/ Also would be interesting to assemble an installing guide like there is one for the Cintiq Companion 2. Alex
bertolin posted a topic in LaptopsHello, guys! I was messing around with my DSDT, asking for help here and there, trying to solve the last thing to make my Cintiq Companion 2 a perfect hack and provide a perfect guide for it. I don't know where more I can ask, so I hope somebody with more knowledge than me about ACPI and many more could possibly had some time to help this fella debug some stuff. My system: Cintiq Companion 2 DTHW1310L (Clover) i5-4258U, H8x/P8x Intel Iris 5100, 2560x1440 (QHD) My problem is related to wake from sleep using power button. Everything else works very well. My system enters sleep well, led blinks as expected. From here, there are two ways to wake it: Option 1.- Using PWRB (Power Button): it wakes, backlight with black screen (seems to try to connect or push signal to display), ten seconds and display go off, no backlight. Fans keep running, system is available in SSH but not in screen sharing. USB seems not work after sleep since connecting a usb keyboard and built-in buttons doesn't make anything. Option 2.- Connecting the "Wacom link cable"*: it wakes, backlight with black screen, if you wait about 20 or 30 second, display comes back. It's the only way I have to wake my system properly (Wacom link cable doesn't need to be connected to another computer, just connecting the 24-pin connector to my Companion make it wake). * Wacom link cable is a special cable with one 24-pin connector in one side to attach to Companion 2 and an HDMI and an USB cables in the other for a host computer. When connected, if Cintiq Companion 2 goes to sleep, hardware is detected by host computer as a standalone Cintiq 13HD and a USB HUB, so you can use it as an aditional display with Wacom features with future or more powerful systems. This hardware function is called Cintiq Mode. Things I've tried: I'm trying to use ACPIDebug.kext (thanks to RehabMan) in order to try to debug if my device properly wakes or somewhere in ACPI it stopped (please, forgive if I'm say things wrong, english is not my native language and I don't have any coder or programming skills or background). But more tracing code is needed for what I've been told, but don't know how to do it. Some guidance here will be really appreciated. I can see logs in Console.app if Option 2 is choosen, but using PWRB makes impossible to do that. Black screen as I said, so I need to force a shutdown. I don't know if there's a way to record logs in a file before put system to sleep, so I will be able to check them after a forced reboot. FYI, I've tried to use all ig-platform-id I could find in AppleIntelFramebufferAzul.kext with different DVMT-prealloc values in BIOS and proper Clover patches, including those "enable display after wake" patches you can find in RehabMan repo. I've played with framebuffer sizes, cursor bytes, delay, connector port types... No solution so far. Curious things: - If I boot in safe mode, wake from sleep using PWRB works (WTF). - My display seems to have more than one EDID (I used RW-Everything in Windows). It works under OSX even if I change connector type in port 0 from LVDS to eDP or HDMI. I've tried to inject using Clover or DSDT patch, no-connect or no-edid.. These tests bring some differences in display behaviour (recognized as external or internal, with or without backlight control) but issue persists. I'm attaching files for any of you that have the time and want to help. Files are: - Original Clover extracted ACPI files. - Clover folder. - Multipatch (all patches used for this device copied/pasted in one single text file) - IOReg - Intel Video Bios extracted from Linux. - EDID extracted with SwitchResX from OSX. Thanks in advance! Companion2.zip
Hello, back again. This time i purchased a dead cheap x220t in order to try and enjoy some tablet input under osx. x220's have been very pleasing affordable hackintosh computers, I thought id look at the tablet versions and just dived in. x220t's however are showing up for a while now with "no pressure" in various guides, I decided to delve deep, knowing i could get-rid of the tablet worst case, or have a pointer input with at best case pressure. Perhaps we can solve this issue by resolving it in Yosemite and bringing a functional tablet into High Sierra, or worst case El Capitan. Shouts go out to folk progressing things here: http://x220.mcdonnelltech.com/ https://www.reddit.com/r/thinkpad/comments/6b9rua/my_thinkpad_x220_using_macos_in_the_desert_maybe/ https://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=116064&start=60 Looking out there , there are two models, one with multitouch, one without. Multitouch versions seem to fall on various dead ends. The thinkpad user from thinkpads.com described a process that works with his non-multitouch model, using the driver from wacom, configuring etc and having success. I will ask him for his device and vendor id's to see the difference in models. I will also need his successful configuration too. If you are a non-multitouch user, you could provide me with device and vendor ids for the ISD-V4 or whatever the device is listed as under System Profiler and configuration files for the wacom driver listed here https://forum.thinkpads.com/viewtopic.php?t=116064&start=60 I am understanding this can only be properly configured in Mavericks, and then dragged over to Yosemite. This file could be an important step, to others wanting to use the old wacom driver. I seem to have the multi-touch model. on the Multitouch version I see two instances of ISD-V4 under controllermate, but obviously one device in System Profiler. I suspect this device can be configured with someones non-multitouch version preferences, pulled from ftp://ftp.wacom-europe.com/pub/Mac/cons521-3_int.dmg once installed and configured. Hence asking for such files. On a more positive note, to confirm tablet pressure once and for all with regards to the grey posts i have found out there, it seems both models can give tablet pressure in yosemite. Going by users with the non-multitouch versions success and my recent success with this old machine. I have experimented with throwing a lot of wacom drivers on this machine, to no success, but the stock iohidfamily.kext from yosemite will give tablet pressure in affinity photo, without any drivers installed. In Yosemite. On Multitouch, Mouse offset issues appear when using it in Sierra , but tablet pressure returns - this is due to depreciation of IOHID http://dae.me/blog/2144/on-macos-sierra-support-and-the-future-of-smoothmouse/ I had hoped we could use something like smoothmouse to resolve, perhaps it could be used in El Capitan or the offset resolved, once again, using the wacom driver and configs. So I am making this "the post", to try and resolve this for those wanting to use this laptop to experiment. Right now I have scratchy tablet pressure due to not being able to configure properly. If you do install the wacom driver listed as successful on the multitouch version in yosemite, by default (with using rehabmans voodoops2 etc) middle mouse button behavior causes an immediate log out. Very weird. My machine came with windows pre-installed so I will fire up the windows 10 i have and see if any preferences can be pulled from that. Non-multitouch users: Can you install the wacom driver in yosemite, and pull your configs and share. Multitouch users - try an install of yosemite, fully updated and run affinity photo. Click the brush tool and you will see you have an option for pressure (little brush icon with a radar), this happens without need of wacom software installed. 056a:00e6 -is the device and vendor id for the multitouch, i now need the device and vendor id of the non-multitouch version.
***************UPDATE 7/18/2015**************** WORKING -wireless with card found here (https://partstore.com/Part/Lenovo/Lenovo/20200480/Refurbished.aspx) And kexts in new kext pack from rehabman. Thanks to chuppiejones! -Battery stat (thanks to srinn for the DSDT edit!!!) -bluetooth OOB (no turn off option, might need work) -brightness and graphic acceleration -sound (with voodookext from rehabman) -touch/pen (with stock wacom driver from website) -Micro SD OOB -All USB ports OOB NOT WORKING -volume rocker (i got it to work with one click then after it doesnt work) -sleep (automatically wakes up) -SD fullsize (not recognized) The SD card not working seems like good news and bad news to me, the bad news, it doesnt work, the good news this might be the reason sleep isnt working either. So hopefully we can kill two birds with one stone. For this install I will be using two USB drives, one as an installer the second to install to. Alternatively you could create two partitions on the installer USB if its big enough (16gb or larger) and install to the second partition this however will slow down the install. Later when I have the install stable enough I will extend this guide to make it an internal multi boot guide. Also please note that the USB drive you use seems to be quite important. A fast USB3.0 drive is necessary for the computer to recognize it at boot otherwise it will always boot into windows. I had trouble with this and could only find a couple drives (very new) that would work, all my older drives werent recognized fast enough to load the clover boot menu. _____Creating USB INSTALLER_____ -Download yosemite from the mac app store - put a thumb drive into your mac and open disk utility. -Partition the drive as GUID with MAC os extended journaled format -name the drive Yosemite -open terminal and copy and paste this command sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume/Volumes/Yosemite --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Yosemite.app --no interaction Installing clover Now open Clover_v2.3k_r3185 (the version im currently using and will include in the zip file), click Continue > Continue > Change Install Location Select the “Installer” partition you made. Click Customize Select Install for UEFI booting only select one theme ( I prefer bootcamp) Under Drivers64UEFI select -EmuVariableUefi-64 -OsxAptioFixDrv-64 -PartitionDxe-64 Then click install. Customizing clover with our files When its finished you will notice a new mounted partition/drive on your computer called EFI, this is the hidden boot partition of your installer drive. Navigate to EFI > EFI > CLOVER > kexts Paste the fakesmc kext included in the zip file into the "10.10" folder and the "other" folder. Navigate to the EFI > CLOVER > ACPI > Patched and paste all the .aml files from the DSDT folder in the included zip. Navigate to EFI > CLOVER and overwrite the current config.plist with the config.plist included in the zip file. Initial Install Once finished eject your newly made installer usb drive and plug it into the top usb port on your cintiq (this port seems to work best for me, but maybe im just crazy) Boot the device holding volume up to enter BIOS. In bios, go to the "boot" tab and disable all boot options but leave the first one as usb key. Have fast boot disabled. In "UEFI Hard Disk Drive BBS Priorities" make sure everything is disabled as well as in "Hard Disk Drive BBS Priorities. Im not sure this is all necessary but this is whats working for me. Save changes and exit. Essentially you should disable any internal drive from booting so it will look for your USB key. However I had issues and it kept booting windows anyway, mostly due to what I assume was a slow USB 2.0 drive. After switching to only USB3.0 drives and putting them in the top port, i didnt have the issue. Now when you boot the device it should load into the clover boot screen. Just select the installer and hit enter. This should boot into the OS X Yosemite installer without any issues. From here select the drive you want to install to. If you have to go into the disk utility and partition a drive. First boot up! Woohoo! When the install is finished the computer will restart. Boot back into clover this time selecting the new install. Download the most recent wacom cintiq driver for OSX and put it on your usb drive, install it and you should be good to go. I will update this with the different files as I make changes and get other things working. Keep in mind not all of this might be necessary and some of the options might not be the best in the config file. If anyone has any input feel free to let me know and I will update. Install pack version 3 7-18-2015 Added updated DSDT from srinn for working battery, removed acpiplatform kext Added kext files for working wifi with aftermarket card thanks to chuppiejones Companion2packV3.zip Install pack version 2 3-3-2015 ( OUTDATED ) Added sound and battery kexts. While i understand DSDT editing is the preferred method for battery to work, half way thru the process I found myself considering a gunshot to the face instead. I have some linux experience but it was just god damn frustrating and time consuming, especially knowing these kexts get the job done. If anyone wants to go thru with the DSDT edit for the battery I would gladly use/host it here with credit. Use kext wizard to install the kexts in the "kexts to install" folder, then repair permissions and rebuild caches. Companion2packV2.zip Install pack version 1 2-26-2015 ( OUTDATED ) Hey guys just wanted to set up a place holder for when I get the guide finished, but here is a video of me successfully running yosemite with full pen (prefpane, hotkey) and touch support!! really excited, finally seeing all the work i did for months on the previous model finally come to fruition is amazing!! Companion2packV2.zip