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With latest version of script got this error for IDT 92HD81B1X5 -

 

Sahil:~ palash$ /Users/palash/Desktop/patch-hda/patch-hda 

OSX version 10.10.2 detected

Default target codec: 1002aa01

 detected.

Enter codec-id or codec-name for AppleHDA patch.  Eg. 111d7675 or IDT 7675

Press enter for default, or ? for help (Default: 1002aa01

)

? 111d7605

Patching AppleHDA codec 11d4198b with 111d7605

2 codec range comparison(s) to patch

Patching range comparison 11d41983

Patching range comparison 11d41984

Unexpected codec match count: 2 (4 expected)

Aborting with AppleHDA NOT patched

Sahil:~ palash$ 

 

 

Don't know what's wrong. Anything wrong with script or I have done something wrong?

 

Share your patched AppleHDA.

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This is my modified script for 10.7 ~ 10.11

https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5pclf0l2z0w9no/patch-hda.zip?dl=0

 

Hi Poken! My result:

 

iMac-di-Ciro:~ ciro$ cd desktop

iMac-di-Ciro:desktop ciro$ cd patch-hda

iMac-di-Ciro:patch-hda ciro$ sudo ./patch-hda.pl

OSX version 10.11 detected

Default target codec: 10ec0892 detected.

Enter codec-id or codec-name for AppleHDA patch.  Eg. 111d7675 or IDT 7675

Press enter for default, or ? for help (Default: 10ec0892)

? 10ec0892

There are 2 choices for target codec 

Choose codec number to patch to (1 thru 2) (default 1)

Choice 1: ALC 885

Choice 2: ADI 1984B

? 1

Patching AppleHDA codec 10ec0885 with 10ec0892

No codec range comparisons require patching

mv: rename /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleHDA to /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleHDA.orig: Operation not permitted

iMac-di-Ciro:patch-hda ciro$

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Hi Poken! My result:

 

iMac-di-Ciro:~ ciro$ cd desktop

iMac-di-Ciro:desktop ciro$ cd patch-hda

iMac-di-Ciro:patch-hda ciro$ sudo ./patch-hda.pl

OSX version 10.11 detected

Default target codec: 10ec0892 detected.

Enter codec-id or codec-name for AppleHDA patch.  Eg. 111d7675 or IDT 7675

Press enter for default, or ? for help (Default: 10ec0892)

? 10ec0892

There are 2 choices for target codec 

Choose codec number to patch to (1 thru 2) (default 1)

Choice 1: ALC 885

Choice 2: ADI 1984B

? 1

Patching AppleHDA codec 10ec0885 with 10ec0892

No codec range comparisons require patching

mv: rename /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleHDA to /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext/Contents/MacOS/AppleHDA.orig: Operation not permitted

iMac-di-Ciro:patch-hda ciro$

 

Try with bootflag rootless=0 along with kext-dev-mode=1

 

But script doesn't work with my ALC887 on OS X 10.11.

 

After reboot and kernel cache rebuilt, I have no audio outputs :(.

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The script only patches binary of AppleHDA. You have to edit .xml.zlib, edit codec config in info.plist. The script only plays 1 of 3 steps for AppleHDA patching. Please look for AppleHDA guides for more detail.

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The script only patches binary of AppleHDA. You have to edit .xml.zlib, edit codec config in info.plist. The script only plays 1 of 3 steps for AppleHDA patching. Please look for AppleHDA guides for more detail.

Pokenguyen I followed your guide for pathcing apple hda on fly using update script but sound did'nt work. Then I use only script to get clover on fly patch config and use older one dummyhda downloaded from here httpwww.insanelymac.comforumtopic290687-wip-hp-envy-17t-j000-quad-haswell-10851091010 and sound works. Can you tell me what i do wrong by makeing my custom apple hda.

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Pokenguyen I followed your guide for pathcing apple hda on fly using update script but sound did'nt work. Then I use only script to get clover on fly patch config and use older one dummyhda downloaded from here httpwww.insanelymac.comforumtopic290687-wip-hp-envy-17t-j000-quad-haswell-10851091010 and sound works. Can you tell me what i do wrong by makeing my custom apple hda.

My guide is "Convert your patched AppleHDA to Clover patch on the fly", it means that you have to get sound first with a patched AppleHDA before following the guide, it's useless if you don't have sound yet. The guide you should find is "AppleHDA Patch guide" written by toleda or Mirone.

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can you update this code too

No codec range comparisons require patching

0x80868D20, 0x1458A036, 0x11020011, 0x0918, Creative CA0132

Last login: Wed Jul 15 04:48:23 on console

manoranjans-Mac-Pro:~ manoranjan$ cd ~/Desktop/patch-hda

manoranjans-Mac-Pro:patch-hda manoranjan$ ./patch-hda.pl -x 11000211

OSX version 10.10.3 detected

Default target codec: 10de0040 detected.

Couldn't find a codec map to apply for '11000211'.

Would you like to try using ADI 1984 (the default) (Y/N)? Y

Patching AppleHDA codec 11d41984 with 11000211

No codec range comparisons require patching

<dict>

<key>Name</key>

<string>AppleHDA</string>

<key>Comment</key>

<string>Expect 2 matches</string>

<key>Find</key>

<data>hBnUEQ==</data>

<key>Replace</key>

<data>EQIAEQ==</data>

</dict>

manoranjans-Mac-Pro:patch-hda manoranjan$ 

 

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This is my modified script for 10.7 ~ 10.11

https://www.dropbox.com/s/l5pclf0l2z0w9no/patch-hda.zip?dl=0

 

maybe unimportant, but bash version need to grab user arguments too

#!/bin/bash
# Wrapper for patch-hda.pl for users who like to click on scripts
# from the finder
#
# Copyright (c) 2012-2013 B.C. <bcc24x7@gmail.com> (bcc9 at insanelymac.com).
# All rights reserved.

IFS=
cd `dirname $0`
exec ./patch-hda.pl "$@"

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maybe unimportant, but bash version need to grab user arguments too

#!/bin/bash
# Wrapper for patch-hda.pl for users who like to click on scripts
# from the finder
#
# Copyright (c) 2012-2013 B.C. <bcc24x7@gmail.com> (bcc9 at insanelymac.com).
# All rights reserved.

IFS=
cd `dirname $0`
exec ./patch-hda.pl "$@"

why it needs arguments ??

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Hello @iDeepak, sorry if im wrong, but here from included readme.txt with direct perl script

Usage: patch-hda.pl <codec-id>|<codec-name>
Command line switches:
  -y            Use the auto-detected codec without running the script
                interactively.
  -c <choice>   For codecs with multiple known working choices for the
                runtime AppleHDA codec (target codec) to use,
                this option selects the choice.
                -c 1 lets you select choice #1 (the default),
                -c 2 the second choice, and so on.
  -s <directory>        kext directory to use instead of
                        /System/Library/Extensions
  -r <volume root>      specify an alternate disk volume to use
                        as the root for everything
  -o <os vers number>   override auto-detected OS version (10.7/10.8/10.9)
  -t            run the script in test-only mode,
                where AppleHDA is not actually patched.
Examples:       patch-hda.pl 111d7675
                patch-hda.pl 'IDT 7675'
                patch-hda.pl -c 2 'Realtek ALC892'
		patch-hda.pl -y

And here with bash script, ex:

<path-to-bash>/patch-hda -y

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Hello @iDeepak, sorry if im wrong, but here from included readme.txt with direct perl script

Usage: patch-hda.pl <codec-id>|<codec-name>
Command line switches:
  -y            Use the auto-detected codec without running the script
                interactively.
  -c <choice>   For codecs with multiple known working choices for the
                runtime AppleHDA codec (target codec) to use,
                this option selects the choice.
                -c 1 lets you select choice #1 (the default),
                -c 2 the second choice, and so on.
  -s <directory>        kext directory to use instead of
                        /System/Library/Extensions
  -r <volume root>      specify an alternate disk volume to use
                        as the root for everything
  -o <os vers number>   override auto-detected OS version (10.7/10.8/10.9)
  -t            run the script in test-only mode,
                where AppleHDA is not actually patched.
Examples:       patch-hda.pl 111d7675
                patch-hda.pl 'IDT 7675'
                patch-hda.pl -c 2 'Realtek ALC892'
		patch-hda.pl -y

And here with bash script, ex:

<path-to-bash>/patch-hda -y

auto-detect will not work if AppleHDA is not loaded anyhow , IMO this is not a good option will be confusing  

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Uhm @iDeepak what im trying to say is whether user choose to launch "patch-hda.pl" or "patch-hda", all must able to pass/read given user arguments. About supplied arguments / params its depend on user choices, above is just an example to debug this script. To avoid more users confusing is remove "patch-hda" from package, in my opinion..

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Is there any update on this for 10.12?

Thanks

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AppleHDA NOT patched

 

Last login: Fri Jun 16 13:32:34 on console

LLAs-MacBook-Pro:~ LLA$ cd /Users/LLA/Desktop/patch-hda.3.4 

LLAs-MacBook-Pro:patch-hda.3.4 LLA$ /Users/LLA/Desktop/patch-hda.3.4/patch-hda.pl 

OSX version 10.11.6 detected

Enter codec-id or codec-name for AppleHDA patch.  Eg. 111d7675 or IDT 7675

Press enter for default, or ? for help 

? 111d76e0

Patching AppleHDA codec 11d4198b with 111d76e0

2 codec range comparison(s) to patch

Patching range comparison 11d41983

Patching range comparison 11d41984

Unexpected codec match count: 2 (4 expected)

 

Aborting with AppleHDA NOT patched

-----------------------------------------------

Is this user error or issue with the script?   Using Original unpatched AppleHDA

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