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okay, i have already installed c48 beta. but i forget to keep the original AppleHDA driver, i back home now but the network is so slow, mind send me a copy of c48 version AppleHDA ?

 

Currently i am using c38's AppleHDA from Extension you sent to me cause idiot deleting action. :D 

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Sure, here you go. I've tossed in the latest CC revision from git that works best for me right now (requires single PIO and jack sense works too).

 

I'm experimenting with defining custom output numbers though config, but even though it appear to end up with the same path, behavior changes to the way it was before .. when I had badly patched kext.. So I'm debating if I should settle at how it works right now or tinker some more and allow customization through plist.. its open source anyway, so anyone capable of changing 1 digit and pushing CMD+B would be able to change that.

 

But let us see how the current CC build works for you .. if it will also require just a single PIO for EAPD bit to stick .. then we are definitely settling on this hardcoded approach.

 

C48-HDA-CC.zip

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Thank you for coding it, after doing some tests, i use my own layout-28 & Platforms.aml.zlib files or your attachment, clover kextstopatch as before we did.

so, there are two results: 1, CC & HDA of attachment, LID sleep & normal sleep, lost sound after wakeup. 2, your HDA, my layout-28 & Platforms.aml.zlib (i did), CC is from github compiled last night, normal & LID sleep, sound works after wakeup. 

 

May i ask the sources code changes after last night ? also compare with configdata we have a few difference,

configdata from attachment:

 

01271C10 01271D01 01271EA0 01271F90 01471C40 01471D01 01471E10 01471F90 01771CF0 01771D00 01771E00 01771F40 01871C20 01871D30 01871E81 01871F01 01971CF0 01971D00 01971E00 01971F40 01A71CF0 01A71D00 01A71E00 01A71F40 01B71CF0 01B71D00 01B71E00 01B71F40 01D71CF0 01D71D00 01D71E00 01D71F40 01E71CF0 01E71D00 01E71E00 01E71F40 02171C50 02171D40 02171E21 02171F01

And mine:

 

 

01271C30 01271D01 01271EA0 01271F90 01471C40 01471D01 01471E10 01471F90 01771CF0 01771D00 01771E00 01771F40 01871C20 01871D10 01871E81 01871F01 01971CF0 01971D00 01971E00 01971F40 01A71CF0 01A71D00 01A71E00 01A71F40 01B71CF0 01B71D00 01B71E00 01B71F40 01D71CF0 01D71D00 01D71E00 01D71F40 01E71CF0 01E71D00 01E71E00 01E71F40 02171C40 02171D10 02171E21 02171F01

Other stuff is the same. 

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You can see all the changes by looking at commits section at the top. All I did was fixed boolean toggles, removed platform profile config and made it read status of eapd at wake when not using multiple updates. Also commented out the timer timeout part.

 

Mind I ask you to test the enclosed build? The changes are not yet pushed to git, so you wouldn't be able to get same build if you compile yourself. 

CC-2.1.1b.zip

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see, just tested, failed both normal/LID sleep. here is the debug log.

logs.rtf

 

EIDT:

it works well after recycle sleep, but why it doesn't work at the first time ? the latter debug log is the same. 

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I'm not sure, really .. it works here with all sort of sleep (Fn+Esc, LID and Apple-Sleep) ..  

For me it sticks even on the first PIO operation and remains working, sometimes it requires 2 PIOs. I've pushed the changed to git and added the option to check EAPD status bit infinitely.  This is the log with 'PIO' filter set:

Feb  3 12:32:12 CodecCommander: cc: finite workloop requested, will start upon wake and stop after 2 PIOs
Feb  3 12:35:48 CodecCommander:  w: PIO operation #1
Feb  3 12:57:01 CodecCommander:  w: PIO operation #1
Feb  3 13:13:23 CodecCommander:  w: PIO operation #1

I'm still on my laptop and all the 3 sleep cycles I did EAPD remains working after PIO #1. I keep on playing youtube and itunes silently ... It's now 3:34 PM, its been 2 hours since I last put the laptop to sleep and it still hasn't performed a second PIO operation. Even though I've stopped and started audio streams with 5 to 10 minute delays in between.

 

Gonna jump on Skype for further tests. 

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after install maverick on dell vostro 3450 , i was install windows 8 and dual boot. but i can't turn off wireless , when press fn+f2 on windows , windows hang and i must hold power button to power off :(

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after install maverick on dell vostro 3450 , i was install windows 8 and dual boot. but i can't turn off wireless , when press fn+f2 on windows , windows hang and i must hold power button to power off :(

From the first post:

in UEFI boot mode pressing Fn+F2 to toggle radio interfaces causes the machine to lock up, in order to prevent this methods FOWM needs to be wiped clean (no action taken when method is called).

The DSDT patches should have disabled this, I'd think? Regardless, it wouldn't work anyway.

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From the first post:

The DSDT patches should have disabled this, I'd think? Regardless, it wouldn't work anyway.

 

Dsdt only disable fn+f2 on mac , in windows 8 that not work. when i press fn+f2 windows is hang, i can't turn off wireless on windows. @@

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Not in windows. Just don't press it there.. In 8.1 you have toggles for both WiFi and Bluetooth in the charms bar...

 

when using windows , i can turn off my wireless by way switch windows to airplane mode. but some time i press wrong fn+f2 windows is hang @@.

hi tw, sound on my mac os not working , i have to using voodoohda and sound is working but hdmi audio not work @@. can you help me fix that, 

thanks

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I can't make a bios with a permanent DSDT modification to it to fix the Wi-Fi toggle hang just because there are people out there (the majority, in fact) who would use legacy installation of Windows on their laptops and as such it would cripple the functionality for them too, that otherwise would have worked  perfectly. 

I saw separate toggles for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with my own eyes when I had Windows 8.1 .. so Airplane mode is not the only option (go to PC Settings - Wireless)

6KUSm.png

 

If you are a minority with a problem please learn to deal with it and accept it as it is, otherwise reinstall Windows in legacy mode and live happily ever after.

 

In regards to sound issues. Use the AppleHDA with all the scattered patches (described in the original post) along with this kext I'm attaching, use Release version if you don't want any debug messages in the console. 

CC-05.02.14-2.1.1.zip

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badman0_8, i suggest you to go back and double read the guide. it is possible that you are missing one of the steps on the guide. like tw wrote there is minors problem that you have to live with it (I had to change the time on w8.1 everytime i switch from mac to it). if you don't have multimedia option  enable, i think that is almost impossible to press at the same time fn+f2 by mistake. with clover version that the guide was development HDMI audio out didn't work in my situation but after i upgraded clover. that issues fixed.

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badman0_8, i suggest you to go back and double read the guide. it is possible that you are missing one of the steps on the guide. like tw wrote there is minors problem that you have to live with it (I had to change the time on w8.1 everytime i switch from mac to it). if you don't have multimedia option  enable, i think that is almost impossible to press at the same time fn+f2 by mistake. with clover version that the guide was development HDMI audio out didn't work in my situation but after i upgraded clover. that issues fixed.

 

 

thanks, i will try fix that. :D. hope this issure is fixed.

I have a question , how can i turn off bluetooth on mac?. i open bluetooth in system preferences but button "turn bluetooth off" is hidden.

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It's a guide thread, not a help desk. You were provided with more than detailed instructions about post-install. Either read them and do as it says or keep moaning about your problems. If you are always going to rely on people to fix {censored} for you, then perhaps hackintoshing a laptop is not your cup of tea, to say the least. No offence, but take your time and read a bunch of text, then make sure you followed what you read correctly and only when it doesn't work ask someone to help, providing as much detail as possible about the problem that you are facing.

 

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@TW, for these kinds of requests , i agree with you, hacktintosh isn't easy for everyone, it needs an attitude about learning and testing, not just post a problem and get solution. 

 

BTW, i test Feb 6th CC, it acts 6 PIOs after LID sleep then works.

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Try compiling from sources again, I've pushed an update. Works after semi-sleep now too. Or is this it already?

 

P.S.

Update to build C53, sources for AppleHDA were updated to final build it seems, with earlier versions build number was a12 and then a13, now it's f1

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i just upgrade to beta c53, compile latest sources code, did a LID sleep take ten PIOs without sound output, then did a Fn+Esc sleep, take 2 PIOs sound work. 

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Im using c48-cc2.1.1 debug version and HDA from page #8. LID sleep, fn+scape and power sleep are working but for some reason after first attent. i notice that im not getting PIO

2/7/14 3:54:43.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander:  r: hda codec lost power
2/7/14 3:54:57.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander: cc: asleep
2/7/14 3:55:16.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander: cc: awake
2/7/14 3:55:16.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander: cc: workloop started
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander:  r: hda codec power restored
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander:  w: ICW stored set command 1470c02
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander:  w: ICB was set, sending verb over the link
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander: rw: IRV was set by hardware
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander: rw: IRV cleared, allowing new commands
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander: hi: scancode 20 in
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander: hi: adb keycode 74 out
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander: hi: scancode 20 in
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander: hi: adb keycode 74 out
2/7/14 3:55:21.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander:  r: audio stream active

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That version doesn't have the counter for infinite check I believe.

Try the enclosed files and see how it plays for ya..

CC-2.1.1-feb-6th+HDAC53.zip

 

P.S.

If you see that the codec starts acting weird just shut down the laptop and boot to OSX again. It's the same story as with the headphone jack not working after booting to OSX from Windows.

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now is working at the first attempt all 3 sleep mode are working LID took 2 PIO.

2/7/14 4:24:35.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander:  w: PIO operation #1
2/7/14 4:25:49.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander:  w: PIO operation #1
2/7/14 4:26:31.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander:  w: PIO operation #1
2/7/14 4:27:32.000 AM kernel[0]: CodecCommander:  w: PIO operation #2

Note: if i dont use the audio like in less than 1 min (after wake from sleep) then i have to go to sleep mode in order to get audio back

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