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Yosemite: Audio - Realtek ALC AppleHDA - Deprecated

For Realtek ALC885 through ALC1150 on board audio codecs

 

Yosemite/solutions/support, see El Capitan: Realtek ALC AppleHDA Audio

 

Enables Realtek ALC on board audio for Intel motherboards running Yosemite. Requires installed native AppleHDA.kext. Codec specific script edits binaries and installs specific files. Depending on user requirements, 3 Realtek ALC AppleHDA installation techniques are available.

 

Change Log

  1. 10/18/15 - Deprecated

  2. v3.4 - 1/8/2015: audio_cloverALC-100/audio_realtekALC-100 (v1.0.4) release; 887/888 legacy detection, ALC1150 patch fix, Clover/Legacy support, bug fixes

  3. v3.3 - 12/27/2014: No Audio after Sleep/Wake, credit: TimeWalker75a, see Note 6.

  4. v3.2 - 11/29/2014: BRIX/ALC269, BRIX Pro/ALC283 and NUC/ALC283 Support, see Note 5.

  5. v3.1 - 11/15/2014: x99 audio, see Post #237, Haswell-E mach_kernel patch (5960X, 5830K and 5820K)

  6. v3.0 - 10/15/2014 - Yosemite  Release

  7. v2.1- 8/12/2014 - 9 Series/EAPD added to 887, 892, 898, 1150, credit: kidalive

  8. v2.0 - 8/12/2014 - v2 AppleHDA.kext patch scripts available; easier, simpler and faster.

  9. v1.1 - 6/130/14 - Yosemite/Realtek ALC AppleHDA Support Kext Available - credit PikeRAlpha
  10. v1.0 - 6/14/14 - Yosemite (DP - initial support)

Yosemite/New Feature

  1. 9 Series AppleHDA.kext support

New User/First Time/Yosemite Audio

  1. Determine motherboard audio codec (Realtek ALCxxx)
    1. Source: User manual, specifications, website
    2. Supported: ALC885, 887, 888, 889, 892, 898 or 1150
    3. Audio Codec is: ALCxxx
  2. Recommended Audio Selections
    1. Chameleon/Clover Injection
    2. Audio ID: 1
    3. ALCxxx

Requirements

  1. OS X versions supported:
    1. Yosemite/10.10, see Notes 1 and 2, below
    2. Native AppleHDA.kext
      1. Need native, see Restore native AppleHDA [Guide].pdf
  2. Realtek ALC, one of the following Device_ID - Codec Name
    1. Not sure, see Notes 3, below
    2. Supported motherboard on board audio codecs
      1. 10ec0885 - ALC885/ALC889a
      2. 10ec0887 (v100202 and v100302) - ALC887/ALC888b
      3. 10ec0888 (v100202 and v100302) - ALC888/ALC888s
      4. 10ec0889 - ALC889
      5. 10ec0892 - ALC892
      6. 10ec0899 - ALC898
      7. 10ec0900 - ALC1150
  3. Supported Audio-IDs (Audio_ID = layout-id), select one
    1. Audio IDs
      1. Audio_ID: 1 - 5/6 port Realtek ALC onboard audio and HD5K/AMD/Nvidia HDMI audio
      2. Audio_ID: 2 - 3 port Realtek ALC onboard audio and HD5K/AMD/Nvidia HDMI audio
      3. Audio_ID: 3 - 3/5/6 port Realtek ALC onboard audio and HD3K/HD4K/AMD/Nvidia HDMI audio
    2. Details
      1. Audio_IDs: 1 and 2 support analog 5.1 surround sound, 3 does not
      2. Audio_IDs: 1, 2 and 3 require HDMI audio dsdt edits/ssdts for HDMI audio
  4. Audio_ID Injection, select one
    1. Supported Realtek ALC Injection methods, see audio_ALCInjection
      1. HDEF/kext/No dsdt/HDAEnabler_.kext = Audio_ID
      2. HDEF/dsdt/layout-id = Audio_ID,
      3. HDEF/ssdt/layout-id = Audio_ID
      4. HDEF/Clover/Config.plist/Devices/Audio/Inject = Audio_ID
      5. HDEF/Chameleon Installer/Customize/Setting/HDEF Layout/
    2. Verification, see Notes 4, below

Realtek ALC AppleHDA Audio Patch Methods v2 - select one

  1. realtekALC/patch in place- new script detects the codec and patches the native AppleHDA.kext for ALC onboard audio. Run the same script to restore audio after Software Update

  2. Piker-Alpha AppleHDA8series - installs an audio support kext for ALC onboard audio. AppleHDA.kext remains native and the technique survives most Software Updates. Credit: Piker-Alpha

  3. cloverALC/Clover patched - automatically detects codec and installs all audio files and patches for ALC onboard audio. Audio survives most Software Updates.  Install once and done. Credit: abxite

1. realtekALC/patch in place

 

New script detects the codec and patches the native AppleHDA.kext for ALC onboard audio. Run the same script to restore audio after Software Update.

  1. realtekALC/patch in place
    1. Bootloaders: Chimera, Chameleon, Clover
    2. Software Update: run same script after update restart
    3. More Info: audio_RealtekALC
    4. Installation - realtekALC
      1. Download: (View Raw) audio_realtekALC-100.command.zip
      2. Double click: Downloads/audio_realtekALC-100.command
      3. Password?
      4. Verify Codec - y/n? (885, 887, 888, 889, 892, 898, 1150 only)
      5. Enable HD4600 HDMI audio - y/n? (887, 892, 898, 1150 only)
      6. Restart
      7. Verify Patched AppleHDA kext installed
        1. S/L/E/AppleHDA.kext_vx.x-toledaALCxxx
      8. Verify ALC onboard audio
        1. System Preferences/Sound/Output/select audio device

2. Piker-Alpha AppleHDA8series

 

installs an audio support kext for ALC onboard audio. AppleHDA.kext remains native and the technique survives most Software Updates. Credit: Piker-Alpha

  1. Piker-Alpha AppleHDA8series
    1. Bootloaders: Chimera, Chameleon, Clover
    2. Software Update: persistent, no action required
    3. More Info: audio_pikeralphaALC
    4. Installation - AppleHDA8Series
      1. Piker-Alpha/AppleHDA8Series.sh
      2. Download Zip
      3. $ cd Downloads/AppleHDA8Series.sh-master
      4. Chameleon/Chimera/Clover - no AppleHDA binary patch
        1. $ ./AppleHDA8Series.sh -b AppleHDA
        2. $ ./AppleHDA8Series.sh -b AppleHDA -b AppleHDAController
      5. Clover - with AppleHDA kext patch(es)
        1. $ ./AppleHDA8Series.sh
      6. Password
      7. Codec
      8. Layout
      9. Install S/L/E
      10. Reboot
      11. Verify ALC AppleHDA8Series kext installed
        1. S/L/E/AppleHDAxxx
      12. Verify ALC onboard audio
        1. System Preferences/Sound/Output/select audio device

3. cloverALC/Clover patched

 

Automatically detects codec and installs all audio files and patches for ALC onboard audio. Audio persists after most Software Updates.  Install once and done. Credit: abxite

  1. cloverALC/Clover patched
    1. Bootloaders: Clover
    2. Software Update: persistent, no action required
    3. More Info: audio_CloverALC
    4. Installation - cloverALC (See Note 3)
      1. Download: (View Raw) audio_cloverALC-100.command.zip

      2. Double click Downloads/clover-90_patch_v2.command
      3. Password?
      4. Verify Codec - y/n? (885, 887, 888, 889, 892, 898, 1150 only)
      5. 1150 Only: see note 5. before restarting
      6. Restart
      7. Verify ALC onboard audio
        1. System Preferences/Sound/Output/select audio device

Notes

  1. 10.10 and newer/Boot flags
    1. Clover/config.plist
      1. Mandatory, Add: Boot/Arguments/kext-dev-mode=1
      2. Remove: Boot/Arguments/npci=0x3000
    2. Chameleon/Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist
      1. Mandatory:, Add: Kernel Flags//kext-dev-mode=1
      2. Remove Kernel Flags/npci=0x3000
  2. AppleHDA.kext version matters
    1. AppleHDA.kext can be the same as or earlier than the installed OS X version
    2. AppleHDA.kext does not work if newer than the installed OS X version
  3. Audio Codec Verification/DPCIManager see Tools 2.
    1. See Status/Codec ID/Revision, note Codec ID
    2. Verify Requirements/2. Realtek ALC/1. Supported audio codecs, above
  4. Audio_ID verification/IORegistryExplorer see Tools 3.
    1. Search: HDEF
    2. Locate: layout-id (right pane, scroll down)
    3. Verify:
      1. <01 00 00 00> or
      2. <02 00 00 00> or
      3. <03 00 00 00>
  5. BRIX/ALC269, BRIX Pro/ALC283 and NUC/ALC283 Support

    1. Installation methods
      1. realtekALC/patch in place
      2. Piker-Alpha AppleHDA8series (N/A)
      3. cloverALC/Clover patched
    2. Audio Devices
      1. ALC269 - BRIX/Headphones and SPDIF out
      2. ALC283 - BRIX Pro and NUC/Headphones (Microphone is not supported)
      3. HDMI audio with dsdt edits or ssdt: see HDMI Audio AppleHDA
  6. ​​No Audio after Sleep/Wake
    1. Codec-Commander, credit TimeWalker75a
    2. Instructions: Post #333, Yosemite: Audio - Realtek ALC AppleHDA

Unsupported/Non-working Realtek ALC AppleHDA.kext

  1. 887_v100101 and earlier
  2. 888_v100101 and earlier
  3. Asus P67H67 3xxx BIOS: Phantom codec
    1. Workaround: 2xxx BIOS downgrade, 7/8 Series upgrade
  4. MSI motherboards, pre Sandy Bridge
    1. Workaround: 6/7/8 Series upgrade
  5. AC97 (Front Panel)
    1. Workaround: HD Audio

Realtek ALC Speakers

  1. Audio ID: 1 and 3, match speaker connector color to same motherboard/case port color
  2. Audio ID: 2 (3 port motherboard audio)
    1. Plug black connector into blue motherboard port for rear speakers
    2. Plug green connector into green motherboard port for front speakers
    3. Plug orange connector into pink motherboard port for center/sub speakers
    4. Front panel: Match connector color to same case port color

Optional Installs

  1. Configure 5.1 Surround Sound Aggregate Device (Not available with Audio ID: 3)
    1. Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup/Audio Devices/+/Create Aggregate Device
    2. Select (in order)
      1. Built-in Output
      2. Built-in Line Output (1st)
      3. Built-in Line Output (2nd)
    3. Configure Speakers
      1. Multichannel
      2. 5.1 Surround
    4. Apply/Done
  2. Connect Audio Input to Audio Output
    1. Line In - http://www.rogueamoeba.com/freebies/

More Information - audio_ALC_guides

  1. Capabilities - Realtek ALC AppleHDA_v2 [Guide].pdf

    • ex., Audio_ID Configurations, Surround sound, audio popping, USB start up problem
  2. Customization - Realtek ALC AppleHDA_v2 [Guide].pdf

    • ex., Manual speaker and headphone selection, Substitute SPDIF-2 Wire Output
  3. Screenshots - Realtek ALC AppleHDA_v2.pdf

    • ex., System Information/Audio/Intel High Definition Audio, System Preferences/Sound/Output
  4. No Audio Devices - Realtek ALC AppleHDA [Guide].pdf

    • ex., No audio devices, no sound, no codec
  5. No Sound - Realtek ALC AppleHDA [Guide].pdf

    • ​ex., Audio devices present, no sound when selected

  6. No Audio After Sleep/Wake - Realtek ALC AppleHDA [Fixes].pdf

    • ex., No audio devices on wake

  7. Surround Sound - Realtek ALC - AppleHDA [Guide].pdf

    • ​​ex., Players, analog, optical

Tools

  1. IORegistry Explorer (choose one)
    1. IORegistryExplorer_v2.1.zip (View Raw)
    2. IOJones
  2. MaciASL
  3. DPCIManager
  4. Kext Install utilities, i.e., Kext Wizard, Kext Utility, DPCIManager, etc.

Troubleshooting - audio_ALC_guides

  1. See No Audio Devices - Realtek ALC AppleHDA [Guide].pdf
  2. See No Sound - Realtek ALC AppleHDA [Guide].pdf
  3. See No Audio After Sleep:Wake - Realtek ALC AppleHDA [Fixes].pdf

Problem Reporting (Post to this thread with requested information attached)

  1. Description of audio problem
    1. OS X version/motherboard model/BIOS version/processor/graphics
    2. Procedure/Guide Used
    3. Copy of IOReg (Tools 1.) - File/Save a Copy As…, verify file (no ioreg.txt)
    4. Copy Of Console/All Messages  (last boot)/File/Save a Copy As..

    5. Installed S/L/E/AppleHDA.kext or AppleHDA8Series AppleHDAxxx kext
    6. Screen shots:
      1. DPCIManager/Status (Tools 3.)
      2. System Information/Hardware/Audio/Intel High Definition Audio (not Devices)
    7. Terminal/Shell/Export Test As. . .  (if script used)
      1. audio_realtekALC-100.command
      2. AppleHDA8Series.sh
      3. audio_cloverALC-100.command
    8. Chameleon
      1. Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist
      2. DPCIManager/Misc/Boot Log
      3. Extra/dsdt.aml (if installed) 
      4. Extra/ssdt.aml (if installed)
    9. Clover
      1. EFI/Clover/config.plist
      2. DPCIManager/Misc/Boot Log
      3. EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched/dsdt.aml (if installed) 
      4. EFI/Clover/ACPI/Patched/ssdt.aml (if installed)

Credit

THe KiNG [HOW TO] Patch AppleHDA - Knowledge Base - Project OS X Forums

PikeRAlpha New style of AppleHDA.kext patching for Yosemite | Pike's Universum

abxite  http://applelife.ru/...06/#post-353647

TimeWalker75a, Post # 20, No sound after waking from sleep

RevoGirl

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Works great for ALC898, thanks!

You request samples Or how do 
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คุณขอตัวอย่างหรือวิธีการทำ 

ขอบคุณ

IOReg/HDEF shows wrong value.

Attach config.plist

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It did not work at all 2. 

Cannot mix patched AppleHDA with the Post #1 methods. Confirm native AppleHDA.kext is installed.

With Realtek ALC AppleHDA Support kext Installation method above,

Delete config.plist/KernelAndKextPatches/KextsToPatch/ALC898 Binary and Devices/AddProperties.

Reply with new IOReg and AppleHDA898.kext and AppleHDA.kext.

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Cannot mix patched AppleHDA with the Post #1 methods. Confirm native AppleHDA.kext is installed.

With Realtek ALC AppleHDA Support kext Installation method above,

Delete config.plist/KernelAndKextPatches/KextsToPatch/ALC898 Binary and Devices/AddProperties.

Reply with new IOReg and AppleHDA898.kext and AppleHDA.kext.

Hello Toleda 
I did as you specified. But it does not work 
I was perplexed, then 

thank

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Hello toleda 
  Numbers that have come from it. 
See as shown in Figure I find the numbers Of AppleHDA-orig I think the conclusion is not the same. each version

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As a result, it works fine. 

Now I have HDMI audio does not work.

Lucky.  Ended up with patched 898 AppleHDA.kext.  Audio will break with next update.

Start over with Realtek ALC AppleHDA Support kext Installation method above.

Yosemite/HD4600 HDMI audio does not work, note sound assertions.

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AppleHDA898.kext try to load it turns out that it was not loaded, but AppleHDA.kext.

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AppleHDA898.kext try to load it turns out that it was not loaded, but AppleHDA.kext.

AppleHDAHardwareConfigDriver-2.6.1 is not native. Backup and remove installed AppleHDA.kext. Install native 10.10 AppleHDA.kext with AppleHDA898.kext.

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AppleHDAHardwareConfigDriver-2.6.1 is not native. Backup and remove installed AppleHDA.kext. Install native 10.10 AppleHDA.kext with AppleHDA898.kext.

Hello toleda 

I try to do it several times and it did not work at all. 
I think this script does not seem to Yosemite. 
I have to say

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You are patching a patched kext, will not work.  AppleHDA898 patches AppleHDA.kext; installed AppleHDA.kext must be native. The native AppleHDA.kext may be in Desktop/audio_ALC898/AppleHDA-orig.kext, unless you ran the patch script more than once.

 

Your choices:

1. Use the patched AppleHDA.kext, remove AppleHDA898.kext

2. Use AppleHDA898.kext, remove the installed AppleHDA.kext, install native 10.10 AppleHDA.kext and add AppleHDA binary patch to config.plist/KernelAndKextPatches/KextsToPatch/898 AppleHDA binary.

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10.9.3 it works and why you like them in spite of it. 

I do not understand

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edit..10.9.3 it works and why you like them in spite of it. 

The native AppleHDA.kext I have a question (Ie, the original) that have not been correct before. 
AppleHDA898 file to patch it up, this is not an error. As I've posted before, pictures to look at. 
And it will be a patch file. AppleHDA.kext this before the patch file to AppleHDA898. 
I do not understand
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10.9.3 it works and why you like them in spite of it. 

I do not understand

10.9.3 works with 898 patched 10.9.3 AppleHDA.kext.  Use same 898 patched 10.9.3 AppleHDA.kext in 10.10.

AppleHDA898.kext only works with native AppleHDA.kext; it is not working.  AppleHDA8series.sh script failed., download updated script.

 

Native 10.10 AppleHDA.kext means original kext with no patches applied or files removed.  

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I want to know why yosemite 10.10 not copy files to the S / L / E as version 10.9.3 ago. 

Clarified with the help

Or how to install it yourself, or use Kext Wizard.

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      Some users claim that using VoodooHDA they hear loud bump at system start and sound in system comes with noise.
      Although this can be repaired with existing drivers I propose a version that do this automatically.
      It started silently and have very clear output. The file is compiled as 32/64 and works from 10.6 up to 10.12.
      VoodooHDA.kext-289.zip
      The sources is in my signature.
       
      There is a VoodooHDA,prefPane compatible with Sierra
      VoodooHDA.prefPane-289.zip

       
      Now there is a version 2.9.0 by Zenith432.
      It can work with multichannel sound and play it on 5.1 analog system.

      VoodooHDA.kext-2.9.0d8.zip
      27.04.2017 
      d10 - Fix issues involving AudioControls
      VoodooHDA.kext-2.9.0d10.zip
       
      20.11.2018
      Fix issue with scratch on slow CPU
      VoodooHDA.kext-291SSE.zip
       
      04.05.2019
      More checks for memory allocation. More clear sound anyway. 
      VoodooHDA.kext-292.zip
      IOAudioFamily.kext.zip
       
       
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