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ALC269VC on Sony VAIO SVE1512

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Hi,

 

I'm on OSX since 10.5 and 4 laptops to date, but this one is a pain.

I have a sloppy, but working Clover based 10.11.1 on HDD, but since I just bought a SSD drive, I decided to start from scratch, looking for latest solutions.

I found an excellent guide for similar device, but audio does not work.

 

I do have a semi working patched AppleHDA, v2.5.3 by Mirone (attached), found somewhere years ago, but in the past I had some issues after wake (seems ok now) and audio through HDMI does not work.

 

Thing is that apparently my ALC269VC is somehow a very rare thing manufactured by Sony, I can't really find any proper solution.

 

I thought that someone could help me doing this properly once for all, using DummyHDA to persist stuff between updates.

 

Device info:

CodecCommander: ....CodecVendor Id: 0x10ec0269CodecCommander: ....Codec Address: 0
CodecCommander: ....Subsystem Id: 0x104d6900
CodecCommander: ....PCI Sub Id: 0x104d90ab


Vendor Id: 10ec:0269
Subsystem Id: 104d:6900
Revision Id: 100202
I do believe that this ALSA report here has the same HDA codec information as my device (ctrl+f Realtek ALC269VC).
 
Any support would be greatly appreciated, with beer donations.
 
Cheers!

AppleHDA-ALC268VC-2.5.3-Mirone.kext.zip

Sony VAIO SVE1512M1EW - Clover config, DSDT, codec dump and IOReg.zip

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