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8 hours ago, Andres ZeroCross said:

Makesure you didn't put wrong file AppleALC.kext

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8 hours ago, Andres ZeroCross said:

Try this...

AppleALC.kext.zip

 

I made sure I'm doing the right thing and used the AppleALC which worked for Audio-Out but not for Audio-In and yes, I'm doing the right thing (I wasn't sure either ;)).

 

I get the same result with your latest kext as with the previous one, no audio devices. With these two new kexts we're still at layout-id 21 I assume?

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2 hours ago, an3k said:

 

 

I made sure I'm doing the right thing and used the AppleALC which worked for Audio-Out but not for Audio-In and yes, I'm doing the right thing (I wasn't sure either ;)).

 

I get the same result with your latest kext as with the previous one, no audio devices. With these two new kexts we're still at layout-id 21 I assume?


Try this,, keep using LayoutID=21

AppleALC.kext.zip

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9 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:


Try this,, keep using LayoutID=21

AppleALC.kext.zip

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

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22 minutes ago, an3k said:

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

Try this

AppleALC.kext.zip

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7 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:


Are you sure?? Check again your internal Microphone

 

I am. Deleted all the AppleALC.kexts I had (in /System/Library/, in /System/Library/Extensions and in EFI/CLOVER) then re-downloaded the last kext and "installed" it. This is the result :/

 

EDIT: Well, I didn't had multiple AppleALC.kexts installed, was just making sure I actually didn't :)

 

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Just put all additional kext ini EFI/CLOVER/Other. Don't put any additional kext ini L/E or S/LE. Try again. Remember "DON'T PUT ANY ADDITIONAL KEXTS in L/E or S/L/E

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2 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:

Just put all additional kext ini EFI/CLOVER/Other. Don't put any additional kext ini L/E or S/LE. Try again. Remember "DON'T PUT ANY ADDITIONAL KEXTS in L/E or S/L/E

 

Yeah, I was told that yesterday evening and moved everything from L/E to EFI/CLOVER/Other. I never put anything into S/L/E. I edited my previous posting and said I was just mentioning L/E and S/L/E so I'm (and you are) absolutely sure there aren't multiple AppleALC.kexts in place.

 

I'm absolutely sure that every test I've done with your help and kexts was done correctly. The very first kext you made for me was the best so far. Everything worked beside Headset audio input.

 

Would it help you if I quickly install Windows and do some stuff? You'd have to tell me what you'd need.

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9 minutes ago, an3k said:

 

Yeah, I was told that yesterday evening and moved everything from L/E to EFI/CLOVER/Other. I never put anything into S/L/E. I edited my previous posting and said I was just mentioning L/E and S/L/E so I'm (and you are) absolutely sure there aren't multiple AppleALC.kexts in place.

 

I'm absolutely sure that every test I've done with your help and kexts was done correctly. The very first kext you made for me was the best so far. Everything worked beside Headset audio input.

 

Would it help you if I quickly install Windows and do some stuff? You'd have to tell me what you'd need.

Try this

AppleALC.kext.zip

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7 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:

 

Again the same

 

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

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2 minutes ago, an3k said:

 

Again the same

 

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

Try this,, i remove LineIn Path map.. Check your internal microphone

AppleALC.kext.zip

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4 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:

Try this,, i remove LineIn Path map.. Check your internal microphone

AppleALC.kext.zip

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> "Internal Microphone" -> working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> "Internal Microphone" -> working

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3 minutes ago, an3k said:

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> "Internal Microphone" -> working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> "Internal Microphone" -> working

Nice,, now try this. I put back LineIn path map but without AMP. Post the result

AppleALC.kext.zip

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4 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:

Nice,, now try this. I put back LineIn path map but without AMP. Post the result

AppleALC.kext.zip

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

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3 minutes ago, an3k said:

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working


I removed LineIn path map, and change input node for Internal Mic. Post the result

AppleALC.kext.zip

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10 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:


I removed LineIn path map, and change input node for Internal Mic. Post the result

AppleALC.kext.zip

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> "Internal Microphone" -> working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> "Internal Microphone" -> working

 

However now the microphone is super quiet and I had to put the "input volume" slider from stock 50% to 90% to approx. get the same volume.

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No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> "Internal Microphone" -> working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> "Internal Microphone" -> working

 

However now the microphone is super quiet and I had to put the "input volume" slider from stock 50% to 90% to approx. get the same volume.

No problem, i need to sleep right now. Tommorow i will upload new file to fix Line in too.

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2 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:

No problem, i need to sleep right now. Tommorow i will upload new file to fix Line in too.

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Ok, have a good night and thank you very much! :)

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Could you guys help me get audio working please? Lost it after update to Mojave from High sierra. Hardware doesn't detect audio.

Used layout id-23 for my laptop model.

 

ALC288 layout-id 23 for Dell XPS 9343 by yyfn

debug_22969.zip

hardware audio.png

sound info.png

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8 hours ago, xAyiDe said:

Problems with ALC 662 (v2 I guess)

Doesnt show up at all. Soundblaster Audigy 2zs is also installed and working...

 

 

CodecDump.zip

Did you try layout 11, 12,13,15, 16 or 17?? How about the result?

 

4 hours ago, newuser said:

Could you guys help me get audio working please? Lost it after update to Mojave from High sierra. Hardware doesn't detect audio.

Used layout id-23 for my laptop model.

 

ALC288 layout-id 23 for Dell XPS 9343 by yyfn

debug_22969.zip

hardware audio.png

sound info.png

Try this config.plist Reboot and post the result

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42 minutes ago, Andres ZeroCross said:


Try this, post the result for all input and output

AppleALC.kext.zip

Good morning :)

 

No headset connected:

output device -> "Internal Speakers"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

 

Headset connected:

output device -> "Headphones"  -> working

input device -> none -> not working

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Hi - having trouble getting speakers to work after sleep on ASUS G750JW, codec ALC282.  Headphones work before and after sleep.  Been trying to modify codec commander and play with hda-verb but no luck.  Ioreg for audio seems to be different after sleep?

 

One thing I noticed is Ioreg indicated a layout of id of 7 for laptop I don't get any sound at login if I use this layout (wiki indicates no support for id7, alc282).   Have used layout id 3 and layout id 13 in clover and speaker sound works (just not after sleep).  Not sure if this is related to sound / sleep issue but dont have enough knowledge to deciper the codec dump and build a new xml file for layout 7.

 

 

debug-files-mhck.zip

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