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[Guide][Deprecated] Installing OS X 10.11.4-10.12.3 on Surface Book

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G'day guys,
I recently bought a Surface Book i5 256GB with dGPU, and I found that there's no tutorial about Hackintosh since it's released, so i am here to be the first (maybe) to try this out
 

This guide is not being recommended by its author, as the final performance is usually janky and unstable, most fundamental functions of your Surface will not work in Hackintosh, please always consider the consequence of proceeding, you also risk losing your data, again, please proceed with caution

 

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This project is deprecated (and it was only meant for 10.11 - 10.12.3) due to hardware availability on my side, no support for future OSes will be provided by me personally and support on current OSes will be limited. Your contributions, testing and guides will be appreciated by the community.

 

video is up at

 


Disclaimer: everything is on yourself, please proceed with caution and care
Works
Keyboard & Trackpad (No Gestures)(Buggy, when you hold a key, pointer won't move),
SD card reader,
USB 3.0 ports,
Sound
PCIe SSD
Intel HD 520 Graphics works perfect on 10.11.4
DP Video output now works(don't close the lid, it lead to big problems)(after closing the lead with external monitor, when plug in the external monitor, it no longer recognize the internal display, you must unplug the monitor and reboot)
Long press power key brings up the power menu
Brightness
Lid

Doesn't work
NVidia dGPU
Touch Screen (Alex's driver won't work since it's now on HID Camplg ports, which is not open source)
Wireless (Wi-Fi & Bluetooth)
Volume rocker

Battery status

What Works for 10.12
Everything for 10.11 :-)

Bugs For 10.12.3 and below
Graphics is janky and unstable. and does not work natively, driver patch is needed

 

Graphics will not work on 10.12.4 as reported for the built-in display, please take notice and do not upgrade

First Step: Installing a Virtual Machine
You will need a VM in order to get the thumb drive ready, please install a VM or you can use a real Mac to do this, the installation is not very hard, but do need some times for downloads and other stuff.

  • Download VMWare Workstation Pro 12.0 Trial Version
  • Download VMWare Unlocker
  • Download Python Runtime
  • Modify Unlocker Bat file -- In the unlocker installer, there's a win-install.bat file that you can open by CMD, but don't open yet, we need to modify a path in the file, open the file using your favorite text editor, find unlocker.exe in the file, change it to unlocker.py
  • The previous step is redundant 
  • Follow the instruction on unlocker readme file
  • Go to a Apple Store, get a Install App from their computer and convert the BaseSytem.dmg to CDR, or you can just skip those steps to the making USB step
  • Use the converted CDR as install media in VMware
  • Installing OS X as normal

Second Step: Prepare to install
You need an actual Mac to make the install USB or using a VM, both methods are fine, I wouldn't say more about installing a VM on your devices, you can Google that yourself

  • You'll need to download the 10.11.x installing App from this link
  • For macOS 10.12 please go to this link to get the preview version
  • You need to open Disk Utility. Select the USB Drive and format it as Mac OS X Extended (Journal-ed), Name it whatever you want, as long as you can remember the name. Now, open the terminal, enter the following text, this will cost you around 4 minutes on a USB 3.0 device and 30 minutes on a USB 2.0 device, go get yourself some drinks
  • For 10.11
    sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/PARTITION NAME --applicationpath "/Applicatons/Install OS X El Capitan.app" --nointeraction
  • The previous method won't work on 10.12 anymore, you will get a USB that is not booting, use the guide below
  • Download Clover from Clover Official Download Page
  • Install Clover by choosing "Install UEFI Version only, install to EFI partition, Install Themes, Driver64UEFI(unselect CsmVideoDxe-64)
  • After installing, you should see a Partition called EFI mounted, and it's your thumb drive
  • (Copy the EFI folder from Installing OS X to the EFI Partition) only do this if it didn't do atomically
  • DownloadSurfaceDriver.zip and follow the instruction in the ReadMe.txt to paste the files into your CLOVER folder

++++++++++Notice for 10.12 USB Creation++++++++++

The pervious way of making the 10.11 drive won't work anymore in 10.12, instead, after downloading the 10.12 install app, you'll need to follow the following steps

  1. Show hidden files by executing this command
    defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YES
    
  2. Navigate to /Application/Install macOS Sierra/Contents/SharedSupport and mount InstallESD.dmg

  3. Open "Disk Utility", restore the USB drive with Basesystem.dmg (hidden) in the mounted DMG file.

  4. Copy /Packages in the mounted DMG file to the restored USB's /System/Installation. Delete the old link before proceeding to the copy.

  5. Copy basesystem.dmg and basesystem.chunklist to the root directory of your USB drive

Third Step: Installing OS X 10.11

Now, we can start installing 10.11, you should plug in an external keyboard, mouse, and your thumb drive, after you finish the booting process, you should see the welcome page, choose the language you prefer and proceed the installation
Go to Windows First, partition your drive for at least 50 GB if you want to keep using, because as I tried before, remapping disk after installing macOS or OS X is extremely HARD, don't try that unless it's necessary, you will risk the integrity of your data by doing that
Choose Disk Utility, choose your installing partition and click erase, format as OS X Extended (Journal-ed), then, exit Disk Utility and proceed the installation process, you might need to proceed the same process twice to get the full install, so if you didn't saw your OS X drive, please choose install again. (The installation will automatically continue.)

Or: Installing macOS 10.12

Please change ig-platform-id to 12345678 before installing the framebuffer kext.
Things getting a little bit tricky when you're trying to install 10.12 on Surface Book. Since there's still a little bit of problems with the NVMe driver, you will likely get a error message says: unable to unmount volume for repair
I am not sure if the error spreads largely, but, I experienced it every time I install the 10.12
The temporary workaround is that to use an external USB hard drive or a SD card, I don't recommend a USB thumb drive unless it's superfast.

 

  • Install 10.12 as normal to the external hard drive
  • apply all the combo updates to the external hard drive system
  • Use the recovery environment comes with the Installer (not the hard drive)
  • Open Disk Utilities and restore the whole USB hard drive to the macOS install drive
  • You can apply combo or delta updates as normal, but do not apply big updates that requires a standalone app download, backup and reinstall instead

Problems regarding 10.12 installing has been solved, please proceed as normal

 

 

The Final Process: Make your experience better

You don't have to patch the keyboard drivers for 10.12.1 and/or above
For 10.12, please install the kexts in 10.12 "install" folder located in the driver pack
Make the keyboard works (10.11 only)

  1. Navigate to InstallHD/System/Library/Extension
  2. Copy the IOUSBFamily Kext to your desktop or wherever you like
  3. Right click on it and choose show package content, go to /Contents/PlugIns
  4. Right click on IOUSBHIDDriver and choose show package content, go to /Contents
  5. Open Info.plist using software like: PlistEditor Pro, and xCode
  6. Navigate to IOKitPersonalities
  7. Copy Generic Keyboard and right click on IOKitPersonalities
  8. Select "Paste as a child"
  9. Expand Generic Keyboard 2
  10. change the value of bInterfaceProtocol to 0
  11. change the value of bInterfaceSubclass to 3
  12. change USBCompatibilityMatch to YES (doesn't have this on 10.11)
  13. save the file and open Kext Utilities
  14. Drag and Drop the kext in to it, enter password and after it finished reboot, then you should have a working keyboard

Install Clover to SSD

 

 

To install clover to ssd, you need the CLOVER PKG installer and remeber to update as a new version releases, it might contains bug fixes.

 

 

  1. Install clover as normal, install to your HACKINTOSH INSTALL DRIVE
  2. Use UEFI Boot Version, Install theme, and Driver, unselect CsmVideoDxe
  3. PUT THE SURFACE BOOT DRIVER INTO THE DIRECTORY
  4. Use BOOTICE x64 Version under windows, mount EFI under windows, Select UEFI tab, add a new boot entry navigate to EFI:\EFI\CLOVER\CLOVERX64.efi, name it clover bootloader (or whatever you like).
  5. Go to Surface UEFI, unselect Windows Boot Manager under Boot tab, select and drag CLOVER to the first position of the UEFI boot sequence,

 

NOTICE: DO NOT DELETE "INTERNAL" selection in UEFI setup, or your Surface WILL NOT BOOT (won't happen on newer BIOS)

 

 

By the way, according to the feedback, there has been some problems with the AppleHDA patch, please install AppleHDA298.kext to S/L/E directly using your kext installer instead of placing it under /CLOVER/kexts, also, please use sRGB as color profile to avoid any grahpics glitch in 10.11.

 

 

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You'll need a Wi-Fi dongle to get online or you can use USB Sharing on Android and iOS, don't know whether network sharing on Ubuntu Touch, Windows Phone and Blackberry will work

You'll also need a Bluetooth dongle to get BT working


 

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Thanks to
LonelyTV
MeuPRodrigo
maj1es2tic
Pike

and all of you

Edited by cydia2020
Clean up, wrong claim fix, et cetera

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Changelog

For now on, you can download the standalone update file here

Please remove the original file before processing

...(Don't remember)

...

...

Tuesday, 2016-08-16, Add new nvme driver

 

Sunday, 2016-08-21 0:04am AEST, Add brightness

 
Sunday, 2016-08-21 10.18pm AEST, Let DSDT recognize the keyboard battery by the original tablet battery
 

Thursday, 2016-08-25 10.11am AEST, Fixed the problem of no sound after sleep

confirmed useless sorry for the data you cost lol

 
Sunday, 2016-08-28 7.53pm, combine 10.11 and 10.12 config into 1 and add support for 10.12

10.12.zip

10.11.plist.zip

10.12.plist.zip

DSDT.zip

DSDT_BAT.zip

CodecCommander.kext.zip

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So what solved the NVMe issue for you?

There's a EFI Driver in the Clover ISO verison, i copied it to my clover folder, i don't know why it didn't install when i first installing clover :D

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There's a EFI Driver in the Clover ISO verison, i copied it to my clover folder, i don't know why it didn't install when i first installing clover :D

 

I'm glad that worked for you!  Unfortunately, that doesn't solve the problem for the SP4, but thanks for the info.

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I'm glad that worked for you!  Unfortunately, that doesn't solve the problem for the SP4, but thanks for the info.

My friend got an SP4 but his also works pretty well. You need to copy the NvmExpressDxe-64.efi to Drivers64UEFI then install the kext from http://www.macvidcards.com/nvme-driver1.html

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I'm glad that worked for you!  Unfortunately, that doesn't solve the problem for the SP4, but thanks for the info.

Oh, i know, you need this dsdt patch, it's from another SP4 Guide

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DSDT can be very specific to a particular machine, can you link the guide so I can see what patch was applied? Thanks!

Here's the post.http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/309890-guide-1011-el-capitan-on-the-surface-pro-4/

what exact kext or efi driver that makes internal card reader works ?????

I don't think that there's a driver make it works since it's on USB

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I don't think that there's a driver make OT works since it's on USB

mine is connected on internal usb3 too and it is realtek Chip how about yours i think it is realtek too

 

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mine is connected on internal usb3 too and it is realtek Chip how about yours i think it is realtek too

 

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I dunno yet, I am gonna check that, I am working on NVidia driver now

mine is connected on internal usb3 too and it is realtek Chip how about yours i think it is realtek too

 

photo_2016_04_20_09_41_00.jpg

No, it shows Microsoft Corp, so I got a Microsoft Corp one, not realtek

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i have a surface book and will give it a try, are you dual booting ? 

Yeah, i am dual booting without problems, but NVMe driver seems have some probabilities, sometimes work but sometimes don't please don't break it, if you break it, it breaks forever 

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thanks for the information.. couple of questions.  How would you break the NVME driver also I assume the touchscreen not working ? 

The NVMe driver... I don't know exactly how, i detached and recadached then, when i reboot, it breaks. :( so, it might be the problem of detach in OS X\

​Because TPM, after disabling TPM, mine works again :lol: 

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Thanks, il lgive it a try later today.. With your instructions at some point can you partition the drive to give space for Mac to double boot ? I have done hakintosh before but I have not dualbooted.. hope you can help with this.  I have the core i7 varaint of surfacebook, how good is performance ?

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Thanks, il lgive it a try later today.. With your instructions at some point can you partition the drive to give space for Mac to double boot ? I have done hakintosh before but I have not dualbooted.. hope you can help with this. I have the core i7 varaint of surfacebook, how good is performance ?

I have 60G for Mac, and the rest is for Windows, the performance is pretty well, I'm going to patch the dsdt today see if it works.

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Thanks in part to this guide, I am now triple booting Windows / OS X / Ubuntu. I'm posting from OS X now.

Some comments:

- To repartition my drive I used Paragon Partition Manager 14 Free Edition

- I used EasyUEFI instead of BOOTICE

- Graphics artifacts mainly in the top menu bar after a few restarts, solved it by changing the color profile to the sRGB-IEC61966-2.1

- Annoyance: After installing VoodooHDA, headphone jack is seen as a microphone jack. Plug earphones in they become essentially microphones.

- Had an old 2008 pre-unibody macbook pro that I'm not using, a combination of Mac cloning and Rehabman's nullethernet.kext fixed my app store, iMessage. I can now take calls, send texts from my Surface Book (using my iPhone of course).... etc

- Annoyance: screen goes to sleep if I don't use it after a while. Changing power settings does not solve this. Thankfully though it has no issues waking up if I touch a key.

 

Would appreciate if people kept this thread alive by posting their experiences too. I will update if I come across any fixes for some of the issues remaining.

 

All in all, it is in a very usable state. I am happy with it. Thanks to this guide and the magic of triple boot, my Surface Book is now a lean mean software development machine. B)  (Computer Science student here)

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Thanks in part to this guide, I am now triple booting Windows / OS X / Ubuntu. I'm posting from OS X now.

Some comments:

- To repartition my drive I used Paragon Partition Manager 14 Free Edition

- I used EasyUEFI instead of BOOTICE

- Graphics artifacts mainly in the top menu bar after a few restarts, solved it by changing the color profile to the sRGB-IEC61966-2.1

- Annoyance: After installing VoodooHDA, headphone jack is seen as a microphone jack. Plug earphones in they become essentially microphones.

- Had an old 2008 pre-unibody macbook pro that I'm not using, a combination of Mac cloning and Rehabman's nullethernet.kext fixed my app store, iMessage. I can now take calls, send texts from my Surface Book (using my iPhone of course).... etc

- Annoyance: screen goes to sleep if I don't use it after a while. Changing power settings does not solve this. Thankfully though it has no issues waking up if I touch a key.

 

Would appreciate if people kept this thread alive by posting their experiences too. I will update if I come across any fixes for some of the issues remaining.

 

All in all, it is in a very usable state. I am happy with it. Thanks to this guide and the magic of triple boot, my Surface Book is now a lean mean software development machine. B)  (Computer Science student here)

Yeah, so the headphone jack will not actually work, I uninstalled the OS X but I am still using it on my surface pro 3 since Ubuntu mounting the HFS partition will actually mess the whole thing up, but i use Ubuntu as my main system so that dual boot Ubuntu with windows instead of triple boot will be better

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Mirone has a working AppleHDA patched for Surface Pro 4, it might work on Surface Book as well as they both have the same codec ID.

Confirmed to work:

Internal speaker

Headphone

Internal Mic

External Mic

Auto switch

 

How to install:

Remove VoodooHDA and AppleHDADisabler

Restore vanilla AppleHDA to /S/L/E if it was removed

Install AppleHDA_ALC298 to /S/L/E

Repair permission and rebuild cache

Set DSDT layout-id to 3 under HDEF (rename from HDAS) or Clover Config.plist

Add to Clover Config.plist under KextToPatch the following for AppleHDA binary

8419D411 -> 9802EC10

8508EC10 -> 00000000

8319D411 -> 00000000

SurfacePro4_ALC298.zip

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Hi Cydia have issues with the instructions... I crated a new partition in my surface book (60 gigs) I also created the USB drive with my mac, I am having problems with the second step,  I pressed win+x and did diskpart list volume, the volume I created was 1 did select volume 1 then assign, I don't get a new disk called system... Not sure what I am doing wrong.

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      - https://www.reddit.com/r/hackintosh/comments/a1h61d/tinu_vanilla_bootable_macos_installer_creation/
      Facebook hackintosh help and beta testing (Italian only):
      - https://www.facebook.com/groups/Italia.hackintosh/?fref=ts
      Contact me (project creator):
      - Insanelymac.com profile: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/user/1390153-itztravelintime/
      - email: piecaruso97@gmail.com
       
      Note that:
      - This software is under GNU GPL v3 license so any new branch/mod/third party release must be open source and under the same license
      - I (project creator) assume no responsibility for any use of this app and this source code, and also for any kind of hardware and software damage to any computer and any device or peripheral that may come from this app or source code during it's use and outside it's usage
      - I (project creator) do not guarantee support to you, this is only an open source project, not a product released by a company!
      - This project is born only for educational and demonstrative purposes, it's not intended to be used for commercial purposes and it will never be, don't use source code from this project to create apps or software for that aim.
      - This is a no-profit project, born only to let people to create macOS install medias in a more simple way and also to learn how to create this kind of apps.
       
      Credits:
      - Apple for macos and installer apps and scripts
      - People that helped me a lot:
      Francesco Perchiazzi, Nicola Tomarelli, Roberto Sciortino, Raffaele Sonnessa, Ermanno Nicoletti, Tommaso Dimatore, Michele Vitiello Bonaventura, Massimiliano Faralli, Davide Dessì, Giorgio Dall'Aglio, Peter Paul Chato.   
      - Special thanks to Italian Hackintosh group!! for help (https://www.facebook.com/groups/Italia.hackintosh/?fref=ts)
      - Thomas Tempelmann for help with the UI
      - Pietro Caruso (ITzTravelInTime) for creating, maintaing and developing this project
       
       
         
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