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So i had a tonymacx86 account until i got banned because of this driver, So i decided to post it here to see if anyone can develop it for a HP laptop. I got that system burned on USB and i installed it but then i wasn't able to use Wi-Fi and Ethernet since they weren't detected, But until 10.10.1 was released i burned it too but i ended up having the Ethernet working but it wasn't able still to browse, it was yellow ticked. Can anyone make a driver for this thing? THIS IS IMPORTANT ONE FOR ME!

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There's a whole thread for it here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/312045-atheros-wireless-driver-on-os-x-el-capitan-1011-for-unsupported-cards/

 

It's possible to do the same for the Yosemite kext. Otherwise, use El Capitan instead and use their kext they've already made.

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There's a whole thread for it here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/312045-atheros-wireless-driver-on-os-x-el-capitan-1011-for-unsupported-cards/

 

It's possible to do the same for the Yosemite kext. Otherwise, use El Capitan instead and use their kext they've already made.

which download link? there are too many. put the link or the file so i know which one is it

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Im having problems with this card, i have COMBO BT+WIFI (AR9565)

 

Wifi WORKS but BT not

 

i tried BTFirmwareUploader kext, without luck xD

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Hi BadWolfAlfa,

 

Im having problems with this card, i have COMBO BT+WIFI (AR9565)

 

Wifi WORKS but BT not

 

i tried BTFirmwareUploader kext, without luck xD

 

You must modify the driver BTFirmwareUploader kext to work with the Bluetooth Atheros AR3012. I have created an installer to simplify this installation task.

 

Salutations.

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On 10/14/2017 at 10:12 PM, grisno said:

You must modify the driver BTFirmwareUploader kext to work with the Bluetooth Atheros AR3012. I have created an installer to simplify this installation task.

 

How? Could you share it? I have problem Wifi works (after patching) Bluetooth not (DW1707 card)

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