So, I’ve installed the new update now. Everything works perfectly. Sound as well, from both speakers and the jack. Just be sure to run this
Download this link and unzip it
Execute : ALCPlugFix/install双击自动安装.command
and you’ll be set. It already clears the cache for you.
And if the sound comes out from your earphone still sound weird, all you need to do it replug your ear phone jack and it will be all set.
trackpad, it seems like you have to patch DSDT to make VoodooI2C work: https://voodooi2c.github.io/#GPIO%20Pinning/GPIO%20Pinning
i’m trying to offically turn my working desktop into mibook today, i connect my mibook to my two monitors and plug my previous USB mouse and using the wireless apple keyboard. However i found that the wireless keyboard works unstable, lost connection a lot, needs to open the system bluetooth window to stay connect (even so it lost connection still from time to time) not sure if it’s my problem or there’s solution. Just a report, thanksss
Hold on, how is that possible for you to use BLE in Xiaomi cuz I didnt enable it at the first place
hahaha i have a USB bluetooth receiver
ok after yesterday, this problem has been solved since i plugged that USB receiver to the Type C transport. but here comes the second thing is that the charging type C portal is also the one HDMI can use. it’s a bit complicated to explain my setting here now haha can talk about this when you’re back~~~
There are many ways to dual boot Windows and Mac OS X with different boot loaders on MBR but for UEFI, there’s only Clover boot loader is capable if you set it up correctly. In order to dual boot with Clover by default, you need to install Clover to EFI folder –> rename bootmgfw.efi to bootmgfw-orig.efi in the efi/Microsoft/boot/ folder. When we renamed this bootmgfw.efi, the bios will boot from clover BOOTX64.EFI in the efi/boot/ folder and the Clover boot GUI will come up with all the Windows and Mac OS X partition for us to select and boot correctly.