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@FireWolf3 years ago

06/15
14:30
OS X OS X El Capitan

[Unofficial] Realtek ALC Audio Script v1.0.5 with OS X El Capitan Supported

So I updated toleda’s audio_RealtekALC script to support OS X El Capitan.

Notes:

  • This is NOT AN OFFICIAL release from toleda.
  • Intel HD Graphics 4600 HDMI Audio currently is not supported. (I have no device to test, so I didn’t change the codes.)
  • Please make sure that you boot OS X El Capitan with the following essential kernel flags:

 

rootless=0 kext-dev-mode=1

Update Logs:

V1.0.5 BETA @ 2015.06.15

Add OS X El Capitan support.

0x11d41983 codec will be disabled by default in OS X 10.11.x

Supported Realtek ALC codec ids:

ALC269 (Brix Only)
ALC283 (Brix Pro & NUC)
ALC885
ALC887
ALC888
ALC889
ALC892
ALC898
ALC1150

Detailed information can be found on toleda’s Github: 

https://github.com/toleda/audio_RealtekALC

Join the discussion on insanelymac:

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/306562-applehda-for-el-capitan-discussion/

Downloads:

V1.0.5 BETA: UNOFFICIAL_audio_realtekALC-100_v1.0.5.command

[Unofficial] Realtek ALC Audio Script v1.0.5 with OS X El Capitan Supported

  1. Sergey
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    Last login: Fri Jul 10 06:09:19 on ttys000
    /Users/webspace/Downloads/UNOFFICIAL_audio_realtekALC-100_v1.0.5.command ; exit;
    iMac-WEBSPACE:~ webspace$ /Users/webspace/Downloads/UNOFFICIAL_audio_realtekALC-100_v1.0.5.command ; exit;

    Agreement
    The audio_realtekALC-100 script is for personal use only. Do not distribute
    the patch, any or all of the files or the resulting patched AppleHDA.kext
    for any reason without permission. The audio_realtekALC-100 script is
    provided as is and without any kind of warranty.

    This is an UNOFFICIAL audioRealtekALC script modified by FireWolf.
    with OS X El Capitan supported.
    Version: 1.0.5 BETA
    ===============================================================================
    IMPORTANT:
    Please make sure that you boot OS X El Capitan with the following kernel flags:
    kext-dev-mode=1
    rootless=0
    ===============================================================================
    File: File: UNOFFICIAL_audio_realtekALC-100.command_v1.0.5_BETA
    Confirm Realtek ALC892 (y/n): y
    Enable HD4600 HDMI audio (y/n): y
    Audio ID: 0 is not supported, continue (y/n): y

    Note
    Set Audio ID injection before restart; valid IDs are:
    1 – 3/5/6 port Realtek ALCxxx audio
    2 – 3 port (5.1) Realtek ALCxxx audio (n/a 885)
    3 – HD3000/HD4000 HDMI and Realtek ALCxxx audio (n/a 885/1150 & 887/888 Legacy)
    Caution: if Audio ID: 0 is not fixed, no audio after restart

    Download ALC892 files …
    % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current
    Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed
    100 25585 100 25585 0 0 79150 0 –:–:– –:–:– –:–:– 79210

    Preparing 10.11 ALC892 AppleHDA.kext_v272.18.1
    /Users/webspace/Desktop/audio_ALC892-10.11-archive deleted, too late
    /Users/webspace/Desktop/audio_ALC892-10.11-archive created, max 1 archive
    Patch binaries …
    OS X Version: 10.11 does not support HD46000 HDMI audio
    No system files were changed
    To save a copy of this Terminal session: Terminal/Shell/Export Text As …
    logout
    Saving session…completed.

    [Процесс завершен]

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  2. Sergey
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    Last login: Fri Jul 10 06:09:19 on ttys000
    /Users/webspace/Downloads/UNOFFICIAL_audio_realtekALC-100_v1.0.5.command ; exit;
    iMac-WEBSPACE:~ webspace$ /Users/webspace/Downloads/UNOFFICIAL_audio_realtekALC-100_v1.0.5.command ; exit;

    Agreement
    The audio_realtekALC-100 script is for personal use only. Do not distribute
    the patch, any or all of the files or the resulting patched AppleHDA.kext
    for any reason without permission. The audio_realtekALC-100 script is
    provided as is and without any kind of warranty.

    This is an UNOFFICIAL audioRealtekALC script modified by FireWolf.
    with OS X El Capitan supported.
    Version: 1.0.5 BETA
    ===============================================================================
    IMPORTANT:
    Please make sure that you boot OS X El Capitan with the following kernel flags:
    kext-dev-mode=1
    rootless=0
    ===============================================================================
    File: File: UNOFFICIAL_audio_realtekALC-100.command_v1.0.5_BETA
    Confirm Realtek ALC892 (y/n): y
    Enable HD4600 HDMI audio (y/n): y
    Audio ID: 0 is not supported, continue (y/n): y

    Note
    Set Audio ID injection before restart; valid IDs are:
    1 – 3/5/6 port Realtek ALCxxx audio
    2 – 3 port (5.1) Realtek ALCxxx audio (n/a 885)
    3 – HD3000/HD4000 HDMI and Realtek ALCxxx audio (n/a 885/1150 & 887/888 Legacy)
    Caution: if Audio ID: 0 is not fixed, no audio after restart

    Download ALC892 files …
    % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current
    Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed
    100 25585 100 25585 0 0 79150 0 –:–:– –:–:– –:–:– 79210

    Preparing 10.11 ALC892 AppleHDA.kext_v272.18.1
    /Users/webspace/Desktop/audio_ALC892-10.11-archive deleted, too late
    /Users/webspace/Desktop/audio_ALC892-10.11-archive created, max 1 archive
    Patch binaries …
    OS X Version: 10.11 does not support HD46000 HDMI audio
    No system files were changed
    To save a copy of this Terminal session: Terminal/Shell/Export Text As …
    logout
    Saving session…completed.

    [Процесс завершен]

    Reply
  3. Sean
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    I tried this and to no avail it just ket saying operation failed 🙁 running a z77-a with alc887 and AMD HD 7770 HDMI i7 3770 32 gigs… I got the HDMI alone to run or I can uninstall the applehda.kext (PAIN TO DO) and install voodoohda 2.8.8 d1 and get onboard ALC887 working but never both together

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    1. FireWolf Write
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      Hi Sean,

      Please use the latest version of Realtek ALC Audio script on toleda’s Github.

      This version only works under OS X El Capitan Developer Beta, which is obsolete.

      Cheers,
      FireWolf

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