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Post by festano92 » 14 Sep 2019, 12:47

I updated the bios, installed again mojave, dropped the new acpi tables, patched dsdt from start and populated the patched folder. Now my pc is fully working
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Post by onemanosx » 14 Sep 2019, 13:14

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I updated the bios, installed again mojave, dropped the new acpi tables, patched dsdt from start and populated the patched folder. Now my pc is fully working
Congrats! So, I assume the old DSDT is causing the track pad issue somehow.
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Post by festano92 » 14 Sep 2019, 13:23

Yes-ish. The DSDT caused the kp, but In the method _CRS of TPD0, I always changed return(SBFI) in SBFG and returnconca....(SBFB, SBFI) in SBFB, SBFG. In my case , as the github documentation said, I needed only return(SBFI) and returnconcate...(SBFB,SBFI), for a working trackpad, and no other patches
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Post by onemanosx » 14 Sep 2019, 13:27

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returnconcate...(SBFB,SBFI), for a working trackpad,
That's polling mode.
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Post by festano92 » 14 Sep 2019, 13:45

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That's polling mode.
Yes that's right, I was a little bit confused because of other guides I read about other asus laptops :wallbash :wallbash :poke
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Post by onemanosx » 14 Sep 2019, 13:48

festano92, Asus are known for their buggy GPI0 hence most track pad only works in polling mode instead of the desired interrupt mode.

Enjoy your hack!
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Post by festano92 » 26 Sep 2019, 07:34

Hy guys, I tested better my hacky, and I found some issues. Fortunately they are not big problems.

-Hdmi audio doesn't work, and with HDMI my internal display has more contrast(not that much) while the external display have more brightness than normal (more brightness than my other pc desktop with Mojave, and more brightness than the internal display of my laptop. Seems to be in heaven, but I don't know maybe it's normal, my external monitor has a lot of brightness of it's own)

-Headphone output is terrible. It's distorted and the sound has very noisy texture. I wanted to try alcplugfix, but I don't understand how to use this fix. (I think I probably have alc295) <---This is the major problem of these 3, but still a marginal issues to me.

-Keyboard backlight works, but it has "levels problem"-->when I press Fn+Up, the brightness of keys increases of one level, when I release Fn+Up it increases of another level. So in total I have 3 levels of brightness out of 5 available(include off level). And every time I start Mojave I need to press Fn+Up first to "activate" shortcuts for brightness keys<--- I heard about keyboardpatchlevel, but how it works?

Do you have any advices/tips/guide?
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