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Ok so i recently updated to the S10 Enabler 1.1.16 and the mic WORKS! In order to gain control of the mic you need to install voodooHda.pref pane The only problem with the mic working is that the mic is always on and feeding to the monitor. You may say, not my mic! But it is on. Grab a pair of headphones and you will hear the mic being monitored. You can turn this off in the voodooHDA.pref pane in System Preferences , but the values do not get saved on wake or reboot! This was very annoying going into the System preferences on every boot. So here is a trick to stop that hassle! This is HOW-TO, but first remember........... *DO NOT INSTALL ANY KEXT FILES* *DO NOT INSTALL ANY KEXT FILES* *DO NOT INSTALL ANY KEXT FILES* *DO NOT INSTALL ANY KEXT FILES*
How to: 0. Install VoodooHDA.PrefPane 1. Open System Prefs and navigate to VoodooHDA pane....correct settings(iMix set to 0%) and (PCM set to 100%) 2. Download voodooHDA helper 3. Copy the application Voodoo HDA Helper to /Applications/Utilities/ 4. Copy the folder VoodooHDA to Your_OS_X_disk/Library/ 5. Add application Voodoo HDA Helper to list of login items in System Preferences > Accounts > Login Items I selected to hide @ Login
The mic changes will only take affect after Login takes place when the script loads ; so you will hear it as your computer boots until your desktop loads enjoy!!!
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Last edited by macabuzer on Wed Jul 14, 2010 8:21 am, edited 7 times in total.
Ok, very strange and sad, but I killed the system totally! Even a new installation on the same partition did not helped. I am to curious, but I learned very much about Terminal usage and package installation and so on.