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RemzibiOSD For Naza

Categories:FPV June 26, 2017

I tied to used an old OSD(short by on-screen display) with my phantom2,remzibi osd, but it's a stolen solution from a genuine author I've just known, that's a shame. Consequently, it has some issue about updating the new firmware for Naza, so it still needs the decoder board.
I've soldered it over and over again, those procedures drove me crazy…
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Dell d630 with Sierra hackintosh microphone tuning

Categories:黑苹果 June 1, 2017

Thanks to this entire manual I could installed Sierra to my old laptop: http://forum.osxlatitude.com/index.php?/topic/8645-dell-latitude-d630-with-core2duo-and-nvidia-quadro-nvs-135m-el-capitansierra/

There was a little bit issue when I try to use the microphone. The playback was too loud and noisy. After tuning two values it got a clear sound:
Right click on /Library/Extensions/VooDooHDA.kext "Show package contents", "contents", copy Info.plist to desktop, modify "Boost" integer from "1" to "0", "Rec" integer from "70" to "30", close it and drop back, close all opened window, then open the well-known "Kext Utility" after done, reboot.

Install a MTK7601 chip based usb Wi-Fi stick on Sierra

Categories:黑苹果 May 30, 2017

In my case, the USB wireless adapter is a cheap EDUP EP-MS8552S. And I was confused about why the official installation for osx could not put the kext files to the right place. So here is my method:

1.Download EP-N8551 Driver from Official (MacOS10.11 the latest, You'll get MT7612_7610U_D5.0.1.25_SDK1.0.2.18_UI5.0.0.27_20151209.dmg)
2.Download Pacifist for extract RT2870USBWirelessDriver.kext from mounted dmg file USB wireless-Install.pkg.

  1. Download kext utility and install the kext from step 2.
  2. Install USB wireless-Install.pkg then reboot the OS.
  3. Enjoy.

OS X优盘制作命令

Categories:黑苹果 May 10, 2017

sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Sierra --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app --nointeraction