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[Guide] - Brightness Hotkey Remapping

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Now my acpi debug work..but when i put the brightness controll code it doesn't work...i has changed to ps2k and ps2m but not work ....im using voodoops2controll..

ps:just delete .zip on dsdt file to open

DSDT.aml.zip

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[ref]mustaqim10[/ref], This method only works with voodoops2controller.kext


You are using a different keyboard driver.

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if ppl use ApplePS2SmartTouchPad.kext


use it

into method label _Q11 replace_content
begin
// Brightness Down\n
Notify (PS2K, 0x20)\n
end;

into method label _Q12 replace_content
begin
// Brightness Up\n
Notify (PS2K, 0x10)\n
end

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Dear Maldon



I Use Your Remaping Text with Appleps2smartTouchpad.kext


Working for me 100% Thanks :cap


into method label _Q8E replace_content

begin

// Brightness Down\n

Notify (PS2K, 0x20)\n

end;


into method label _Q8F replace_content

begin

// Brightness Up\n

Notify (PS2K, 0x10)\n

end

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Hi guys! I have an issue here: I am following the tutorial but, when I get to the Console part, the system log returns an error when I press brightness up or down. It's not mapping the keys. Any ideas? Thank you for your time and help.

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Hi guys! I have an issue here: I am following the tutorial but, when I get to the Console part, the system log returns an error when I press brightness up or down. It's not mapping the keys. Any ideas? Thank you for your time and help.

if your debug patch are done correctly, you can also use these codes in terminal

 

  log show | grep -i acpidebug

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Never mind, I found out what the problem was! I did the tutorial again and voilá! My brightness keys are working. Thanks a lot. :)

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Thank you very much. Your guide is very helpful and resolves the problem of brightness control on my laptop :guitar:guitar:guitar

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Hi,

I came here because F1 and F2 are showing the level on the screen, the problem is that they are not really changing the brightness level at all. The max and minimum level are the same.

The problem following this guide is there's no brightness slider like in my High Sierra Hackintosh laptop (see attached image).

What should I do first?

Thanks

No brightness slider.png.zip

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Thanks, it worked but no box for the "automatic..." (attach image)

that way it's also ok to start with the tutorial?

 

Yes, you can follow the tutorial to map your hotkeys.

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Is it possible for you to take a look of why ACPI patch is not applying properly? I tried patching it with latest MaciASL and verified that ACPIDebug.kext loaded but I was not seeing any ACPIDebug output in the system log.

Thanks.

BIOS DSDT.aml.zip

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