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An Intel Wifi Adapter Kernel Extension for macOS, based on the OpenBSD Project.

  • Development Status

Only the non-encrypted Wi-Fi connection including mobile hotspot is currently supported. Wi-Fi SSID is hardcoded as Redmi and will auto-connect once the Kext is loaded.

WPA 4way-handshake has implemented, but encryption and decryption still have some issues that need to be fixed.

  • Supported Devices

https://openintelwireless.github.io/itlwm/Compat.html


Res:
https://github.com/zxystd/itlwm

Edited by iCanaro
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Il 12/4/2020 at 15:53, invisible00 ha scritto:

An Intel Wifi Adapter Kernel Extension for macOS, based on the OpenBSD Project.

  • Development Status

Only the non-encrypted Wi-Fi connection including mobile hotspot is currently supported. Wi-Fi SSID is hardcoded as Redmi and will auto-connect once the Kext is loaded.

WPA 4way-handshake has implemented, but encryption and decryption still have some issues that need to be fixed.

  • Supported Devices

3xxx: 3160, 3165, 3168

7xxx: 7260, 7265

8xxx: 8260, 8265

9xxx: 9260、9560、9462


Res:
https://github.com/zxystd/itlwm

Ciao, ho scoperto per caso ieri questo kext, ne esiste anche un altro chiamato AppleIntelWifi e fanno un lavoro che mai mi sarei aspettato. Siccome ho una Gigabyte con scheda Wifi integrata, ma che usa un'interfaccia proprietaria di Intel che mai sarebbe stata compatibile col Mac (CNVi), invece questi due kext la fanno miracolosamente funzionare. 
Oggi però improvvisamente kaput, con kext caricato non me la vede più in nessun modo, provato di tutto. Sicuramente è ancora in uno stadio beta e sono certo che avremo un kext perfettamente funzionante, certo però ieri funzionava (la connessione non perfettamente ma andava), oggi nulla boh. 
E' comunque un argomento da seguire.

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itlwm is for gen1 device, and itlwmx is for gen2 device. If you want to know how to use and how to know your device, please go to the DOC.

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@github-actionsThe latest five updates are:

HeliPort.dmg7.6 MB

 

 
 
 

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funziona!!

intel wifi AC9462

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itlwm

  1. Merged itlwmx to itlwm, itlwmx is now deprecated.
  2. Compressed firmware files, reduced itlwm size to 9.9 MB.
  3. Resolved an issue that causes the system to become unresponsive when uploading with P2P software.

A single itlwm.kext supports all the previously supported devices.

itlwm still needs to be used with Heliport and provides support for 10.12 and above systems.

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AirportItlwm Beta

  1. Supports all itlwm-supported devices.
  2. Supports native Wi-Fi selection and switching with WPA/WPA2/Unencrypted Wi-Fi Networks.
  3. Supports Location Services.
  4. Handoff and Universal Clipboard perfectly supported. (#292 (comment))

Known Issues and limitations

  • Handoff and Universal Clipboard are the only supported Continuity features.
  • Instant HotSpot from iPhone can be recognized but may likely fail to connect. Workaround: use itlwm.kext with HeliPort.
  • Apple Bluetooth peripherals may fail to connect. Workaround: use itlwm.kext with HeliPort or disable iCloud.
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On 9/17/2020 at 11:44 AM, iCanaro said:

itlwm

  1. Merged itlwmx to itlwm, itlwmx is now deprecated.
  2. Compressed firmware files, reduced itlwm size to 9.9 MB.
  3. Resolved an issue that causes the system to become unresponsive when uploading with P2P software.

A single itlwm.kext supports all the previously supported devices.

itlwm still needs to be used with Heliport and provides support for 10.12 and above systems.


testato proprio ieri sul mio elitebook. Per il momento sembra andare alla grande sia Wi-Fi che bt.

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