Archive for January, 2011

Verizon iPhone

Hey guys, so as you probably have guessed, I will be getting the Verizon iPhone. I  have my iPod Touch 3rd Gen (32gb) which I use for almost anything and everything. However, I have yet to own a smartphone, so once the iPhone came to verizon, I had my mind set on getting one. Here is the information that is available (most of this is old, but there is also new information: The Verizon iPhone 4 will be a CDMA EVDO based version, with a modified antenna, relocating one of the “gaps” to the top of the phone, and moving the silence/sound switch down a little. The hardware will remain the same inside the iPhone (A4 processor, 512mb of ram, retina display, etc). There is obviously no micro sim slot on the right side of the bezzel, since the CDMA technology is all built inside the iPhone itself. The major news that hit yesterday and today is that Verizon will carry over its $29.99/month data package for unlimited data to the iPhone. However, there is a catch: on the iPhone FAQ page (on verizon’s website), it said that the data package is “available for a limited time” only. There is no information on a date when this “limited time offer” will expire, if it will expire at all, or if they will start a tiered data table only for the iPhone. My guess is that they will create a tiered data package table that will be spread across all the smartphones Verizon will offer, including all Android-based devices, Blackberries, and maybe even basic feature phones. All of this is very unclear and remains in the gray area. Only time will really tell what the packages will end up turning into or if they will change at all. For more information about the latest news on the iphone 4 for Verizon, visit the Verizon iPhone Homepage or the iPhone FAQ

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Asus Hackintosh-Updating to 10.6.6

Hey Guys, I know I have been lacking on posts lately, so I will try to resume more frequently as soon as I get back from vacation on the 17th. Anyway, I had some time on the flight, so I figured out how to update to 10.6.6.

1) If you do not have the 10.6.5 kernel anymore (the 10.4.0 kernel), then go back to my blog and download the link to the package I have hosted. Once you do, move the 10.6.5 Kernel (located within the 10.6.5 Kernel folder) to the desktop.

2) Backup the AppleIntelGMA950.kext, the AppleIntelIntegratedFrameBuffer.kext, and the IO802Family.kextYou can simply just make a folder on your desktop to keep it simple.

3) Run the 10.6.6 Combo Update, but when it prompts you to restart your netbook, minimize or hide the window.

4) Then follow the command line prompts I have said to use, which i will repost below:
*sudo -s (and then enter password)*cd /*mv mach_kernel mach_kernel_1062*cp ~/Desktop/mach_kernel_atom /* mv /mach_kernel_atom mach_kernel*chown 0:0 mach_kernel
The “*” above are not what you type into terminal, they are just bullet points.

5) Go back to the 10.6.6 Combo Update window and click the restart button. Once the computer boots back up, replace the kexts you backed up to the /system/library/extentions folder.

6) Go to the root of your Macintosh HD drive and run pfix. Once this is done, restart your computer and you should be completely updated to 10.6.6
NOTE: Some people are saying that there have been some problems with the Sleep feature on the hackintosh. If you fear that this may happen, I would recommend backing up your SleepEnabler.kext file as well and restoring it with the other kexts after updating.
Hope this helps. Post any comments, questions or concerns and I will reply as soon as I can, as I am away on vacation this week.

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2010 in review. Thanks for the support!

Hey guys! I just got all the data of how my blog did last year. This is the first year the blog was up, so I think it was extremely sucessful. Thanks for all the support and help along the way. Please continue to follow the blog and post any comments or suggestions.

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The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow.

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A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 3,300 times in 2010. That’s about 8 full 747s.

 

In 2010, there were 16 new posts, not bad for the first year! There were 6 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 2mb.

The busiest day of the year was November 30th with 200 views. The most popular post that day was Hackintosh-Asus 1005ha/1005hab, etc Part 1-Preparing USB.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were insanelymac.com, blogsurfer.us, facebook.com, en.wordpress.com, and youtube.com.

Some visitors came searching, mostly for 1005hab hackintosh, 1005ha hackintosh, “hackintosh asus 1005ha”, pfix terminal code, and 1005ha 10.6.5.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.

1

Hackintosh-Asus 1005ha/1005hab, etc Part 1-Preparing USB November 2010

2

Hackintosh 1005HA/1005HAB, etc Part 4-Updating to 10.6.4 and 10.6.5 November 2010
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3

Asus Hackintosh December 2010

4

Hackintosh 1005ha/1005hab, etc Part 2-Installing Snow Leopard November 2010
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Hackintosh 1005HA/1005HAB, etc Part 3-First Boot and Kext Installation November 2010