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Old Sep 19, 2014, 06:12 PM   #3951
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Which method did you use? MLPostFactor or SFOTT+Kexts?

MLPostFactor ˇˇ I also tried Sfott With mavericks but I wanst able to set up the kexts
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Old Sep 19, 2014, 10:07 PM   #3952
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Mavericks handle graphics a little differently, so it's not possible to just replace kexts like in ML. And even though hackerwayne wrote here that X1600 was fixed for Mavericks, none has been released AFAIK.

SFOTT is less a "method" and more just an automated way to create a bootable install disk, by replacing boot.efi and bypassing the HW checks. So it shouldn't really be compared to MLPF. The "method" that makes the computer run is Tiamo's boot.efi and replaced kexts (graphics+audio).

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Old Sep 20, 2014, 05:07 AM   #3953
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Mavericks handle graphics a little differently, so it's not possible to just replace kexts like in ML. And even though hackerwayne wrote here that X1600 was fixed for Mavericks, none has been released AFAIK.

SFOTT is less a "method" and more just an automated way to create a bootable install disk, by replacing boot.efi and bypassing the HW checks. So it shouldn't really be compared to MLPF. The "method" that makes the computer run is Tiamo's boot.efi and replaced kexts (graphics+audio).

Yep I tried a Lil bit With both metods to see if I was able to reach something, ML is enough for me in that Macbook pro so Im stayingˇˇ thanks again 4 all the info you post hereˇˇ
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Old Sep 22, 2014, 01:10 PM   #3954
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To anyone else getting the iMessage and facetime contact customer service with this customer code message when trying to log in to IMessage or Facetime just call apple. They said it's a security measure on apples end. Didn't have to do anything other then tell them the number and boom problem solved
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Old Sep 25, 2014, 09:02 PM   #3955
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To anyone else getting the iMessage and facetime contact customer service with this customer code message when trying to log in to IMessage or Facetime just call apple. They said it's a security measure on apples end. Didn't have to do anything other then tell them the number and boom problem solved
Yes! This also worked for me, and unlocked everything, including all the iCloud stuff that wouldn't work before (synced iCloud Safari pages, history, passwords, etc).
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