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CoolStar
iOS, Windows, macOS and Linux app & kernel driver dev. Patches x86_64 assembly on the side. 19.
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CoolStar 1m
I like when the Siri suggestion happens to be relevant even though it’s actually random
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CoolStar 13h
Replying to @satropuk
been a while, yeah. I'm starting to get into App Store development myself these days -- jailbreak seems quite dead now
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CoolStar 13h
Replying to @satropuk
knew you'd like it! One of the best electro swing IMO
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CoolStar 13h
Replying to @satropuk
this one's pretty good
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CoolStar 18h
I've switched my stance on all my projects to "bugfixes only" for now because of how dead the scene is
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CoolStar Aug 18
Replying to @Koguma396
NVIDIA Graphics card can work but for compute only in macOS. 3D rendering is only on Intel
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CoolStar Aug 18
Replying to @CohadeMarie
Yes, should’ve been in the last update but not sure why it wasn’t in there. I’ll make sure it’s fixed on the next one
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CoolStar Aug 18
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CoolStar Aug 18
Replying to @ArtikusHG
I downgraded to Sober Sierra a while back but k
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CoolStar Aug 18
Replying to @GetExposedYT
You’ll want to get a BCM4352 wifi card to swap the Intel one with
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CoolStar Aug 18
Replying to @coolstarorg
Laptops confirmed working on so far: Lenovo Yoga 720 Dell XPS 13 9560 Asus Zenbook UX305CA Acer Chromebook C720 With more to come soon :)
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CoolStar Aug 18
Replying to @coolstarorg
If your device has a precision touchpad, it most likely will support multitouch. If it has an I2C HID device in device manager it’s eligible
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CoolStar Aug 18
Those with Haswell, Broadwell, Skylake or Kaby Lake laptops looking to hackintosh, your laptop touchpad may have multitouch in macOS soon ;)
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CoolStar Aug 18
Replying to @Frankie_CydiaJB
Admittedly though, the reason it works so well is because I wrote drivers for it 😂
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CoolStar Aug 18
Replying to @Frankie_CydiaJB
Lenovo Yoga 720 15″ i7-7700HQ + 16 GB RAM + 512 GB NVMe SSD + Intel HD 630 + NVIDIA GTX 1050 + BCM4352 WiFi
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CoolStar Aug 18
Replying to @Frankie_CydiaJB
laptop
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CoolStar Aug 18
Finally got my hackintosh mostly functional :D (Only have some minor issues with the Thunderbolt 3 port)
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CoolStar Aug 17
Replying to @DennisBednarz
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Sergey Philippov Apr 18
Replying to @JonyIveParody
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CoolStar Aug 16
newer skylake/kabylake thinkpads should take any card as long as it's lenovo branded
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