In the series “How to fix your development environment after an upgrade” ( referring to this and this post ) I present you;
“Fix your development environment after upgrade to El Capitan”
Continue reading “Bye Bye Yosemite – Hello El Capitan! — another post-upgrade fixing session”
Lucky enough to have a Macbook Pro 17″ with an ExpressCard/34 slot? Then you’re not lucky enough to have built-in USB 3.0. We can fix that! You need to spend about 10 to 15 USD. Interested? Read on! It took me months just to find this post which gave me a 10 minute solution.
Continue reading “USB 3.0 on Macbook Pro 2011”
Yosemite introduces a lot of great features. I personally love Handoff where you can start a document or e-mail on one device and seamlessly continue it on a different one. I already had it working between my iPhone 5s and iPad Air but soon found that my Macbook Pro did not comply to the technical requirements.
I got it working now! If you want to know how; then read on!
[update oct 2nd, 2015]
With 10.11 El Capitan I followed the instructions to re-enable Continuity and found that my WiFi stopped working (‘No WiFi Hardware Found’). Turns out, all I needed to do was to disable kext-signing check with
sudo nvram boot-args=kext-dev-mode=1
Continue reading “Bluetooth 4.0LE Upgrade for MacbookPro 17″ – Enable handoff, continuity and instant hotspot”