AUDIO (ALC892) fix for Yosemite 1.0.1
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The new version of Yosemite majority of users does not work audio ALC892. This modified kext all repair and AUDIO working again like charm.

installation:

1. Run Kext Utility and wait for Enjoy message in console.

2. Drag and drop files kext Into Kext Utility window.

3. Wait for Enjoy message in console and restart.

4. Works all :)

misaon <3


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    Ondra Misák

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    I am Really Satisfied it works :rock::rock: on 10.10.2

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