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All-in-one kext for Realtek chip Wireless USB adapters. 1827.4.05142015 / 2.3.11


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Universal driver for Mac OS X 10.x.x.

Only one drive for many Wireless USB Adapters on the chip Realtek

The list of supported devices and chips:

"ASUS_USB-AC56"

"ASUS_USB-N10"

"ASUS_USB-N10E"

"ASUS_USB-N13"

"AboCom_8178"

"AboCom_8189"

"Abocom_0811"

"Abocom_88EU"

"Abocom_AC"

"Amigo"

"AzureWave"

"Belkin_1004"

"Belkin_1102"

"Belkin_2102"

"Belkin_2103"

"Belkin_F9L1106_v2"

"Belkin_F9L1106v2"

"Buffallo_25D"

"Buffallo_433DM"

"Compare-8010"

"Compare-8011"

"Corega"

"D-Link_DWA-131"

"D-Link_DWA-131E"

"DLINK_DWA123"

"DLINK_DWA125"

"DLINK_GO_USB_N150"

"DLink-DWA121"

"DLink-DWA123"

"DLink-DWA131B1"

"DLink-DWA132"

"DLink-DWA133"

"DLink-DWA135"

"Dlink_DWA-171"

"Dlink_DWA-172"

"Dlink_DWA-180"

"Dlink_DWA-182"

"Dlink_DWA-182_B1"

"Dlink_DWA-183"

"ELECOM WDC-150SU2M"

"ELECOM WDC-300SU2S"

"ELECOM_WDC-433DU2"

"Edimax_7811"

"Edimax_7822"

"Edimax_AC600"

"Edimax_EW-7811UAC"

"Edimax_EW-7822UAC"

"Edimax_GLP"

"EnGenius_AC"

"Feixun_90"

"Feixun_91"

"HP"

"Hawking_8811AU"

"Hawking_8812AU"

"Hawking_HW7ACU"

"Hawking_HWDN3"

"Hawking_HWUN4"

"Hercules_HWUm300"

"Hercules_HWUp150"

"IO_DATA"

"IO_DATA_AC433"

"IO_DATA_AC433UM"

"IO_DATA_WN-AC867U"

"Linksys_WUSB6300"

"Logitec"

"Logitec_LAN-W866ACU3"

"Loopcomm_ACA1"

"Netgear_A6100"

"Netgear_N300MA"

"Netgear_WNA1000M"

"Netgear_WNA3100M"

"NetweeN_91"

"PCI_BT-Micro3H2X"

"PCI_GW-300S"

"PCI_GW_USEco300"

"PCI_GW_USLight"

"PCI_GW_USNano2"

"PCI_GW_USValue_EZ"

"PCI_SW_WF02-AD15"

"Planex_GW-450S"

"Planex_GW-900D"

"RTL8188CTV"

"RTL8188CTV_0A8A"

"RTL8188CTV_8011"

"RTL8188CU"

"RTL8188CUS_1E1E"

"RTL8188CUS_2E2E"

"RTL8188CUS_5088"

"RTL8188CUS_Combo"

"RTL8188CUS_Combo_AFF8"

"RTL8188CUS_Combo_AFFB"

"RTL8188CUS_Combo_AFFC"

"RTL8188CUS_Solo"

"RTL8188CUS_VL"

"RTL8188CUS_solo_AFF7"

"RTL8188CUS_solo_AFF9"

"RTL8188CUS_solo_AFFA"

"RTL8188EU"

"RTL8188EU_ETV"

"RTL8188EU_VAU"

"RTL8188RU"

"RTL8188RU_Netcore"

"RTL8192CU"

"RTL8192CU_8177"

"RTL8192CU_8178"

"RTL8192EU"

"RTL8192EU-2"

"RTL8811AU"

"RTL8812AU"

"RTL8812AU-VL"

"RTL8812AU-VN"

"RTL8812AU-VS"

"Sitecom WLA-1100"

"Sitecom WLA-2100"

"Sitecom_WL365"

"Sitecom_WLA-2104"

"Sitecom_WLA1001v1"

"Sitecom_WLA2102"

"Sitecom_WLA4001"

"Sitecom_WLA7100"

"TEW_804UB"

"TEW_805UB"

"TPLink_8812"

"TP_Link"

"TrendNet_804B"

"TrendNet_805B"

"Trendnet_624D"

"Trendnet_648B"

"Western_AC"

"ZyXEL"

"ZyXEL_AC"

The package includes:

1.RtWlanU.kext

2.Wireless Network Utility

3.Icon app in the status bar

and a separate utility to delete old files.

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Extract.

2. Remove Old Files First(kext and Wireless Network Utility).

3. Install.

4. Select standard installation.

5. Restart.

6. Insert the adapter into the usb port.

7. Select your network and connect.

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Install:

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Status bar:

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Tested on TP-Link TL-WN725N-V2 OSX Yosemite 10.10.2,it’s worked!

Add new driver and new utility!

14.05.15 Compatible with 10.6.-10.8 Mountain Lion and 10.9-10.10 Yosemite.


What's New in Version 1827.4.05142015 / 2.3.11   See changelog

Released

  • Add new driver (1827.4.05142015) and new utility (2.3.11)! 14.05.2015



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On 11/1/2016 at 3:38 PM, otq09398 said:

Can you help me ?

I have osx sierra ( 10.12.1 ) with NETGEAR A6100 WiFi USB Mini Adapter - AC600 Dual Band - chipset: Realtek RTL8811AU

now I try to install all drivers but it doesn't work...

Please help me!

Best Regards

 

Hello otq09398, I hope that I have not come too late!  I have just managed to successfully install Sierra 10.12.2 and am also using the Netgear A6100 USB adapter.  After doing some googling on the chipset, I discovered this cached webpage with the following info regarding the adapter: 

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AC600 Dual Band WiFi USB Mini Adapter

Product page  Support page  Downloads

"2976452700" is silkscreened on the board in the FCC photos.

Per the FCC operational description, this device is using RTL8811AU.

The USB ID used in this entry is per Edimax's driver for the Edimax EW-7811UTC.


It appears it shares a chipset with an Edimax product. After searching for Edimax's drivers, I found that they DID in fact have an up-to-date MacOS driver for the EW-7811UTC. I've installed it with success on Sierra 10.12.2 on my Hackintosh. It can be found on this page, along with drivers for Windows and previous versions of MacOS. Here is the link to the MacOS 10.12 (Sierra) driver.  I've also attached the Zip file and listed two mirrors, in case the Edimax page is down, or the driver is removed.  

Mirror 1

Mirror 2

I hope you haven't given up!

EW7811UTC_MacOS10.12_Driver_1830.10.b4_1827.4.b22_DropDownMenu_5.0.3.b7.zip

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Hello,

 

I have boot on my first HACKINTOSH 10.11.3.

 

I have create a USB Boot from windows with Bootdisk Utility and Clover.

 

When my OS X El Capitan is installed, i have create my user account. I didn't install nothing. I want try to install my USB WIFI Driver (Netgear WMA3100M), but on the installation when you select wich components we need to install i can't select nothing.

 

Did i need install a requierement before ?

 

How can i have access to the log ?

 

Thanks :)

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On 6/20/2017 at 8:42 AM, ClemB said:

Hello,

 

I have boot on my first HACKINTOSH 10.11.3.

 

I have create a USB Boot from windows with Bootdisk Utility and Clover.

 

When my OS X El Capitan is installed, i have create my user account. I didn't install nothing. I want try to install my USB WIFI Driver (Netgear WMA3100M), but on the installation when you select wich components we need to install i can't select nothing.

 

Did i need install a requierement before ?

 

How can i have access to the log ?

 

Thanks :)

 

Hey,

 

Did you try asking on the forums :)?

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Thank you so much for this. Amazing that this works with TP-Link TL-WN821N on 10.12.6 when the manufacturer's own bundled driver doesn't!

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Tried 14.05.15 on High Sierra with an internal 8188CE and an USB 8192 stick.

Both did not work. It does not seem to install, even though the installer exits with a success message.

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i installed it but it didn't work with my 802.11n wifi usb adapter and after searching i found alfa utility which works with me but now the problem is that i can't uninstall the icon of usb of this package from my status bar so how to uninstall it??
and really thanks

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