trim enabler for 10.7.2

trim enabler for 10.7.2


in the middle of school exams + releasing an iPhone app atm

if you wanna try out beta for trim enabler for lion, here:
SSD utility test version

about the only thing that works in that version is “Enable trim” button, it will generate a TRIM kext at your desktop. install it with kexthelper and see if it works, and report back here.

note that this is in-development, don’t try on your work computer.

if something goes wrong, it’s easy to restore in Lion, boot backup partition and use terminal to mount mac hd, copy kext from backup partition to mac hd extension folder. if you don’t know what “cp”, “cd” and “terminal” is, then don’t try this at home kids.

33 Comments

  1. Ludor 4 years ago

    Wish you luck with all your tasks, man.

  2. joel 4 years ago

    the script worked, running MBP 5.4 with Vertex 2 but your SSD utility says that trim hasn’t been enabled but in Sysstem preferences is says: TRIM: Yes. Runnign OSX Lion 10.7.2

  3. Tim 4 years ago

    I thought version 2.0 will work without replacing kext!? When will we see the final version? :)

  4. Author
    Cindori 4 years ago

    It’s already working without replacing kext.

    Earlier TRIM Enabler distributed a pre-hacked kext which it installed. This was troublesome, because if you updated to a new OS version and repatched, you installed an old kext.

    this version copy’s your OWN kext to desktop, and patches it live. that way it makes sure you always have the correct version of the kext, and it makes sure Trim enabler will work on future OS updates.

    hopefully the finished version will edit the kext right in your extensions folder, however I am finding this is troublesome to do in Objective-C because of permissions. so for now it copies it to the desktop first.

  5. Denis 4 years ago

    Worked seamless
    Intel SSD 320 160G
    Thanx!

  6. Marcel 4 years ago

    I own a Macbook 6.1 with Samsung 470 SSD and it worked.

    I keep my fingers crossed because it’s my main computer.

  7. ern 4 years ago

    Works OK with my Intel X25-M G2 and MB 466

  8. Aaron K. 4 years ago

    What is different between TRIM Enabler 2.0 and TRIM Enabler 1.2?

    If you have a non-Apple SSD (like Intel 320), do you need TRIM Enabler on Mac OS X Lion?

  9. Author
    Cindori 4 years ago

    See my above comment.

    Yes.

    If you already have patched with old patcher, install new OS update or reinstall current before you patch.

  10. murphy2021 4 years ago

    Works fine here, macbook pro 2011 13′.

    Strange things, sound is not working anymore after (like if there is no sound card in the mac). Booting on recovery partition, and repair permissions fix the problem at the next boot, but sound problem comes back after …

    Except that problem, everything is working well, Thanks for your job and good luck for your exams.

    Thanks,

  11. aa 4 years ago


    murphy2021:

    Works fine here, macbook pro 2011 13′.
    Strange things, sound is not working anymore after (like if there is no sound card in the mac). Booting on recovery partition, and repair permissions fix the problem at the next boot, but sound problem comes back after …
    Except that problem, everything is working well, Thanks for your job and good luck for your exams.
    Thanks,

    There was this bug on at least 10.7.1 so I don’t think it’s related to TRIM Enabler.

  12. aa 4 years ago

    Works fine with 10.7.2 and OCZ Vertex 3

  13. Ron Williams 3 years ago

    Back in August installed a Crucial 256GB SSD in my ’08 MBP. I installed your 1.2 Trim Enabler and Voila, About-This-Mac showed trim enabled. Somewhere between then and now an update apparently updated the kernel and deleted the update.

    I just installed your 1.7.2 next update – and TRIM Support again shows “Yes”.

    Thank you.

    BTW – be fascinated to see your source code.

    Cheers!

  14. spiderben25 3 years ago

    Works fine with MBP 13″ 2010 and Crucial M4 128GB rev9

  15. jadaka 3 years ago

    It doesn’t work as on 25/10 might have been some update.

  16. jadaka 3 years ago

    It doesn’t work as on 25/10 on 2010 MBP something might have changed.

  17. jadaka 3 years ago

    Never mind i take it back It work. Can you please list the files it modifies in .kext. We can only backup those files. Or make it output a log. Thanks for great work.

  18. niewiesznic 3 years ago

    Hello,
    When can we expect full version ? I don’t want to do this on my MB Pro since it is my work computer.
    Take care,

    P.

  19. Wolfgang 3 years ago

    … anybody at home?

  20. Author
    Cindori 3 years ago

    “full version” will not work any differently except not having to use kexthelper, and provide a “restore” function.

    as for the “hack” it’s fully implemented in this version.

  21. Marvin 3 years ago

    Can someone please post a link to a version of KextHelper that works fine with OSX Lion? Thx.

  22. Fennec72 3 years ago

    seams to work fin with OCZ Vertex 2,
    but there is no information in the SMART panel.

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