How To Install OS X Lion 10.7.2 On Samsung Series 7 Slate
Mac OS X has been already been running on non-Apple computers before with the help of some tricks, but today we’re showing you an impressive port a developers has reported on tonymacx86. Who has been able to run OS X Lion 10.7.2 on his Samsung Series 7 Slate, or he calls it now “HacPro Touch”. The point is that an external monitor such as a TV is needed to run Lion successfully.
Before you go through we’d like to warn you that messing with the inner workings of any devices is a complex process that requires at least a basic understanding of computer software and programming. The port is also a work in progress, currently only allowing Lion to be booted from the USB drive. Proceed at your own risk.
What you require to repeat the process with your own Samsung slate, read now:
In order to get started you’ll need an 8GB (minimum size) USB Lion key. This requires a purchased copy of the OS X Lion software and the UniBeast utility, which you can download here. The download page may require a sign up for an account at tonymacx86.com for the download link to work. Once downloaded, now create the USB key by just following the instructions found here. Make sure to also create a second folder on your USB drive with the downloaded MultiBeast file as well. And need it to configure audio options later.
* mini-HDMI to HDMI adapter and HDMI cable
* USB Keyboard
* USB Mouse
Step 1 : Connect the Samsung Slate to a TV using the mini-HDMI to HDMI adapter and HDMI cable.
Step 2: Now hold down the windows home button and press the power button.
When you see the BIOS options on your slate. You can toggle through each tab by holding the button below the power button and use the volume keys to move across.
BIOS: Advanced :-
CPU Power Saving Mode [Enabled]
EBD (Execute Disable Bit) [Enabled]
Legacy USB Support [Enabled]
UEFI Boot Support [Enabled]: Select ‘Option 1. USB Key’ on the Set Boot Priority
AHCI Mode Control : This should be set to “Manual”
set AHCI Mode [Enabled]
Exit : Save and Restart
Step 3: Press “Enter” on your keyboard when you see iBoot load up and show USB
Step 4: Use the Disk Utility to partition the internal SSD to Mac OS Extended. Choose the following option: GUID Partition Table
Step 5: Install Lion, then restart it
Step 6: iBoot will load up once again, but show Lion now. Press ‘enter’ on your Keyboard
Step 7: Run MultiBeast to select Audio. Select the following option: Drivers & Bootloaders > Audio > Universal > VoodooHDA 0.2.7.3
Step 8: Now shut down
Step 9: Power back on then select Lion. There are some system settings, so you may want to wait while they all get worked correctly. After one, a few restarts may be necessary for Lion to boot up normally. Wifi might not work for some time.
Watch the developer video with full instructions!
If you followed these steps correctly will allow you to use Lion OD through your Slate on your external monitor. via