myHack 3.2 BETA 8

This version is now deprecated, consult the myHack guide for a link to the latest version.

This version was downloaded 453716 times.

This has taken a lot longer than I anticipated to actually release. I have not had the time, energy or financial resources to dedicate more time to this project than a day here or there for many months. There are still more changes planned for the 3.2 milestone and I like to avoid releasing minor builds or revisions these days but in this case it is quite justified due to this years WWDC and the release of the 10.9 developer preview.

The download is available on the guide page.


  • Bugfix: Fixed “user canceled exiting error”.
  • Bugfix: Fixed (and improved) dialog icons.
  • Made MBR Patch optional (yes/no dialog).
  • Updated chameleon.
  • Added support for OS X 10.9 DP1.
  • Added TRIM enabler option – will enable TRIM support for all non-apple SSD’s.**
  • Other miscellaneous bugfixes and improvements.
**The TRIM enabler makes all changes in /Extra/ and does not modify /System/Library/Extensions/ at all. It works on all OS versions which support TRIM, though I am still waiting for confirmation that it works correctly on 10.9 DP1.


Make sure to read the release page for myHack 3.0, myHack3.1 & myHack 3.1.2 if you have not done so already, for a complete list of changes, contents and features.


Additional details of the myHack app’s contents, credits, and instructions are maintained on the guide page.

Feel free to post thank you comments and whatnot on this post but for support or to report a problem you encounter – please use the Forum or the #hackintosh channel on SojuGarden IRC.

OS X 10.9 (AKA Mavericks)

I am quite busy these days so I will keep this brief and let the following picture do most of the talking for me.

That is right, 10.9 DP1 installed with myHack 3.2 Beta

There are still some bugs, as all DP1’s always have. But I will be making a beta release of 3.2 soon so that the rest of you apple developers can begin playing for yourselves without the hassle of a completely manual installation.

The only thing not working OOB on my hackintosh using my existing Extra is audio. Skype constantly crashes (which is a 10.9/skype bug that happens on real Mac’s). Other than that the only issue I ran into was the installation could not reboot the system and I was forced to perform a hard shutdown via the power switch. I am writing this post from 10.9 right now.