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Re:Linux compatibility with Yoga C930

2021-01-05, 21:58 PM

And here's a newer thread with 7 more pages of fruitless efforts
https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Other-Linux-Discussions/Yoga-C930-audio-on-Linux/m-p/5042057?page=7#5222787

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Re:Linux compatibility with Yoga C930

2021-02-28, 0:17 AM

>   Thank you ! that's some very good ressources you provided their :) I'm trying to make the subwoofer works on macOS and all of this links have very valuable information in here! Obrigado !

 

 

You are welcome,

 

What is your version MACOS?

and Clover ... other boot?

 

Ruy

 

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Re:Linux compatibility with Yoga C930

2021-04-29, 2:33 AM

I'm glad to know that I'm not the only one fighting with these ridiculous issues.

 

I'm honestly sick and tired of Lenovo's complete lack of support toward the Yoga series, especially the C930.

 

I bought my C930 almost 2 years ago in hope for it to become my daily Linux driver, but not only does the microphone and half of the speakers not work on Linux, the battery is completely drained after not being used for a few weeks because disabling the "Always on USB" option in the BIOS is completely useless.

 

I rarely get this angry, much less in a public forums where my rant will fall onto deaf ears and won't help my problems get resolved at all, but I will make an effort to never use a Lenovo product again.

 

This is quite literally the worst purchase I've ever made, simply because Lenovo can't be bothered delivering complete, production-ready software.

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