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Description: Provides Bluetooth and WiFi functionality Includes: AirPort wireless cardc cable to connect AirPort card to logic boardc and plastic bracket for the AirPort card Compatibility: MacBookPro9c2 Mid 2012 (MD101LL/Ac MD102LL/A) Apple Part #: 076-1381c 661-6510c 922-9780 Printed Part #: 821-1312-02c 821-1312-Ac BCM94331PCIEBT4CAXExtra Description
Description: br - Provides Bluetooth and WiFi functionality br br Includes: br - Complete AirPort card assembly including AirPort wireless cardc cable to connect AirPort card to logic boardc and plastic bracket for the AirPort card. br br Compatibility: MacBook Pro 13 A1278 br - MacBookPro9c2 Mid 2012: MD101LL/A (2.5 GHz Core i5) br - MacBookPro9c2 Mid 2012: MD102LL/A (2.9 GHz Core i7) br br Identifying Numbers: br - Apple Part #: 076-1381c 661-6510c 922-9780 br - Printed Part #: 821-1312-02c 821-1312-Ac BCM94331PCIEBT4CAX
2011 Macbook Pro early 2011. I used this part to upgrade my Bluetooth to enable continuity and hand off. First off as far as installation goes it was pretty easy. I have done multiple other things inside my Mac. The only part to watch out for is replacing all the WiFi antenna connection points. Just be careful. brThen the second part was running a script to enable the new features. Even though you have the compatible hardwarec you still need to modify the kext to accomplish this. There is a great automated program that will do this for you so you dont have to open terminal and type in any scripts. https://goo.gl/OxexgN brI did have one issue that i had to work through and that was being able to disable System Integrity Protection (SIP). this is a new feature in OS 10.11 El Capitan. There are instructions in the forum that I put just abovec that will tell you how to do itc but when i followed the instructions and typed in the text in the terminalc it said that the command was not found. After doing some more research i found out it was probably and issue with my recovery partition. What i did was go into the app store and re-download the osX then go through the installation process.Note: this did not wipe the system and do a fresh installc it just essentially brought everything back to where it was supposed to be. (this may have been messed up when i was running the public beta version of El Capitan). Once the installation process was over I did the steps again to disable the System Integrity Protection (SIP). This time it worked and I was then able to run the automation to enable the hand off features. IT WORKED! brone last thingc i was curious about turning back on the System Integrity Protectionc and if it would negate the newly achieved hand off features.I turned it back on and everything works great still. This System Integrity Protectionc only stops the program to run that modified the kextc it does not stop the features from working once the modification has taken place.