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The adapter worked fine with Big Sur thanks to the Asix USB Device Installer app. I tried to remove and reinstall the Asix driver but with Monterey the device is not even showing up in the Network preferences.

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2- after restart open application folder and selecting the file ASIX_USB_Device_App and right select on it and chose show package content then contents then SystemExtensions and copy the file name with com.asix.dext.usbdevice.dext to desktop and replace (.dext with kext ) and save with use .kext because this is the driver file (com.asix.dext.usbdevice.kext)

I have a USB wifi adaper tp-link model TL-WN725N. It was working fine but suddenly today it's saying that "No wifi adapters found". So I tried installing a driver from this page. But the installation failed. make all command wasn't compiling then I checked the website again. In the website it says, Operating System: Linux (kernel 2.6.18 3.19.3). But my kernal is 5.11.0-25-generic. And the USB device finds all the wifi that are available. But it can't connect to them. What can I do now?

Update: We just have checked this Tp link 725n (150MBPS 802.11n) adapter on Ubuntu OS, and we found, there is no driver required. It starts working when we plug into the computer. Installs driver automatically in the background. I have experienced this and I want to share it with here.

Important note: There are some USB Wi-Fi adapters that require additional software from your USB Wi-Fi adapter manufacturer. We suggest you get in touch with the USB Wi-Fi adapter manufacturer or refer to your user manual, so you can attain the necessary device drivers. In this example, we are using the Edimax USB Wi-Fi Adapter Network Manager to connect. This may vary for your specific USB Wi-Fi adapter. Also, macOS or OS X can be restrictive. Some users will find issues adding connections to their mac. In these cases, get in touch with your network adapter manufacturer for further support.

Step 1: Connect your USB Wi-Fi adapter through a USB port to your Mac. Install the necessary drivers for your USB Wi-Fi network adapter. Some USB Wi-Fi adapters may require you to restart your Mac.

Unfortunately, this isn't a public KPI. There was at one point a "leaked" header file, and there have been some efforts to reverse engineer it by the Hackintosh crowd. I don't know if anyone has actually got a driver working based on that.

Any manufacturer-provided 3rd party wifi drivers I've seen have skipped IO80211Controller and simply subclassed IOEthernetController directly, (re-)implementing any wifi-specific stuff directly in the driver. Any UI for selecting the SSID etc. will need to go through a custom App and can't use Apple's own wifi UI in the Network preference pane or in the menu bar icon. This is likely to be quite a lot of work, but it's definitely possible.

Note that implementing USB network device drivers in kexts is deprecated as of macOS 10.15 Catalina, and any such kext will likely stop working in 10.16. You should be using DriverKit for targeting future versions of macOS.

I restart infrequently so this is, at worst, a mild inconvenience to me - one which I have neither the time nor desire to research/devise a solution. If a solution is possible, it would likely involve Automator, startup scripts, Terminal, and/or modifications to configuration files which could impact system stability (which is why Apple essentially made them off-limits when they introduced System Integrity Protection in macOS Sierra). Furthermore, I'm all-too-familiar with the sparsity of resources on this topic, and it's just not worth it for me. If someone knows or finds a way to address this issue, by all means, share in the comments section I'll link to it at the appropriate spot in the tutorial (with appropriate citation, of course).

The Amazon link you have to the Dongle: Kinivo BTD-300 (11 USD on Amazon) is directing to CAESGE Headphone Jack Adapter Dongle for Phone 8/X/XS MAX/XR/8Plus/7/7 Plus Plus. Is this what you used?

All of these adapters are compatible with Windows PCs and several also work with Linux. None of them have official drivers for macOS versions later than 10.15 (and some don't even have that), because the chipset vendors don't bother to support macOS. An enterprising independent programmer has developed macOS 11 and macOS 12 drivers(Opens in a new window) for many of the adapters we've reviewed, but you should yse these at your own risk. Adapters also likely won't work with other home electronics, as they require the right drivers.

In October, we wrote about a driver combability issue (which you can read about in our previous blog post) and this new DriverKit restores functionality for these adapters in macOS 12.x Monterey.

We are going to use this new blog post to provide driver updates, and continue tracking issues with macOS 12.x, so stay tuned to this spot. Click the button below to download the .zip file, then scroll down to the Uninstall the Old Drivers section below to for instructions to uninstall your old drivers before moving on to installation.

NOTE - The steps and drivers provided here are tested with the USB3-E1000 and USBC-E1000 adapters made by Plugable only. Please reach out to manufacturer of your adapter directly for products not made by Plugable.

At this time, we are not aware of any issues with the 2.0.0 DEXT implementation. Previous examples of problems on macOS 11.X Big Sur with the ASIX 1.3.0 DEXT driver are provided below. If you encounter any additional issues that you can reproduce, please let us know the steps to reproduce the problem and work with ASIX on investigating the behavior.

Are Ethernet Adapters from other brands affected by this OS update? Yes, all brands of USB Ethernet Adapters that use ASIX chips and drivers are affected. This includes Amazon, Anker, Dell, Uni, UGREEN, Cable Matters, etc. Regardless of brand, if the adapter uses ASIX USB to Ethernet technology that requires external driver installation for a network connection, it will no longer function as expected after updating to macOS 11 without a DEXT Driver Extension as ASIX has provided.

Is this a temporary or permanent situation? We expect that with the new DEXT driver solution, there should be minimal impact on the utilization of ASIX AX88179-based Ethernet adapters going forward. In addition, this driver package should remain long-term functional outside of any behaviors potentially introduced via a macOS update.

Are there any other options to add a wired network connection to my macOS 11 system? Yes! Wired Ethernet solutions utilizing common Realtek ICs are fully functional as they rely on drivers built into the OS and require no further installation from an end-user.

If the driver is installed successfully, you should be able to find the wifi adapter under Network Settings -> Wifi section. You can also check the list of available interfaces using the following command:

To get a smooth start together with our video kits you will need to have the DisplayLink driver installed on your laptop. The driver for which is already on your computer if you have Windows 10 (1607) Anniversary Update or later. Drivers for other operating systems can be found here:

The registry key containing the link keys may only be accessed by the SYSTEM account, which cannot be logged into. Therefore, you will need Microsoft's PsExec tool from the official Windows Sysinternals site in order to run regedit.exe as SYSTEM.

If the path shown in the error message contains a symlink, then obexd by default will not accept it. The behavior can be overridden on initialization using a drop-in file for the obex.service user service:

Starting with v5.9, the kernel Bluetooth stack tries to use link-layer privacy on BLE connections. If the device works after pairing but does not survive a reboot or suspend, it is probably because of this.

If you cannot find the latest version driver (or firmware) for Windows, you can copy the latest firmware file /usr/lib/firmware/mediatek/BT_RAM_CODE_MT7961_1_2_hdr.bin.xz from Arch Linux and extract to Windows (e.g. C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\, you can find the firmware file path in the device manager on Windows).

**UPDATE 2: ASIX has provided a final release driver for use with macOS 10.15.3 (Catalina) only due to updated notarization requirements from Apple as of February 2, 2020. After thorough vetting and testing in coordination with ASIX, we have updated our download links to this 2.16.0 final release build from the previous 2.15.0 and 2.15.0-Beta 1 builds both on this blog post and our driver page for affected devices.

We are leaving the original post below as it is for posterity, and recommend using the final driver set below for our USB3-E1000, and USBC-E1000 adapters. Please feel free to reach out to us directly via our contact email below, or post in the comments section with any questions or concerns you may have.

(Please note, these drivers and instructions are intended only for our Plugable manufactured adapters. If your adapter is from another manufacturer, we would suggest to reach out to that company directly for support.)

**UPDATE 1: ASIX has provided a final release driver for use with macOS 10.15 (Catalina) only. After thorough vetting and testing in coordination with ASIX, we have updated our download links to this 2.15.0 final release build from the previous Beta 1 build both on this blog post and our driver page for affected devices.

The installation of macOS 10.15 Catalina will disable older drivers for some devices and devices which rely on these drivers will no longer function until a compatible driver is reinstalled. Most Plugable products are not affected by this, with the exception of our USB Ethernet adapters that use ASIX Gigabit Ethernet chips (models: USBC-E1000, USB3-E1000, USB2-E1000, and USB2-E100).


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