Samsung Series 7 Slate/Tablet Hacked to Run Mac OS X Lion

Samsung's Series 7 Slate / Tablet for Windows 7, has been hacked to run a Hackintosh version of Mac OS X Lion.A user on the tonymacx86 forums revealed that he is working on a Samsung Series 7 Slate with Lion UniBeast USB KEY Install method.The user highlights the tools he has used in the process:"8GB […]

Samsung's Series 7 Slate / Tablet for Windows 7, has been hacked to run a Hackintosh version of Mac OS X Lion.

A user on the tonymacx86 forums revealed that he is working on a Samsung Series 7 Slate with Lion UniBeast USB KEY Install method.

The user highlights the tools he has used in the process:

"8GB USB KEY, mini-HDMI to HDMI cable/adapter, USB Keyboard and mouse. After you make a UniBeast USB key you have some space still left on it so I made a folder and downloaded MultiBeast 4.1.0: Lion Edition.

Installation method: UniBeast USB KEY http://tonymacx86.blogspot.com/2011/10/unibeast-install-mac-os-x-lion-using.html"

Samsung Series 7 Hacked to run OS X Lion

He further details that "Bluetooth: OOB, connects to Apple keyboard and Trackpad and works like a charm. Sound: VoodooHDA 0.2.7.3 kind of works. And, the Touch-screen and Wacom pen: are both recognized OOB."

However, he describes he couldn't get the Bootloader from MultiBeast to boot the tablet.

Here is the video demonstrating the OS X Lion on Samsung Series 7:

He details the steps:

>To ENTER BIOS hold down the windows home key and press the power button.<
>>To Switch from tab to tab hold down the button BELOW the power button and use the volume keys to toggle across.<<
>>>To scroll up and down the tabs use the volume buttons.<<<
>>>>Select option by pressing button BELOW the power button<<<<

THIS PORTION YOU WILL SEE ON THE TABLET SCREEN
BIOS SETTINGS
1) BIOS: SysInfo

2) BIOS: Advanced>
CPU Power Saving Mode [Enabled]
Hyperthreading [Enabled]
EBD (Execute Disable Bit) [Enabled]
Legacy USB Support [Enabled]

UEFI Boot Support [Enabled]
AHCI Mode Control [Manual]
set AHCI Mode [Enabled]

USB S3 Wake-up [Enabled]

3)BIOS: Boot>
Set Boot Priority
1.USB KEY

Save and Restart.

You will see iBoot load up and show USB. Press enter on your keyboard.
After the Apple boot screen loads the screen will switch to the mini-HDMI to HDMI connected screen.

Use Disck Utility to Partition the internal SSD to Mac OS Extended (Journaled), Options:GUID Partition Table

Install Lion. This will take about 15-20min or so. Restart (might need a cold boot)

Iboot will now show your new installed LION. Select and press enter.

The tablet might currnel panic, but after 2 restarts it went right in to LION.

Run MultiBeast for Audio select. Drivers & Bootloaders>Audio>Universal>VoodooHDA 0.2.7.3

Shut down.

Power back on. Iboot go in to LION.

The touch screen is now working, watch the video below: