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[REQUEST] Lenovo G505S (83CNxxWW) Whitelist Removal
#31
Hi I have a G505s I have been trying to get an Intel Wireless N-7260 card working but ran into this same issue. I was wondering if anyone could remove the whitelist in my BIOS for me, it's a bit far in over my head to attempt it. And maybe include directions on how to install the BIOS? Thankyou!!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/urvqkecdp6mb3b...9.rom?dl=0

Here is the BIOS.
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#32
Here You go :

http://rghost.net/6Rx6xXc6B

let me know
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#33
Tried to run it, following instructions from top link, came up with an error 201, cannot execute on this platform FPT.exe

edit: yes its an AMD A8-5550M
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#34
(11-01-2014, 01:16 PM)bmcsky96 Wrote: . . .


Here You go :

http://rghost.net/8CmBhSSML

Let me know
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#35
(01-03-2014, 08:32 PM)Xerise Wrote: Hello, Could someone please remove the wifi whitelist from my laptops bios?

Dear friend, although I don't know how to remove a WiFi whitelist from your laptops proprietary BIOS,
you could just get a Coreboot open source BIOS (which supports Lenovo G505S) and flash it to your laptop! Wink
More information here:
https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...#pid100299
Because its open source, you can modify the source as much as you want, everything is unlocked, and no WiFi whitelists or other stupid restrictions
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#36
(06-28-2015, 08:23 AM)baba0rum Wrote: Hello, just discovered your website and all your modded bios, but wasnt able to find one for a g505s with whitelist removed.

Dear friend, although I don't know how to remove a WiFi whitelist from your laptops proprietary BIOS,
you could just get a Coreboot open source BIOS (which supports Lenovo G505S) and flash it to your laptop! [Image: wink.gif]
More info here:
https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...#pid100299
Because its open source, you can modify the source as much as you want, everything is unlocked and no WiFi whitelists or other stupid restrictions
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#37
(11-01-2014, 11:22 AM)bmcsky96 Wrote: What do I need to provide to get whitelist removal?
Lenovo G505s AMD 5750M 2.5GHz with 3.5 Turbo Boost 16GB of RAM AMD8650GM+8670GM Dual Graphics

Dear friend, although I don't know how to remove a WiFi whitelist from your laptops proprietary BIOS,
you could just get a Coreboot open source BIOS (which supports Lenovo G505S) and flash it to your laptop!  Rolleyes
More information here:
https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...#pid100299
It is open source - you can modify the source code as much as you want, everything is unlocked, and no WiFi whitelist or other stupid restrictions
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#38
(12-20-2014, 02:04 PM)ramib Wrote: Lenovo G505S whitelist removal

I ordered the Lenovo G505S (thanks to its specs) in order to install FreeBSD only on it

I know that there are few Supported WIFI mini PCI express cards,but I wasn't worry about it because i have Atheros that i know that works fine

Unfortunately when switching the card i found out the first time that there is a whitelist on BIOS
Dear fellow FreeBSD user, although I have no idea to remove a WiFi whitelist from your laptops proprietary BIOS,
you could just get a Coreboot open source BIOS (which supports Lenovo G505S) and flash it to your laptop! [Image: wink.gif]
More information here:
https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...#pid100299
Because its open source, you can modify the source as much as you want, everything is unlocked, and no WiFi whitelists or other stupid restrictions
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#39
(02-02-2015, 02:13 PM)bwlonsdale Wrote: Well I didn't see that coming and found my way to this helpful forum.

I bought an Intel AC7260 to replace a dodgy malfunctioning wifi adapter for this laptop and was told it wasn't on Lenovo's nice list. Set of ****ards.

So, can someone please modify the BIOS for this laptop to enable it for this wifi card?

Latest BIOS: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/downloads/ds038577
Results.rar: https://www.sendspace.com/file/x76jl1

If I've forgotten anything, please let me know and hope someone can provide me with a mod soon!

thanks very much.

Dear friend, although I don't know how to remove a WiFi whitelist from your laptops proprietary BIOS,
you could just get a Coreboot open source BIOS (which supports Lenovo G505S) and flash it to your laptop! [Image: wink.gif]
More information here:
https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...#pid100299
Because its open source, you can modify the source as much as you want, everything is unlocked, and no WiFi whitelists or other stupid restrictions
BTW atheros WiFi card, such as AR9462 or AR9485, would have been much better than Intel Tongue
These Atheros cards work very good, cost cheap, very stable WiFi, and they work perfectly under Linux without needing any proprietary firmware drivers  Rolleyes
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#40
(04-13-2014, 03:47 PM)SergioCz Wrote: Hello, today I bought a new wifi card (Intel 6235) and Lenovo does not want me to take it. G505S I need remove a whitelist but FPT program does not works, see the pictures

Dear friend, although I don't know how to remove a WiFi whitelist from your laptops proprietary BIOS,
you could just get a Coreboot open source BIOS (which supports Lenovo G505S) and flash it to your laptop!  Smile
More info could be found here:
https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Thread-R...#pid100299
Because its open source, you can modify the source as much as you want, everything is unlocked, and no WiFi whitelists or other stupid restrictions.
BTW atheros WiFi card, such as AR9462 or AR9485, would have been much better than Intel Tongue
These Atheros cards work very good, cost cheap, very stable WiFi, and they work perfectly under Linux without needing any proprietary firmware drivers  Rolleyes
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