Update on Trim in Yosemite

Update on Trim in Yosemite
July 30, 2014 Oskar

This is an old post. Please see the latest post on Trim in Yosemite:





The state of Trim in Yosemite

As some users may have noticed, if you try to enable Trim on OS X Yosemite, you can get stuck with a grey screen with a stop sign during boot. And as detailed in these two posts., this issue was due to a new feature in OS X Yosemite.

In OS X 10.10 (Yosemite), Apple has introduced a new security requirement called kext signing. (A kext is a kernel extension, or a driver, in Mac OS X)

Kext signing basically works by checking if all the drivers in the system are unaltered by a third party, or approved by Apple. If they have been modified, Yosemite will no longer load the driver. This is a step by Apple to lock out anyone from making software that interacts with the system, to make the Mac experience more and more similar to iOS.

Since Trim Enabler works by unlocking the Trim driver for 3rd party SSD’s, kext signing prevents Trim Enabler to enable Trim on Yosemite, at least out of the box.

Currently, there is only one way to continue to use Trim Enabler and continue to get Trim for your third party SSD, and that is to disable the kext signing requirement.

While it is unfortunate to have to disable kext signing, it still leaves you with the same amount of security as in OS X Mavericks, where the kext signing requirement didn’t exist.

Trim Enabler 3.2.5 Update

I have released a Trim Enabler 3.2.5 update, which is adapted for Yosemite:

  • Trim Enabler can now disable kext signing in order to enable Trim on Yosemite
  • Fixed an issue with Trim Enabler not launching on Yosemite DP4 / Beta

Apple is locking down the Mac

It’s becoming clear that Apple wants to block applications from altering the OS X experience. While disabling kext-signing still allows Trim Enabler to work, I wish the process of enabling Trim would be smoother. The first thing that comes to mind is to create a kernel extension that somehow achieves this purpose. But as detailed here:

Kext signing means that a valid, signed kernel extension can only be created with a certificate provided by Apple as part of their $99/yr Developer program, and additionally that interested parties must fill out a special form explaining why they require the certificate; kext certificates are only provided upon request and approval.

Apple now effectively controls which kexts are allowed on OS X, and thus, what features that developers like me can release for OS X. And since Apple has made such an effort to block third party SSD’s from getting Trim support in OS X, my guess is that if someone were to make such a kext, Apple would deny a certificate, making it impossible to distribute. So for now, using Trim Enabler 3.2.5 and later is the best way to enable Trim on OS X.

I believe that Apple’s new direction for OS X is unfortunate and ultimately will end up greatly limiting Pro users in favor of usability for casual users. I don’t think it’s long before we will have to start “jailbreaking” our Macs as well.

Recovering from stop sign on boot screen

For those who are stuck on the grey boot screen, here’s how you get back into OS X:



If you want to discuss Trim Enabler and Yosemite, use the sticky topic on the forum: Trim Enabler in Yosemite

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  1. Richard Alpert 5 years ago

    Hello Oskar,

    First of all, thx for your great app. I purchased a license and have to say, it is worth it.

    I just download 3.2.5, but call me stupid, why it is in french?

    Greetings from Germany


    • Richard Alpert 5 years ago

      Ok, fool of the day. Checking the languages in Yosemite shows as supported language french and other languages too. Deleted the other ones except english and german and start the again solved the problem.

      Sorry for being stupid :-/, anyway still a great app.

      • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

        Trim Enabler follows the list in your Language settings. Drag english to second place if you want it as a fallback

  2. psilvester44 5 years ago

    Ive tried this and yes the update 3.2.5 seems to work but i have ended up having to update to the pro version which has cost me another $12.50 which if it works Im not bothered about.
    Also you have to go into security manager in options and change it to allow downloads from everyone.

    anyway, well done for sorting this out so quickly


    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      Hi Paul
      It should be enough to set it to “Allow Mac App Store and Identified Developers”.
      Also, you don’t need to purchase another license. Your old license is good for all Version 3 updates.
      I have refunded your second license.

  3. Hansa 5 years ago


    Just tried start 3.2.5 on Yosemite on my MacBook Pro, and I get an error stating:
    “Trim Enabler” is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the Trash.”

    Anything to do with the kext things you´re describing?

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      Hm, you shouldn’t be getting that error.
      Did you download the latest version from the website?
      What happens if you make a copy of Trim Enabler.app and try to open it?

      • Kris Lord 5 years ago

        I’ve the same error. Downloading from the website and copying into applications. This is on Yosemite Public Beta

        • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

          Go to System Preferences/Security & Privacy and set Allow Apps to allow apps downloaded from Anywhere.

          • Daniel 5 years ago

            Had the same issue. That solved it. Thanks so much!

  4. Andreas 5 years ago

    I have the same error as Kris and Hansa, also copying the app doesn’t help ( Yosemite Public Beta) 🙁

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      Go to System Preferences/Security & Privacy and set Allow Apps to allow apps downloaded from Anywhere.

  5. ewfefg 5 years ago

    me too.

  6. bill 5 years ago

    I got past this error by changing my System Preferences/Security & Privacy/Allow Apps to allow apps downloaded from Anywhere. Trim Enabler then worked fine.

  7. Gascogne 5 years ago

    Somehow I can’t update Trim Enabler?

    I have downloaded from your page but after I install it, it says I have 3.2.4 version still?
    What have I missed?

  8. Jeroen 5 years ago

    Same issue as above: unable to start it but if I changed the “allow apps” setting it works. Although, after installing my login screen looks white and changes the keyboard layout to qwerty all the time. Didn’t have it before I enabled Trim Enabler again.

  9. Jeroen 5 years ago

    Also, when my screen goes to sleep now. I only see a mouse pointer and the screen stays black.

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      That’s not related to Trim Enabler.

      • Jeroen 5 years ago

        Sure? After I disabled Trim it didn’t happen again?

        • Sjekke 5 years ago

          I agree with Jeroen. I installed TRIM, wanted to reboot and I stay stuck with a black screen and mousepointer. Afternoon forced rebooting, my external mouse won’t connected. Disabling Trim, everything works perfect.

          • Sjekke 5 years ago

            I have a MBP mid2009 17″ with Samsung Evo 840 SSD.

          • Sjekke 5 years ago

            I clicked several time with my mouse and it rebooted. Now it’s working perfectly.


  10. OlDirty 5 years ago

    Trim Enabler doesn´t start on my MBP running Yosemite Beta. The icon keeps jumping in the dock and after a while it stays calm but the app is not responsive anymore and I have to quit.
    All sources for downloaded apps are allowed.

  11. Ryoichi Morita 5 years ago

    I can at least launch Trim Enabler 3.2.5 but still get the stop sign on reboot on my Mac Mini running Yosemite beta. Any suggestions? Thank you.

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      If you get the stop sign, follow the steps in the post.
      But to avoid to get the stop sign, you should click the switch, click “Proceed” on the popups, reboot, and then enable Trim.

      • Ryoichi 5 years ago

        Oddly enough, I tried running Trim Enabler again after reinstalling Yosemite and it worked !! By the way, I just purchased the app. Thank you for the great tech support.

      • Niccolò Brogi 5 years ago

        I got it to work with your latest patch!

        You’re doing a great job–just got one question: do you really think that Apple wouldn’t approve your extension? Why not try anyway (not sure if you are)..?

  12. Eric 5 years ago

    Thanks for your effort with this and the explanation. However, in this particular case the issue will go away with time. Apple has already more or less shut down the possibility to swap the drive with a 3rd party SSD in new Macs. When all Macs have Apple SSDs and you cannot/is not worth to swap the drive TRIM enabler will be obsolete.

    Generally it’s good that one cannot easily tamper with the kernel. It is however a shame that Apple doesn’t come to their senses and enable TRIM on 3rd party SSDs.

  13. psilvester44 5 years ago

    i second that, thanks for the great tech support

  14. NeenzR 5 years ago

    I keep getting this error:
    “Trim Enabler.app” is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the Trash.”

    I’ve confirmed that it’s the latest version 3.2.5 and I’ve downloaded it 3 times but the same error keeps popping up.

  15. NeenzR 5 years ago

    I’m sorry. I should have read all the comments. Problem resolved by allowing apps from everywhere. 🙂

  16. Michael Mrak 5 years ago

    Thank You very much for this workaround!

    I have a question related to the latest version: If i install version 3.2.5 now – will the next updates of Yosemite enable kext-signing again and will there be a risk that my Mac will not be able to boot again? Or is the current workaround a permanent workaround?


  17. dkotanid 5 years ago

    Works fine for me also, but my question is the same as Michael Mrak, what will happen in a future update? Have we to reactivate trim and then proceed with the update, to avoid stucking on boot screen or it will happen automatically.
    Thank you for your nice work!

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      Trim might have to be re-enabled on some updates, just like before.
      Disabling kext signing should be a one-off thing.

  18. Adrian 5 years ago

    I bought “Trim” and the only thing I get when I downloaded it is: “Trim Enabler.app” is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the Trash.
    I tried the steps you have here, but they do not work.
    I have Yosemite.

  19. JB Bryant 5 years ago

    On the latest DP, DP 5, after letting trim enabler turn off kext signing and rebooting, I turn on trim, reboot, and it hangs at a black screen with only my cursor visible. Any ideas?

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      I’ve tested Trim Enabler on DP5 and it works fine. Disabled kext signing, reboot, turn on trim, reboot.
      Not sure what went wrong in your case.

      On my first reboot after installing DP5, I had the same issue as you described: hang on boot with mouse pointer. This was with kext signing enabled and Trim disabled, aka vanilla DP4.

      If your issue persists, you can always try the Stop Sign solution in the post.

  20. JB Bryant 5 years ago

    Also, the reason I posted my issue here is I can’t post to the forum. It says I must be signed in but I don’t see any sign-up area.

  21. dkotanid 5 years ago

    DIsable kext signing supposed to work one off. So if we in public beta have to install the new update when it comes out, how we can disable kext signing if in 3.2.5 it happens automatically. When i installed 3.2.5 on my mac dont remember that i disabled it.
    Can you explain the steps. Thanx

  22. dkotanid 5 years ago

    So before installing the new update just disable trim and it will ask me to re enable kext…and than reboot and after re enable trim …it is so or not~?

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      Any scenario should be fine. You should not need to take any action before installing the update.

  23. jwnutter 5 years ago

    I recently installed Trim Enabler 3.2.5 on my mac running the latest version of Yosemite. Everything appeared to install correctly. I received the message about disabling Kext and rebooted. Following the reboot finder is not accessible and shows as not responding in the force quit menu. It appears that everything else is working properly. I’ve tried to force quite finder several times but it doesn’t appear to do anything. Here’s the weird part, about 5 or 6 minutes after the restart finder will finally start working again on it’s own. During this time the activity monitor shows about 7 gb of read in’s and 0.5 gb of read outs. I’m not sure what the system is working on but whatever it is it eventually rights itself. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Lastly, trim support does show as active.

  24. Nyk0n 5 years ago

    I just installed Beta 6 of 10.10 and see Trim Enabler now won’t run and says

    “You can’t use this version of the application “Trim Enabler” with this version of OS X.”

  25. Nyk0n 5 years ago


    I re-downloaded Trim Enabler….installed it and ran it. it worked asking if I wanted to update the Kext Extensions first and it did so…rebooted, then enabled Trim Support and rebooted once again and Trim is enabled now.

    Thanks for the best software to enhancing speed and long life for our SSD’s!

  26. Locke Lamora 5 years ago

    I’m stuck with the stop sign on boot screen. I’ve ran the commands several times and I’m still stuck. Do these commands work even if I did not use the Trim Enabler software to activate trim? I’ve used another one.


  27. Morgan 5 years ago

    So… what happens if you have been using Trim Enabler on Mavericks and you upgrade to Yosemite when it is released? Thanks

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      It should be clear if you read the post. Trim Enabler will continue to provide Trim, but will disable the kext signing setting in order to do so.

  28. Stonecat 5 years ago

    Hello you all,

    I had a problem with the cd command, there is a space in the name of my SSD.
    In this case you’ve to use “Name Name” instead of a blank space.
    To be clearer an exemple, my bootable disk is named “Disque Mou” (i’m french, that’s mean something like “Soft Drive”, anyway)
    The commande in this case is :

    cd /volumes/Disque Mou

    Do not forget the first “/” and the “s” at volumes
    Now it’s all working fine.

  29. Pablo 5 years ago

    Hello. I purchased TRIM enabler and I must say it’s a great piece of software and very necessary, I wonder if it wouldn’t be worthwhile to try and get Apple to approve and sign the kext. We could even contribute as a community to over the 99 dollar Apple Developer fee. That’s just my humble opinion. In any case thanks for developing such a great piece of software.

  30. mjn 5 years ago

    Firstly, i have been using TRIM for a long time and it’s a partner for my iMac. A buddy I cannot afford losing. Question about the KEXT signature, is there a way we can sign up or influence Apple to provide a signature? Sounds like a fight to impossible, at least we can try.

    either, all my Mac is updated to Yosemite DP. except for this iMac i rely on your magic. hoping a permanent fix to this see public light.

  31. Rino Dattilo 5 years ago

    I just want to voice my thank you for your hard work. I replaced my daughters MBP with a SSD and she wanted to try the beta – it has been a rough go. But just you being there and working on this as hard as you have, i just want to say thank you and I plan to support your business efforts.

  32. KC2684 5 years ago

    I’ve been thinking…
    Apple does not seem to want non Apple SSD users to use TRIM. It’s not the security issue, which is significant, it’s just that my MBP sets TRIM to NO with a Samsung EVO 840 SSD.
    Is there another reason?
    Aside from getting “restricted” by mentioning TRIM and Yosemite in the same sentence in the Apple communities forum, I have been wondering if, and this is the question, TRIM actually decreases the SSD life more significantly than it improves the degradation in speed after a while.
    Is there a trade-off?
    From the cidori site, I see an ~ 10% improvement in an “old” SSD. What is the resulting decrease in longevity, if any by using TRIM?

  33. KC2684 5 years ago

    Thanks Oskar.

  34. Eithanius 5 years ago

    Is it possible to manually disable kext signing, then install an older version of Trim Enabler…?

    I find that the new one causes slow reboot and slow login.

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      The method of enabling trim has not been changed.
      If you are having issues, they are probably unrelated.

      • Eithanius 5 years ago

        It’s weird that once I disabled Trim without re-enabling kext signing, it boots and login fast. Once I re-enable Trim again, it slows on next restart…

        • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

          The first restart is always slower. Try rebooting a few times and, if it doesn’t improve, try Repair Disk Permissions.

          • Eithanius 5 years ago

            Still no luck. Just today booting was around 30 seconds, but login screen alone took over a minute to get unstuck.

            This is not typical of an SSD…

            Using OCZ Vertex 2 on mid-2010 MBP.

  35. Rob 5 years ago

    Great work Oskar. Could you tell me how to re-enable driver signing on Yosemite after trim enabler has disabled it?

  36. Tony 5 years ago

    Hey, I am running Yosemite GM Candidate 1 and Trim Enabler seems to have broken. Has anyone had any success enabling Trim on the GM release? I was able to disable ktext signing, but when I restart to enable Trim it doesn’t seem to take effect. Any help with this would be much appreciated, Thanks!

  37. nick 5 years ago

    i get the stop sign when rebooting. … as described above

    i have to use chameleon bootloader to keep my old mac pro alive with
    yosemite. … perhaps this makes a diverence.

    cant get trim enabler working for my ssd.

    i am not an expert so perhaps there is someone here who could solve
    this problem … chameleon bootloader & mac pro 1.1/2.1. & yosemite

    thanks, nick

  38. Dan Mahoney 5 years ago

    So, spend the $99 and apply for the cert (feel free to cite your many many satisfied users). I’d be fascinated to see if they say no, and why. Heck, if you like, I’ll even sponsor this activity. It will send a message to apple that people want this feature.

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      I already have a cert. It’s not really the issue. The issue is that all the AHCI features are private/non-public/non-documented and this is a reason for Apple to decline it.

  39. nick 5 years ago

    is trim enabler working with chameleon boot loader and osx yosemite ?

  40. B. C. 5 years ago

    Oskar, will you apply with the special request just to see what will happen?

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      There is nothing to apply for. I don’t have such a kext. The post is just speculating about the possibility.

  41. George 5 years ago

    After installing Yosemite PD4, in the first boot, everything was ok. The next time I opened my MBP, the boot was so slow, and without pressing any key, it booted in safe mode, and was to lagy. I restarted and from then on, I have panic attacks. Tried to disable TRIM from recovery, dut every time when I typed the touch command, it said “the extension folder has read only permissions”. What can I do?

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      You are typing the commands incorrectly.
      You should not use “/” before System/Extensions. Please type exactly as in the post.

      • George 5 years ago

        When I wrote the touch command with “” it continued without any problem, but the last command ended too fast. (It ended like I wrote a usual command, like cd… For example)

  42. David 5 years ago

    Well, I installed the release version of Yosemite and then proceeded to reinstall TRIM Enabler. It’s not working – or at least it says the patch is installed but TRIM is not enabled. Worse, my Mac will no longer shut down cleanly. The shut down command results in a black screen with a mouse cursor active, which persists. The fans also spin up very high (on my MBP, where it’s very obvious). The only way to shut it down is by holding down the power button for a few seconds and forcing the issue.

    Any ideas?

    • David 5 years ago

      Please ignore the above; it’s working for me now.

      • xuew 5 years ago

        I have the same problem. May I ask how did you solve it? Or it just works well by itself?

        • Adrian 5 years ago

          I have same issue also! I’d be interest in the solution

  43. Sergio 5 years ago

    I’m waiting to install the release version of Yosemite from Mavericks, but I don’t know if TRIM enabler will work properly on my SSD. Can I simply install the new OS and TRIM will work?

    Thank you

  44. Metty 5 years ago

    Works fine here. Many thanks!

  45. Vishal 5 years ago

    I was able to get past the black screen by doing single clicks and then a double press or right click. May be random but worked.

  46. graham 5 years ago

    the update seems to have worked for me.
    are you going to keep an eye on this? i’m worried disabling this kext could lead to problems down the line??

  47. eric 5 years ago

    not working still. i let it sit there for 10 minutes and it went through all the steps i got a few warnings it said about certain kernels but it finished and the command line prompt came back up i reset but still not working i get the stop sign still.

  48. Jeff 5 years ago

    Hi Oskar,

    I’ve got the stop sign and no boot– when I run through the terminal commands, I get this:

    kernel does not contain requested arch: i386

    Any thoughts?

    Thank you for all you do!

  49. Vipul 5 years ago

    booting into safe mode after enabling trim gives stop sign. I tried running above stated command 3 times no success. I had to reinstall Yosemite again I wish Trim enabler worked after safe boot. Just be careful and dont boot into safe mode.

  50. Ofir Tal 5 years ago

    How can I reverse these commands http://www.cindori.org/enabling-trim-on-os-x-yosemite/ ? and return to normal booting?

  51. Doug Anson 5 years ago

    First, thanks for the great software… its worked fantastic up to now!

    I would heartedly suggest that you not disable the kext security extension – un-signed (and hence “unblessed”…) kernel drivers are exactly why Apple has elected to enhance protection of its customers by *requiring* signed drivers. Having customers turn that off just for trim feels like a really bad idea… imo.

    Instead, why not get TrimEnabler signed and made “official”? ($99/yr is not that much for Cindori). If it happens to be that Apple has issues with the driver that is submitted, then it may be a good (for both Cindori’s customers as well as Apples’) to get those issues rectified and “blessed”. I know that’s probably the “long hard road”.. but it may be the best in the long run… just a thought.

    • Frans Zantvoort 5 years ago

      I can only support that. I will do without Trim Enabler now.

    • Robert Lee-cann 5 years ago

      I think Cindori would probably have considered doing this, and as Mac developers have likely already paid their $99/year for Apple Developer membership.

      The problem is, that it’s highly unlikely that Apple would approve a kext security extension that allowed third party SSD to run on our Macs. If they didn’t want to lock us into their hardware, and their hardware only, then TRIM would be enabled automatically for every drive that supported it.

      So, here we find ourselves, stuck between the decision to run with kext security disabled, or with TRIM disabled – the latter that will greatly reduce the lifetime of our SSDs.

    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      Trim Enabler is not a kext.
      Trim Enabler modifies an Apple Trim kext, thus breaking the signature.
      All AHCI SATA API’s in OS X are private and undocumented. There is no way to write a Trim driver without writing a completely new AHCI driver.
      So the issue is not with me being cheap about the $99. I am already paying that, to get the app code signed.
      The issue is that it’s not possible to create, and sign, a kext that enables Trim.

  52. andrew c 5 years ago

    I’ve tried the procedure listed above to recover from the stop error. No dice. Tried every recommended approach in the forum. Still stuck. I’m now down to reinstalling osx and will likely lose many of my custom configurations. I think that until the kext is signed legit this app needs a HUGE warning on it for Yosemite users. A cluttered and slow hard drive is better than a dead computer.

  53. Miguel Carvalho 5 years ago

    As one that actually bought the software, I can only support Doug. It does not make sense being hacking around good kernel drivers signing practices just to avoid a $99/yr license. Should i reclaim my money back?

  54. Jake Hanley 5 years ago

    Okay…..Seriously….Everyone need to REMOVE Trim Enabler until this is resolved.


    Because if anyone by accident should clear their pram, nvram etc. then they will surely become locked out of being able to boot into their system. It’s just NOT worth the gamble or frustration.

    Cindori – you need to get with Apple and get this licensed or certified or whatever you need to do at whatever cost to you. If you want your users to pay for it moving forward in order to help support your costs, then I’ll have skin in that game.

    At this point however, I personally have removed and uninstalled Trim Enabler (Sadly I might add) until you can provide us with a non-hacked version of your software.

    It is my opinion that you should NOT offer the software for download any longer until this is fixed. You are just aligning yourself for liability over other people’s data and OSX failures while you do still offer a hacked up ‘kext disabled’ version.

    Just my 2 cents…..I do hope that you get this resolved.


    • Oskar Groth 5 years ago

      This problem will not get fixed unless Apple changes their policy.
      Have you ever wondered why disk manufacturers like Corsair, Samsung etc. has never written a Trim driver for OS X? Or why they never offer firmware update software to OS X? (The only firmware updates they offer for Mac is a MS-DOS boot CD)

      The reason is that Apple is keeping the AHCI driver private, making it impossible for anyone, even these big companies, to create a driver for SSD’s.

      So the issue is not that Apple “doesn’t allow Trim Enabler”, but that they don’t allow anyone to create AHCI drivers.

      If they made public the AHCI driver, I would be able to make Trim Enabler “legit”.

    • highks 5 years ago

      Apple will never certify TRIM enabler, because Apple is actively blocking TRIM from working on 3rd party SSDs!
      They wrote extra lines of code to check for the SSD ID, and if it doesn’t say “AppleSSD” (or something like that) then TRIM will not be enabled.

      If they wanted TRIM to work on OSX for every SSD, they’d just have to remove that one line of code that checks for the Apple ID! But of course they won’t, because they chose to put it in there deliberately!

      So, trying to license a software that removes an ID-check that they deliberately put in their SATA drivers to make more money – that doesn’t sound like a very realistic endeavour, right?

  55. K 5 years ago

    Previous versions of Trim Enabler (Trim Enabler 3.2.x)
    Necessary because I want to use in OSX Snow leopard.

    Download (only the latest version, old is …) What Not?

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