How to Enable USB Wi-Fi Dongle TP-Link WN723N on OS X Yosemite

There are too many types of USB Wi-Fi dongle available. But only several types which can be used on Mac. You may see this article if you wanna buy USB WiFi adapter for your Mac. Yesterday, I bought USB dongle TP-Link WN723N ver 3.0 then wanna share how to make it run as well in my OS X Yosemite.

As far as I know the WN723N ver 3.0 comes with Realtek chipset (RTL 8188EUS). You can check this site to see this USB Wifi adapter's chipset. Thanks to people in hackintoshosx for custom WN723N driver. This package consist of some kext (RTL8188EU9, RTL8192CU9, RTL8192EU9, and RTL8192SU9), Wireless Network Utility App, and a .plist file which make it runs on OS X startup.
After you install the package above, you should restart your machine, then run "Wireless Network Utility App" from your Launchpad and it should work now.

And this is my WN723N's info from About This Mac.
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