AirPort Utility 5.6.1 on OS X 10.9 Mavericks

To download AirPort Utility v5.6.1 for OS X 10.9 Mavericks, scroll to the bottom of this post.

A New, Simple Solution

A few days ago, I posted a workaround to get AirPort Utility v5.6.1 working under OS X 10.9 Mavericks (old post, infra, under “Old Post”). That workaround involved renaming or replacing a system file and then launching AirPort Utility via Terminal. Now, that solution still works (and is included in the collapsed “Old Post” section, infra) but it was far from ideal. Most users would prefer not to have to alter or replace system files (even if the replacement is simply an older version of the same file from Apple), so I continued looking at the problem. Today, I am posting a better solution.

AirPort Utility v5.6.1 on OS X 10.9 Mavericks

As I stated in the previous version of this post, the issue with AirPort Utility v5.6.1 under OS X 10.9 Mavericks is that a system file upon which AirPort Utility relies was updated in 10.9 and that update broke backwards compatibility with AirPort Utility v5.6.1. The file in question is Apple80211 in /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/A. Replacing this file with the older version allows AirPort Utility v5.6.1 to be run under 10.9, but only via Terminal (i.e., double-clicking it will not launch it, it will throw an error).

However, there is a way to get around this issue by importing the older library into AirPort Utility v5.6.1 before running it. That is what the new solution, downloadable, infra, does.

Usage Notes

Note: you can bypass having to go into System Preferences, detailed infra, by simply right-clicking (or control-clicking) on the Launcher and then clicking “Open” from the pop-up menu instead of double-clicking to open it.

I have not signed this application (i.e., AirPort Utility v5.6.1 as an “identified developer”. Consequently, you will almost certainly receive the following prompt when running the application (at least the first time):
AirPort 5.6.1 Launcher Warning

As long as the warning looks like the one I’ve given here as an example, everything is fine. Of course, once you click Open, Gatekeeper (OS X’s relatively new security feature) will identify the application as being from an “unidentified developer” and, unless you’ve changed the default settings, it will prevent the application from running.

In order to allow the application to run (and thereby to launch AirPort Utility v5.6.1), you will need to navigate to the Security & Privacy pane in System Preferences. Once there, you will see this notification under the General tab:

Security & Privacy Pane: AirPort 5.6.1 Launcher

Click the “Open Anyway” button. AirPort Utility 5.6.1 Launcher should run and launch AirPort Utility v5.6.1 without anymore work on your part. Additionally, future uses of the launcher should not require any of the foregoing steps (except running the launcher itself). n.b., any time you want to use AirPort Utility 5.6.1, you must launch it via the launcher application (i.e., AirPort 5.6.1 instead of by double-clicking on AirPort Utility 5.6.1; this is due to the fact that the launcher must inject the older version of the Apple80211 library or else AirPort Utility 5.6.1 cannot run under OS X 10.9 Mavericks.



Download AirPort Utility 5.6.1 for OS X 10.9 Mavericks

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Once downloaded, the zip should automatically expand (if it doesn’t, just double-click it to expand it manually) and create a folder entitled “AirPort Utility 5.6.1″, keep this folder. AirPort 5.6.1 Launcher.appAirPort Utility 5.6.1 and AirPort Utility are both included inside this folder. Whenever you want to use AirPort Utility v5.6.1, just run the launcher either by double-clicking it or via Spotlight. And that’s it, you now have a working version of AirPort Utility v5.6.1 under OS X 10.9 Mavericks.


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Last Updated 11 Nov 2013


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Now you can go back to managing your various AirPort products (e.g., AirPort Extreme, AirPort Express, and Time Capsule) without having to mourn the features missing from v6.3.


  1. Awesome. Thanks.

  2. A BIG thank you for this awesome solution. I was on the point of trotting off to Apple to buy more expensive hardware when I came across this, and it works perfectly. Thank you !!!

  3. Thanks a lot!
    Got a colleague’s AirPort Extreme (2nd gen) firmware updated using your tool under Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

  4. Thank you so so much!

  5. Hi, it doesn’t work for me: I have Mavericks and I’m trying to use AirPort Express A1088 which I never used before on my MacBook Pro. Please note that all the messages I get are in Italian, therefore what follows is my attempt of translating them!
    After few minutes the system recognized the AirPort, and asked me to switch from my wifi network to AirPort in order to configure it. I said Yes, but after 3-4 minutes (while the message shown was “Reading the configurationof AirPort Express” an error appeared: Be sure that the base wifi is connected and is in the area of the computer or that is connected via ethernet, and try again (-6753). Please also note that I use static IP on my Mac.
    I also tried to connect it via ethernet… but same error… What should I do?
    I only wish to configure Airport Express to use a Canon MP250 printer which is not wireless…
    Thank you!

    • Since I see you have a follow-up comment, I’ll reply to that one.

  6. Hi again! Thanks to a Samsung netbook with Windows 7 Starter (!?@§) I succeeded in configuring it.
    The led is green, finally. In the configuration the printer is listed, but doesn’t work: if I try to print, an error says that the printer is not online.

    Please note that also the AirPort has now a static IP. I’m sure I did something wrong, but can’t figure out what!
    I configured the AirPort in order to be a part of the existing network and I didn’t create a new network.

    Here are some settings:
    The firmware version is 6.3, ID AirPort 00:11:24:0C:06:27 – ID network 00:11:24:0C:06:26. Printer is Canon MP250. Connection via wireless network, sharing connection disabled (bridge modality).
    Password for the network is WPA2 personal. Each one of my devices has a static IP, as, otherwise, they could not work with the router DLink DSL-2740B. Firmware Version of the DLink: EU_5.17.
    Last but not least, I own a MacBook Pro (2010 if I’m not wrong) and a brand new MacBook Air, both with Mavericks.

    Please feel free to ask any info you consider useful to solve this mistery…
    I know that with 60 euros I can buy a brand new wifi Canon printer, but since mine works perfectly and never betrayed me, I’d like to make it work with this obsolete AirPort!

    Thanks again!
    Francesca Romana

    • How was the printer configured to work with the Mac? If the printer was previously connected via USB and has now been moved to the AirPort Express, it would be best to remove the printer with the “-” in the Printers & Scanners pane of System Preferences, and then re-add it via the “+”. It may be that your Mac is attempting to connect to the printer at its old location (i.e., the directly-connected USB cable), and, consequently, not finding it. If that doesn’t fix the problem, then we can try a few other things.

      • Yeah, it was configured via USB.
        It worked as you said, so GREAT!
        Thank you very much!
        Francesca Romana

  7. Thanks mate,

  8. Question, how would I go about making this work on OS X Yosemite?

    • I don’t currently have a computer running the beta of OS X Yosemite; however, when the OS is released, I’ll revisit this Launcher, if necessary, and try to get it working under OS X Yosemite.

  9. Thank you so much for an awesome fix. It worked perfectly. Great work!

  10. Thank you for making this available! Was listening to Adam Christiansen’s MacCast Podcast of 6/14 where he mentioned your Airport Utility 5.6.1 fix for those of us who use older Apple Airport Extreme for WiFi. Works great! Thank you.
    ~Patrick Smith

  11. Thank you so much for this! I can finally fiddle with my old airport again. I was wondering if you could do the same thing with another application with which I had a problem. It would be the Starcraft Anthology Carbon Installer. If it could work, I could finally reinstall my old copy I have of the first Starcraft.

    Again, thank you!

    • Unfortunately, getting the Carbon installer for the Starcraft Anthology working under Mavericks (or any of the recent versions of OS X) would likely require a great deal of effort, and is beyond my knowledge. Your best bet would probably be to run an older version of OS X as a virtual machine and run SC that way.

  12. Thanks!!

  13. Extremely useful, thank you so much. You saved me a ton of hassle getting my annoying Samsung printer working again on my network.

  14. Thank you oh so much .


  16. Did not work for me. Not sure why. It is an express g airport. I ran your installer, got through the open anyway stuff, but does not play music. AirPort 5.6.1 runs and see the express, there is a green light on the express and the airplay menu shows the device. But no music. FM radio does play on the stereo the express is hooked up too. Any help?

    • There are a handful of possible issues that could be causing the communication failure between your AirPort Express and whatever device from which you’re attempting to stream audio (the issue is probably not a hardware one, but, of course, could be).

      1. Reboot both the AirPort Express and the Mac/other device from which you are attempting to stream audio.
      2. Check that the AirPort Express and the Mac are both on the same network (e.g., make sure the AirPort Express isn’t creating its own network while the Mac is connected to another wireless network created by another device).
      3. Check your firewall settings in System Preferences >> Security & Privacy >> Firewall >> Firewall Options… (e.g., if you’re using iTunes, you’ll want to make sure it’s configured to allow incoming connections).
      4. Disable any third-party, connection-blocking software (e.g., Little Snitch), or create an appropriate rule to allow communication between iTunes and the AirPort Express.

      If none of these options work, try connecting to the AirPort Express directly via an Ethernet connection and see if streaming works. If so, at least we’ve narrowed down the issue to network communication and can work from there.

  17. Tried 1 and 3. No go. Not sure how to check 2 and 4 is not applicable, no software like it on my mac. May get to your last option, but may take awhile. Thanks.

    • Let me know how the Ethernet option works when you get a chance. As for making sure both devices are on the same network, it would mostly be a matter of just letting me know how your network is configured. Is the AirPort Express your only wireless router? is it extending a wireless network? something else?

  18. Incredibly super awesomely helpful

  19. Your patch did worked once, now I can’t get my stations configured simply because I can’t get a green light … :(
    I did a soft reset, a hard reset and a factory reset. None gives me a green light on the Airport Express itself. Any suggestions?

    • How are you connecting to the AirPort Express? Is AirPort Utility able to see the unit?

  20. Thanks so much worked a treat with my old xpress hate to throw out old hardware when it can still be made to work!

  21. If I’m close enough to the Airport Express and do a hard reset … guess what? Yes, I can config the base station … :)

  22. Still works great.

  23. Amazing. Works perfectly

  24. Hi Corey –

    I just stopped by to let you know that your utility works great on OS X 10.10 Yosemite Beta (14A299I).

    Thanks again for all of your efforts – I have seem many, many courteous replies from you on my email subscription since I posted last October to thank you (FIRST!! – BTW!).

    You rock! (and so does Yosemite, BTW!)

    Take care,


    • Glad to hear it works under Yosemite. I haven’t had a chance to look at the beta yet. Hopefully it will continue to work as Yosemite nears release and I can just update this post with a note that the Launcher works under OS X 10.8-10.10.

  25. I just want to say thanks for this fix. The Mavericks solution also seems to work perfectly fine on Lion 10.7.5, for which the official Airport Utility 5.6 Lion installer fails.

  26. This is wonderful!

    Since the update to the Utility I’ve been given a new Airport Express, and bought (eBay) an old second-gen Time Capsule, which leaves me with two Airport Expresses (one 1st gen, one new one), a Time Capsule and a router, connected to powerline ethernet (actually, the TC takes ether direct from the router, then serves it over the powerline to the two airports)all serving a small flat (four rooms and a balcony < 80 sqm).

    Even with each device on different channels, with all the Airport devices in bridge mode offering up a single SSID, I was having huge problems with devices trying to maintain poor connections to APs in other rooms, rather than switching channel and binding with the nearest AP. Obviously the solution was to reduce signal strength on each device, so that devices would more readily drop the distant connections… But the new Airport Utility doesn't offer the option (what on earth is that about?).

    A lot of frustrated googling finally led me here, and finally my problems are solved. I genuinely can't thank you enough for providing such a simple, all-in-one download package. You really ought to get a donate button or something – I feel I owe you!

    • I’m glad the Launcher was able to help you get things working. I’m still hoping that Apple will eventually release a more full-featured version of the 6.x AirPort Utility. The capability is there in the hardware, we just need a good utility to access it.

      PS: There is a small donate button more or less ‘hidden’ in the footer (under the small, green ““); it is easy to miss, but I want to continue to avoid making it a focus of the site.

  27. Thank you thank you!! You’re a life saver!

  28. This was perfect. Thank you!

  29. thanks this worked great!

  30. Thank you!

  31. Awesome! Had to recreate my multi-generation multi-Airport network after replacing a dead AT&T DSL modem. That was frustrating enough, but when I found that Airport Utility 5.6 wouldn’t load on 10.9 my head nearly exploded. Thankfully Googled my way to your solution, which worked perfectly, allowing me to avoid the purchase of a new Airport Express! Thanks so much.

  32. Thanks for this – saved my day – very appreciative for your sharing

  33. So glad I found your solution!! I have been trying everything to configure an older airport extreme and an airport express and was ready to give up. This was so easy compared to other things I tried. Thank you, thank you thank you!!

  34. Thanks so much for a great solution! Worked perfectly! Thanks again.

  35. Lost in AWWWWWWWW!!!!! Thank you OHHHHHH so much! Didn’t want to have to buy new hardware.


    Thanks again,


  36. Just found this utility. Ran the launcher, but my airport express is not discovered by the utility. Rebooted the airport express, still not discoverable. My airport express is ethernet-connected to my LAN and is running in bridge mode, allowing me a second 11g hotspot in a remote corner of house. Any ideas on why it’s not discoverable would be appreciated!

    Glad to see you’ve made alot of people very happy.


    • Have you attempted to configure the AirPort Express by directly connecting to it via Ethernet (assuming you have a Mac somewhere with an Ethernet port or have an Ethernet adapter)? If not, I would highly recommend that as the first step in troubleshooting, since you’ve already rebooted the AirPort Express to no avail. If the utility is still unable to find the AirPort Express when you are directly connected, then I would recommend a hard reset of the AirPort Express. If, after the hard reset, you are still unable to connect to the AirPort Express, you will want to check if there is any software on your computer preventing outgoing or blocking incoming connections (e.g., a third-party firewall of some kind). Let me know if any of this gets things working for you.

  37. Sorted out my discoverability issue. Am now seeing my airport device from both wifi- and ethernet-connected Macs. Great tool, great work. Thank you.

  38. Fabulous, thankyou Corey. I can only echo earlier comments about being disappointed with Apple ditching support for older Airport Express devices.

    I don’t know if anybody has experienced this issue before, but I had one minor problem when configuring my Airport Express. I allowed the Airport Utility to access the WiFi password (128 bit WEP) in my keychain. The Airport Utility finished configuring the Airport Express and rebooted it. At that point, my WiFi access failed (although it showed as connected, and other devices were using the WiFi fine) and the Airport Express showed an orange blinking light. Network access via e.g. Bluetooth worked fine. Rebooting the Mac (Mavericks, fully patched) made no difference.

    The only fix was to delete the WiFi configuration from the Mac keychain. Seems like it had somehow become corrupted by the Airport Utility. I then set up the WiFi on my Mac again, and configured the Airport Express manually using the Airport Utility, manually entering the WiFi password instead of allowing access to the keychain. This resulted in a working Airport Express (green light).


    • I haven’t come across this myself, but it’s definitely something to add to the list to troubleshoot problems in the future. Thank you for the information.

    • WEP is just barely any better than no security at all. Tools have been available for years which can crack a WEP password in a matter of minutes. You should never use anything less than WPA2.

      • While WEP is not particularly secure, it does still keep most people out of a wireless network. If, however, the goal is security, then you are correct, WPA2 is a much better option. Personally, I have a WPA2-protected network for most of my devices, but I have a secondary WEP-protected network for devices which do not support WEP (this secondary network is isolated for security reasons). Deciding which encryption scheme to use is a matter of security and technical needs.

  39. Thanks, Thanks, Thanks, …, Thanks!
    Great solution to an annoying problem. Anyone who complains about having to have “two applications, not just one single application” should be forced to try to fix this themselves!

  40. Thank you very much indeed, I was just about to junk my old airport express, instead I’m re-using and avoiding landfill. Much appreciated. All the best, Dave L.

  41. Besides saying THANK YOU!!! all I can say is – FREAKING AWESOME!!

    I was so ticked when Apple took ability away of finding hard wired clients on our own network. Why on earth did Apple “fix” something when it wasn’t broke?! It was frustrating.

    NOW… I can see ALL our clients, new, old, mobile, print servers, wired, or wireless again.
    THANK YOU again!!

  42. I’ve tried for everything in this post and the comments to get this to work all day long, but still coming up with “An error occured while reading the configuration. Make sure your Apple Wi-Fi base station is plugged in and in range of your computer or connected via Ethernet and try again. (-6753)”. I’ve tried connecting with ethernet but I’m still getting this message. The green light on the Airport Express is on, but once I click ok on the error box, the Airport Express is no longer shown in the Airport Utility. Any suggestions on how to get this to work would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

    • You’ve attempted both a soft and a hard reset? Usually this sort of problem can be remedied by performing a hard or factory reset and then reconfiguring the base station.

      • Ok, I tried the soft and hard reset and factory reset per your instructions. Again, the green light is on on the Airport Express but I get the same error message. Despite have the same error message, though, this time I was able to see the Airport Express available in my iTunes on my computer and was actually able to get music to stream to the Airport Express, but it only lasted for a few minutes and then the Airport Express connection disappered. Same thing happened on my phone, in that I could see the Airport Express and play music from Spotify and my itunes, but then it went away. Grrrrrr…still not working as it should. Any other suggestions? Thanks so much.

        • Were you connected via Ethernet or WiFi when you were able to see the AirPort Express? If you were connected wirelessly, I would recommend trying a factory reset when connected via Ethernet. If the light on the AirPort Express remains green even when it is no longer accessible, then the issue may lie with software on your computer. Do you have any connection-blocking software installed on the computer with which you’re attempting to connect (e.g., a third-party firewall)?

          • Both when I was connected via the ethernet AND WiFi I was able to see the Airport Express for a few minutes in iTunes and on my phone via Spotify, after I did factory reset. It worked and music was playing from it, but after a few minutes I was no longer able to connect to it, though the light still remains green (even though I can’t see the Airport Express in the Airport Utility or in iTunes).

            I don’t believe I have any connection-blocking software or third party firewall installed on the computer. Never used that stuff.

            I do have another Airport Express (model A1264), which has and still does work fine. The model A1084 is the one giving me a problem. I’ve tried unplugging the A1264 when trying to set up the A1084, but that doesn’t help either.
            Any other suggestions? I appreciate the help.

          • Try the following: Connect to the AirPort Express via Ethernet, turn off WiFi on your Mac, perform a factory reset on the AirPort Express, and, when the AirPort Express becomes available in iTunes, start streaming music to the AirPort Express. Let me know if/when it cuts out.

          • Corey, I appreciate your help but that didnt solve the problem. I did exactly as you said above, but got the same error message “An error occured while reading the configuration. Make sure your Apple Wi-Fi base station is plugged in and in range of your computer or connected via Ethernet and try again. (-6753)”. While the Airport Express is trying to restart I can quickly shift over to iTunes and play music through it, but once I change to play music from my computer speakers and then go back to trying to play through the Airport Express, the Airport Express disappers. While the green light is still curently on I cant seem to locate the airport express the anymore. Any other suggestions?

          • IF you have another Mac available, I would recommend trying to configure the AirPort Express using that other computer. If you still aren’t able to connect to the AirPort Express, then it may be that you have a unit that has gone bad. Does the AirPort Express continue to broadcast its SSID even after it is no longer available in AirPort Utility? and are you able to connect to it (via WiFI, not AirPort Utility)?

          • Yup, tried configuring it with two different Macs. No luck, same problem. It does not broadcast the SSID after its no longer available (even though the green light stays on). It does not show up via WiFi, either. Grrrr.

          • At this point, my guess would be that the unit has malfunctioned. Generally speaking, if a base station fails to show up in AirPort Utility after a factory default reset, then there is a good chance it has malfunctioned. Given that it seems to function (sort of) during the boot process, my guess would be that there is a faulty configuration file that the resets are failing to purge or one of the storage components has failed, rendering the unit unable to load its firmware or configuration file properly. Unfortunately, I’m not sure there’s anything else that can be done to salvage the unit short of opening it (which would void the warranty, but it’s probably already outside the warranty period) and testing components.

          • gotcha. well i appreciate your diligence and time in attempting to answer my questions. i really do. best of luck.

  43. Thank you thank you!

    Just to let you know that it worked for the Yosemite beta, and solved the problem I had with my old airport, my mac and the iphones..

  44. Just piling on to say “thanks!” Worked perfectly.

  45. Huge Thanks.

    Setup: New tall Airport Extreme, Mavericks, Launcher + 5.6.1, latest code downloaded today again 9/16/2014
    Can’t seem to change the RADIO MODE and get it to stick. Can change say to 2.5n/5n with option-click on old UX
    when recycled, the setting still on AUTOMATIC
    Any ideas why the 5.6.1 does not seem to be able to SAVE the new configuration to the AE?

    • I do not believe the AirPort Extreme 802.11ac model allows the radio mode to be changed. I happen to have a spare AirPort Extreme 802.11ac sitting in my office, so I launched AirPort Utility v5.6.1 to check, and I received the same results as you. AirPort Utility v5.6.1 came out quite a bit before the current AirPort Extreme model and, consequently, it was not coded to configure that model. As far as I know, there is currently no way to change the default behaviour of the AirPort Extreme 802.11ac as concerns the radio mode (i.e., it will always reset itself to Automatic).



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