There's a few learned people saying that the newer clovers have fixed that now.
I feel dumb I didn't try this from the very beginning. However, installing most recent Clover fixed it.
So lets talk about Bluetooth. I would like to disable the onboard Bluetooth controller of my Aorus 9 in order to use my PCIe AddOn Card. Disabling in BIOS is not possible as for some stupid reason Gigabyte did not implement such a option (or I am too dumb to find it). "Bluetooth Explorer", an add-on tool distributed by Apple also is not capable of switching the primary bluetooth device, even though both are recognised. So I thought: Hm, why not disabling the USB port it is internally connected to... but this seems to be a bit more complicated as Apple does not deliver a "Device Manager" where we could just switch of any device. Please check the attached pic to see what I mean. Basically it would be enough if I could tell the system: "Ignore whats plugged in to 14d00000"
So, any idea how to achieve this?
In Clover Configurator under "Kernel and Kext Patches" there are some default patches, but I have no clue how to do something like this on my own... at least not at the moment.