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  1. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 i’ve Tried all I can, dp1 refuses to boot without rebooting. a fresh install just reboots once it goes to load the login. do you think the patches would work with Mojave?
  2. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 i think its because my dsdt was made for Mojave specifically. i will try reinstalling over the install. @ellaosx already have that checked by default or I cannot boot.
  3. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 it continues to reboot, patches are disabled and fixup is removed. its only booted once to desktop and since then it will no longer boot. i would say it seems to not like my dsdt, but it wasn’t an issue before. I’ve tried booting in safe mode as well, Mojave is still installed on the other drive that it has.
  4. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 i got 10.13 dp1, installed, tried to use the first patch only and get a kernel panic once it tries to load the login screen. should i remove fixup and try again?
  5. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @ellaosx It’s a desktop. @lvs1974 I’ll look into that, I can boot with Linux and I’m sure the card will work. Fairly confident it’s macos blocking the card. with the Broadcom Linux sta driver it is working fine on xubuntu 18.04 or 18.10. i can test high Sierra 10.13.6, I do not have an installer available for anything older.
  6. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 I’ve seen it loaded in kextstat, one of my previous posts had it shown, ioreg I don’t remember seeing it. I'm seeing it in iojones, zip also has screen grabs. brcmfx-debug-logs-3.zip
  7. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 I’ll try when I get home, I see a normal WiFi icon, when I click on it it says looking for networks, then it becomes empty and changes from turn WiFi off to turn WiFi on and is empty or just an outline of the icon. with some tests at login it was empty. if I don’t use brcmfx-driver boot arg MFG loads and I have seen it load with previous attempts to get it working, @Pavo Got it to load by jumping things like whitelist check in the binary with kext to patch and still didn’t have WiFi, but that was with letting fixup handle normally.
  8. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 ah, guess it was a typo previously in one of the posts I saw from you. fixed that and booted with 43BA and 43A3 with both driver=0 and driver=2. no real change, but maybe now you will see something of value in my logs and think up a way to fix it or maybe there is a card I should be telling macOS I am using that is different than what I am? hope you do find a way to fix it. brcmfx-debug-logs-2.zip
  9. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 here is my entire clover, REDACTED the serials and uuid of course. config, kexts minus changes I've been making and DSDT by @MaLd0n SSDT by ssdtgenpr (piker alpha) CLOVER.zip
  10. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 it wasn’t booting before because I did not see you were using data on property 0 and CCG defaults to string. booted this time set as 43a3 and the results in io jones are reporting as 43a3. 43a3 brcmfx-driver=2 still goes to the hollow WiFi icon at scan. brcmfx-driver=0 reacts the same. 43ba brcmfx-driver=2 still goes to the hollow WiFi icon at scan. brcmfx-driver=0 Hollow icon at boot I will attach attach logs from my main and update this post. also should I be using these custom properties for my hackbook pro? WiFi works right away with fixup and Bluetooth with fakeid. brcmfx-debug-logs.zip
  11. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 well I suppose this card may be a lost cause, but maybe I am going about fixing it wrong. I'll get those logs for you tomorrow morning, maybe there will be something in them that is the missing piece to get it working properly.
  12. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 mine just says Third-Party Wireless Card with nothing else that i remember, but with AirportBrcmFixup it says 0x14E4, 0x854F or something similar. it does show the MAC address, channels, airdrop is supported, airdrop channel 6, status off.
  13. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    I tried 0 and 2, I tried 43ba and 43a3 separately, if I removed fixup and used fakeid instead, it would boot with no change. when it had a kp, I tried 43a0 and still had kp. keepsyms wasn’t enabled. I may have done something wrong, I am using clover configurator global, it set string as the value type by default.
  14. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    @lvs1974 Hoping this is correct, from iojones SLT1@0 > pcidebug : 07:00:00... going to have to make an educated(sort of) guess that is the pci address. I can't get this to work, I get a KP when this is set. I can only guess 07:00:00 is not the pci address of this or I did it wrong since it goes to KP while loading airport stuff.
  15. fallen00sniper

    AirportBrcmFixup

    I woke up early and tried FakeID 0x043ba14e4 add properties wifi device-id 043ba14e4 string the kext still patched, without the fix up it didn’t fake anything. I’m doing it wrong, can you advise how to fake the id? i didn’t see the rest of your reply until I opened it on IM site and will test more when I get home.
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