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  1. FANTASTIC!! thats works, thank you so much. My Bluetooth is now working correctly again. Just to confirm I am using: BrcmPatchRAM3.kext BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext In /L/E, all yours. Thanks again
  2. Hmm, very odd, as I have in Library/Extensions: BrcmPatchRAM2.kext BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext BrcmFirmwareData.kext BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext And my Bluetooth is activated: Happy to provide any logs. Where can we go from here?
  3. Hi, running log show --predicate 'processID==0' --last 10m | grep BrcmPatch Shows nothing and produces no files.
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    Dell XPS 13 9333 Headphone socket noise

    So, things work well after a reboot, but after a sleep, then I get the headphone noise back again. Any ideas please?
  5. Apologies, it turned out my issues were all config.plist related, something had altered it without my knowledge. I restored to a backed up version from a few weeks ago, and now all is well.
  6. My Dell XPS 13 9333 has been working well with lid close sleep and Brightness adjust, but I recently updated to 10.14.4 and updated Whatevergreen and Lilu, and somewhere, not sure how, my Brightness and sleep no longer work. I have attached debug log, if someone could take a look and suggest what Im missing, that would be great. Thanks. debug_27259.zip
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    Dell XPS 13 9333 Headphone socket noise

    Hervé, I thank you so much, a simple suggestion, but it worked a treat, headphone socket now works perfectly. I removed AppleHDA_ALC668, tried the alternative layout ID's and found that ID 27 was the winner Thanks again, much appreciated.
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    AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    Hi, I am using a Dell XPS 13 9333 laptop with Mojave 10.14.4, ALC688, Layout ID 3, I have good working audio via built in speakers but the headphones socket is not working correctly, when I plug headphones it I just get lots of noise and static, I can hear laptop sounds though the headphones, but with this added 'noise' and 'static'. I am using latest versions of Whatevergreen and Lilu. Any advise on how to get my headphone socket working please? UPDATE: Thanks to Hervé, my headphone socket now works perfectly. I removed AppleHDA_ALC668.kext, tried the alternative layout ID's and found that ID 27 was the winner.
  9. Hi, I have been using my Dell XPS 13 9333 laptop for about a year with Clover and various Mac OSX versions, without many issues.I am on Mojave 10.14.4, and 'mostly' everything is working well, except the headphones socket, when I plug headphones it I just get lots of noise and static, I can hear laptop sounds though the headphones, but with this added 'noise' and 'static'.I read older posts on this topic, which I tried, but with no change. It's ALC688, Layout ID 3. Any easy fix please?I have attached bug report logs.Thanks. debug_15994.zip
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    [UEFIPatch] UEFI patching utility

    OK, I know you want me to upgrade to 2403 first from ezflash so I don't loose my bios settings, but But will this work: 1. Currently on 2303, scewin the already edited 2303 nvram.txt back with SCEWIN_64 /i /s nvram.txt. 2. Reboot and fpt -d bios.bin to backup current bios. 3. fpt -rewrite -f bios-patched.bin to flash 2303 to PMPatched 2403. 4. Reboot and re-apply settings in bios. Would this work? What would be the problems with doing it this method?
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    [UEFIPatch] UEFI patching utility

    I am sorry, the this Asus P8Z77-V LX is one I use constantly in production, so this is why I am being cautious, the second I upgrade the Bios to 2403 standard I will not be able to boot Mavericks 10.9.3, so want to be 100% sure I can quickly get it back up and running with a patched 2403. So if I upgrade to 2403 standard boot to windows, dump the nvram.txt, end it to you for edit, you send it back, the next section I am sorry, but am still not sure about, could be please be very simple explanation step by step please, I would be very grateful. Kind regards.
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    [UEFIPatch] UEFI patching utility

    Ahh, maybe I have misunderstood. I want to goto 2403 patched Bios, but can't as my current patched bios 2303, is protected. So if I flash the nvram.txt file back with SCEWin, I can then flash my Bios suing FTK with a PMPatched 2403 Bios? Or have I misunderstood?
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    [UEFIPatch] UEFI patching utility

    Thats Excellent, many thanks. Can I use the FTK method, which I have used before, posted here: http://biosrepo.wordpress.com/ to flash with a PMPatched 2403 Bios back? Kind regards.
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    [UEFIPatch] UEFI patching utility

    Many thanks for this. File attached. This is the 2203 Bios nvram.txt from my Asus P8Z77-V LX. So on the return of the edited nvram.txt file.... 1. in Windows use SCEWIN_64 /i /s nvram.txt which writes it back to the board. 2. Reboot 3. Boot DOS and use FTK to flash an already patched 2403 bios file to the board. 4. On reboot, reset Bios and enjoy! (Hopefully) Kind regards. nvram.txt
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    [UEFIPatch] UEFI patching utility

    lightServer, that makes sense, so could I just run scewin on my current patched 2203 bios and send you the nvram.txt file for editing, scewin it back to the board, so I have an unlocked patched 2203, then just pmpatch a patched 2403 bios to the board. Would this work, as this wont impede on my workflow?