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  1. Hello all, after buying Logitech M557 and K380 for macOS, I soon realized some Apple's extended feature does not work any more. @Andy Vandijck has posted great work on wired devices. After doing some research and comparing @Andy Vandijck's work, I've successfully enabled extended feature for non-Apple wireless devices(Keyboard/Mouse). Here's the step of how to use FakeAppleWirelessMouse: Find out your wireless' device product ID(pid) and vendor ID(vid). For example, Logitech M557's pid = 45072(0x0b010), vid = 1133(0x046d). Open FakeAppleWirelessMouse.kext/Contents/Info.plist and replace all(3x) pid and vid with your own. Place FakeAppleWirelessMouse.kext to bootloader's inject folder or /Library/Extensions or /System/Library/Extensions(choose one of it), then reboot. Notice: if you install kext in place other than boot loader's inject folder, place don't forget to rebuild your kernel cache before reboot by sudo kextcache -i / Here's some proof of my working M557 tested on MacBookPro141: For those want AppleWirelessKeyboard, same procedure as above. Here's all the require kexts: FakeAppleWirelessMouse.kext.zip FakeAppleWirelessKeyboard.kext.zip credit: @Andy Vandijck for his previous work credit: syscl who ported it to Bluetooth/Wireless Device Good luck everyone:) syscl