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  1. As shown in the image below, bluetooth works fine. However, it can't detect my wireless bluetooth earphones. These same earphones are easily detectable through Windows 10 on my machine. What could be the problem? I'm currently on 10.15.3 - Catalina. Using BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext BrcmFirmwareData.kext BrcmPatchRAM3.kext
  2. Hi there can someone please compile AirportBrcmFixup.kext and other Broadcom kexts for macOS Catalina
  3. Hi,I will be using ASUS ROG STRIX B360-I GAMING (mini-ITX) for my new build, and I'm trying to figure out the best solution for WiFi & Bluetooth. I understand that it should be possible to replace the WiFi/BT card that comes with the motherboard, but I'm confused about with what kind of card exactly. What connector will I need to be using? There are cards with miniPCI, M.2, some solutions require adapters, ...Is there a card I can simply swap in?Thank you
  4. Catalina seems to be a read only kext system so modifying kexts to make older hardware work doesn't seem to be possible at this point. However we have had success using Mojave kexts to get hardware to function. For bluetooth on Broadcom WiFi cards using injectorkext and adding the Mojave bluetooth kexts to System/Library/Extensions folder seems to have solved the connectability issue. Install Mojave kexts and use kext utility to repair permissions and caches before reboot. The Zip contains the Catalina original kexts as a backup in case you want to revert. Bluetooth kexts fix.zip For Atheros WiFi we are using Mojave modified with High Sierra kexts. Install in System/Library/Extensions folder and use kext utility to repair.
  5. Hi, I want to install MacOS Catalina on my laptop. I was installed MacOS Mojave previously but i had a lot of problem, for example my wifi's card (Dell DW1820A) had a problem: My pc sometimes doesn't boot up or pc after some minutes crashed or slowed. Now i want to try again to install macOS. this is my spec: HP 15-AY034NL CPU: i7 6500U with HD520 SSD: 500GB SSD Samsung Wifi & Bluetooth: Dell DW1820A (Bluetooth: BCM2045A0) (Wifi: BCM94350ZAE) USB 3.0 Ethernet: Realtek 8100 Attached in this thread, my old clover configuration created by me (CLOVER OLD) and clover with Wifi driver (CLOVER) created by Hervè (I had asked help at insanelymac's community) P.S SORRY FOR MY BAD ENGLISH. Thanks in advance -ANTONIO CLOVER OLD.zip CLOVER.zip
  6. Hello. I have system unit Dell Vostro 3267 (i5-6400, Skylake). Information in signature. In this system block module installed Atheros AR9565 802.11 b/g/n Wireless Network Adapter, which, as I understand it, combines Wi-Fi - Atheros AR9565 and Bluetooth Qualcomm QCA9565. I managed to get working Wifi with kext from chunnann. https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/312045-atheros-wireless-driver-os-x-101112-for-unsupported-cards/?page=17&tab=comments#comment-2509900 https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/328426-qualcomm-atheros-ar9565-wireless-for-os-x-108-1014/ Bluetooth works only if you first boot into Windows and then reboot into macOS from it. At the same time, you need to install drivers for bluetooth in Windows from the official Dell website, because the original drivers that Windows downloaded and installed itself - did not allow the bluetooth module to work even in Windows. In bluetooth settings, the power button was inactive and there was an eternal search for devices (if macOS was loaded immediately after the PC started). Enable button disable I cured just by adding the folder /kexts/Other kext BrcmBluetoothInjector by writing inside it in the Info.the plist file corresponds to the VendorID and ProductID of my bluetooth (which are displayed in the system report). BrcmBluetoothInjector_Mod.kext.zip I am disappointed that Windows is able to automatically download the firmware to the bluetooth module during the download, and Hackintosh macOS has not yet done such a kext. In the search for solutions to the problem I came across here are the options for the text: IOath3kfrmw (OS-X-Atheros-3k-Firmware) https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-atheros-3k-firmware/downloads/ https://github.com/RehabMan/OS-X-Atheros-3k-Firmware OS-X-BrcmPatchRAM https://github.com/the-darkvoid/BrcmPatchRAM https://github.com/RehabMan/OS-X-BrcmPatchRAM https://bitbucket.org/RehabMan/os-x-brcmpatchram/downloads/ https://bitbucket.org/anonymous_writer/os-x-brcmpatchram-catalina/downloads/ https://github.com/headkaze/OS-X-BrcmPatchRAM BTFirmwareUploader (as I understand it, this is an improved IOath3kfrmwr) https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/2925-bluetooth-firmware-uploader/ And here's a way - to use a virtual machine to the OS from it to download the firmware to the bluetooth module https://osxlatitude.com/forums/topic/10127-updated-nov-2017-fix-btfirmwareuploader-in-macos-high-sierra/ Unfortunately, not one of these options did not help me to ensure that bluetooth worked when "cold" start the PC in macOS. 1. I started to read more about kexts. In texte BrcmPatchRAM says that it is possible to add support for their bluetooth module in this kext. I downloaded the drivers for my bluetooth from the official site and extracted from .exe installer driver files themselves (This is easily done using 7-zip in Windows or using Keka in macOS). There were more files .dfu than others. As I found out .dfu files are compiled firmware files that the driver loads into the bluetooth module. In the instructions to BrcmPatchRAM States only .hex firmware files for Broadcom. I started looking for information on the Internet and found out that .hex files are the original "text" of the firmware as well .dfu is compiled .hex files. I immediately started looking for converters/decompilers/disassemblers from .in dfu .hex, but found only what's out .hex does .dfu file: https://github.com/pjsg/hex2dfu https://github.com/plietar/dfuse-tool https://github.com/kuro68k/ihex2dfu https://github.com/vpelletier/python-dfu As well as console utilities "dfu-tool" and "dfu-util" in Linux. I found out that dfu-util can be installed in macOS using Homebrew or use this option (it differs in functionality) https://github.com/the-darkvoid/dfu-util-osx 2. I also learned that .dfu files are used in macOS /System/Library/Extensions/IOBluetoothFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/IOBluetoothUSBDFU.kext/Contents/Resources I think we should try to replace all of them on that file that Windows loads the bluetooth module (I think if you try to do so, you need to make several copies of this file and rename it to the original ones .dfu files to be deleted). 3. As is the idea is just mine .dfu file rename to file .zhx and add it to the kext OS-X-BrcmPatchRAM (in BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext). But there is a problem - first, I don't know which one .dfu files are downloaded to my bluetooth, maybe even a few, because there are 3 files > 40 KB IN size and a lot of files ~ 2 KB in size. 4. In "dfu-tool" and "dfu-util" I saw commands that extract firmware from the device. Maybe it will be possible to boot into Linux and if bluetooth starts working there, then try to extract the firmware from bluetooth with these utilities, and then add this firmware to kexts somehow. 5. In the file BTFirmwareUploader.kex/Contents/MacOS/BTFirmwareUploader inside already have a list of firmwares, but they are in .hex format. Maybe there's a way to replace them with the contents .dfu file? I will continue to describe the ideas and results of the experiments. If you have any ideas or you can help to solve this problem, do not hesitate to write. Screenshots: Links to download drivers:
  7. End3rPower50

    Broadcom BCM94350ZAE on Mojave

    Hi, I bought a Dell DW1820A based on BCM94350ZAEI can't install kext for this chipset on my hackintoshCan anyone help me?Thanks in advace P.S Sorry for my bad English CLOVER.zip
  8. I'm co-founder of Bubble, a small start-up in SF, we're currently developing an API that enables you to : - detect if two phones with the same app are nearby, EVEN IF THE APPS ARE IN THE BACKGROUND - exchange data with people around you - send push notifications to users nearby. Simple examples : - exchange virtual currency / objects with people around you - automatically create a leaderboard based on the people you came across - get a push notification if you come across someone who is playing the same game as you. (with his highscore? ) What do you think ? We believe a lot can come from this, and we're looking for beta testers !
  9. I just updated my Dell Latitude E6400 (with NVIDIA Quadro graphics) to Snow Leopard 10.6.8 However, the built-in trackpad and keyboard do not work when I boot up from Chameleon (I used the latest Chameleon wizard)!! The keyboard and trackpad only work when I boot up from the XBooter CD (which was the only way for me to successfully install Snow Leopard). The battery indicator only shows up when I boot from XBooter, but does not appear when I boot up from Chameleon. The Appstore only works when I boot up from Chameleon. WiFi, Bluetooth, and the SDHC card slot do not work for both Chameleon and XBooter. I have already installed all kexts and dsdt for my model. The keyboard and trackpad stop working after an extended period of use when I boot from the XBooter CD. Also, in what position is the switch for the radio antenna to be on? To sum it up: Works for XBooter: Keyboard/Trackpad (Limited functionality) Battery Indicator (I used the Voodoo kext) Sound Doesn't work for XBooter: Appstore Works for Chameleon: Appstore Sound Doesn't work for Chameleon: Keyboard Trackpad Battery Indicator Doesn't work for both Chameleon and XBooter Wifi Bluetooth Mute Please provide feedback so I can get my Hackintosh up and running. If anyone can provide feedback on how to upgrade to Lion, that would be great. I have already tried xMove, but the installation gets stuck at the Apple logo when I boot up from the installation partition. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  10. Hi, Ive been having a little bit of trouble with my mac, it works beautifully just a few issues that i am currently having. I havnt installed a DSDT as i have been unable to find out, and not sure how i would install one either. i havnt installed any packages, just used [url="http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/279450-why-insanelymac-does-not-support-tonymacx86/"]#####[/url] and ran everything i needed to get audio and such to get working. But here are my issues: My sleep doesnt work properly, i put it to sleep and then on awaking nothing happens i just get a blank screen, i am unsure on what to do about this. Also heard about speedstepping, not sure exactly what to do with that either? My bluetooth dongle i have bought and used. it work on connecting my magic mouse and bluetooth keyboard, but when i turn off and turn back they are not automatically connected again, i have to remove the keyboard and repair it with the machine (the mouse not so much a problem, just need to click connect, but still it defeats the object of having them when i have to use a wired mouse to get them back online. here is the info on my bluetooth dongle i know about the hex to decimal stuff but that didnt get me anywhere. but if its a case of buying a new one then im happy to buy. so these are my issues i have been trying to resolve for a few weeks, just unable to find a solution. Thinking of upgrading the motherboard to deluxe or pro, if anyone has resolved all these problems with one of these boards, please let me know, how it can be done and how easy it is to do But if a solution is out there for this board that would be tremendous. i have Motherboard: p8p67 le CPU: i7 2600k cosair SD hd any questions just ask and i will try and the information for you Thanks Phil
  11. Hello, I have El Capitan with nearly everything working. The magic mouse doesn't auto connect each time I boot, I have to wait for the bluetooth prompt to appear in order to connect it. I am using Clover boot manager and IOgear bluetooth dongle with Z77DSH3 mainboard. I spent a lot of time bouncing my head against the wall, switching some (random) options with the clover configurator and I gave up. There is the config.plist attached for reference. config.plist.zip
  12. I bought the new Magic Trackpad 2 (far too expensive, but that's another topic) and cannot get more than simple move the pointer around the screen functionality on it. I have checked to make sure it works on another real Mac I have. I have 10.11.1 on an MSI Z77MA-G45. I have a custom DSDT with some USB fixes (still not getting USB 3.0 speeds however). I have installed in S/L/E: BrcmPatchRAM2.kext + BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext. I also have a Clover patch: <key>Comment</key> <string>10.11.dp1+ BT4LE-Handoff-Hotspot, credit RehabMan based on Dokterdok original</string> <key>Find</key> <data>SIX/dEdIiwc=</data> <key>Name</key> <string>IOBluetoothFamily </string> <key>Replace</key> <data>Qb4PAAAA60Q=</data> Below are some additional info, advice would be great. Apple Bluetooth Software Version: 4.4.2f1 16391 Hardware, Features, and Settings: Name: pb Address: 00-02-72-C5-C8-F3 Bluetooth Low Energy Supported: Yes Handoff Supported: No Instant Hot Spot Supported: No Manufacturer: Broadcom Transport: USB Chipset: 20702A3 Firmware Version: v14 c5555 Bluetooth Power: On Discoverable: On Connectable: Yes Auto Seek Pointing: On Remote wake: On Vendor ID: 0x0A5C Product ID: 0x21E8 HCI Version: 0x6 HCI Revision: 0x15B3 LMP Version: 0x6 LMP Subversion: 0x220E Device Type (Major): Computer Device Type (Complete): Mac Desktop Composite Class Of Device: 0x380104 Device Class (Major): 0x01 Device Class (Minor): 0x01 Service Class: 0x1C0 Auto Seek Keyboard: On Console output for BRCM 2015/10/31 12:04:38.000 AM kernel[0]: BrcmPatchRAM2: Version 2.2.1 starting on OS X Darwin 15.0. 2015/10/31 12:04:38.000 AM kernel[0]: BrcmPatchRAM2: [0a5c:21e8]: USB [000272C5C8F3 v274] "BCM20702A0" by "Broadcom Corp" 2015/10/31 12:04:39.000 AM kernel[0]: BrcmPatchRAM2: [0a5c:21e8]: Firmware upgrade completed successfully. 2015/10/31 12:04:39.000 AM kernel[0]: BrcmPatchRAM2: [0a5c:21e8]: Found existing IOKit personality "com.apple.iokit.BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport". 2015/10/31 12:04:39.000 AM kernel[0]: BrcmPatchRAM2: Processing time 0.505 seconds.
  13. Hey guys, I have had a z97 pro wifi ac build for about a year now, and it works great, except I cannot get the onboard bluetooth to work. It shows up in my system profiler under USB as "BCM20702A0". When I use a kext named "asusBCM20702A0Bluetooth.kext", the usb gets recognized, but it doesnt pair with my devices (it sees them, but then it says pairing failed). I already deleted the bluetooth plist and restarted. I am on clover, and on yosemite 10.10.5. I have also tried other kexts (bcrmpatchram) but that one doesnt do anything. Does anyone have a z97 on yosemite 10.10.5 with working onboard bluetooth? thanks
  14. egparadigm

    Bluetooth & WiFi n00b

    Hi All, New to the forum and hackintoshing. I have built TonyMacX's mini deluxe with the GA-Z87N-WIFI mobo and am running Mavericks/10.9.4. WiFi apparently is a no go and it turns out the bluetooth has serious issues. I had it working at one point, but now it's gone AWOL and from all I have read it doesn't look like anyone has got it going properly. My situation: I don't really *need* WiFi, it would be a nice extra. I need bluetooth only because I have a wireless mouse I rather like (in fact I had to borrow this wired mouse )! Can someone introduce me to this world of WiFi & BT on hackintosh? I found Toleda's guide and read a few other threads. Is there a plug and play option available to me? I want to minimise any additional software fixes to avoid agony when I inevitably update the OS. It seems like the only plug and play for BT is a dongle, such as GMYLE – is that right? I am very fond of the little aerial that came with my mobo and I had hoped to simply replace the card on the mobo, which I think is a mini-PCIe? Are there any options better than the one's Toleda mentions? Probably really obvious stuff, but I'd love some help from someone more experienced. Thanks for reading.
  15. Hello guys! I'm having a problem with post-installation with my mavericks, made usb install stick with Pandora's Box on vmware. Installed with boot args ( -x -v maxmem=4096 npci=0x2000 GraphicsEnabler=Yes) Thought that those would work after installing also but they didnt. I tried to google it out whats the problem is. http://imgur.com/6VUWL6U Thats the place where im stuck.. it goes sometimes to something IOCatalogue etc but not going from there also.
  16. hi I was wondering if anyone have some ideas on how to fix the bluetooth, card reader, camera and battery status icon. I know they can be fixed as they still work in Mac OS X ML. Also, i was wondering if anyone know how to check if all the cpu cores is run at the right speed? My computer spec Model: HP Pavilion dv6-2155ee CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-540M Processor (3M Cache, 2.53 GHz) RAM: 4GB DDR3 GFX card: GeForce GT 230M, 1GB PCI-E Sound: IDT 92HD75B3 @ Intel Ibex Peak PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [111D-7603] Ethernet: Realtek RTL8168D/8111D PCI-E Gigabit [10EC-8168] Wireless: Broadcom 43224AG 802.11a/b/g/draft-n [14E4-4353]
  17. I have an Intel NUC i7 RYH running as a Macbook Pro 12,1 via clover. Originally installed El Cap, and everything worked fine except the unsupported wifi/bluetooth embedded in the NUC's mobo, which was fine, whatever. But on the first release of Sierra Apple mistakenly threw us a bone! The included bluetooth worked, but not the wifi which is still unsupported. I happily used the integral bluetooth until the first update to Sierra came along, and bluetooth mysteriously disappeared. I just updated to 10.12.3 and it's still gone from the settings menu. I made a Ubuntu bootstick to verify that it wasn't a hardware problem, and all of my devices do in fact sync up just fine under Ubuntu. Here's the output of the console in regard to blued. http://pastebin.com/LG5MEuKB And my USB device list showing the identified bluetooth controller is attached. As of these last two updates I get "no information found" in the bluetooth system report and the bluetooth menu item is greyed out, showing "not available". Anyone got any ideas?
  18. I updated to Mountain Lion and my D-Link DB-120 Bluetooth dongle has been working intermittently. It was working at first, then stopped. Then started working again - now not. I think the changes are to do with the way I've been loading kexts. I was experimenting with the Lion bluetooth kexts in an attempt to fix things. Now I've moved all my kexts to S/L/E and rebuilt the kernel cache. I'm using the Mountain Lion bluetooth kexts. The Bluetooth dongle is not properly recognised: Apple Bluetooth Software Version: 4.1.7f2 12718 Hardware Settings: Address: 00-13-46-11-6E-8F Manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio Name: xxx's Mac Pro Firmware Version: 525 Bluetooth Power: On Discoverable: Off Connectable: Yes Remote wake: On Vendor ID: 0x0A12 Product ID: 0x0001 HCI Version: 0x1 HCI Revision: 0x20D LMP Version: 0x1 LMP Subversion: 0x20D Device Type (Major): Miscellaneous Device Type (Complete): Miscellaneous Composite Class Of Device: 0x0000 Device Class (Major): 0x00 Device Class (Minor): 0x00 Service Class: 0x00 If I use the Lion bluetooth kexts, the dongle is recognised correctly. But when I do sudo kextcache -prelinked-kernel to rebuild the kernel cache, there is an error with the AppleHIDMouse kext, and I guess this is why my Magic Mouse is not detected. There is also an error if I use the Lion AppleHIDMouse.kext Any suggestions? Other people seem to have this dongle working in ML OK... Thanks.
  19. meziatto

    BCM94360CD or BCM943602CS?

    Hi, I want to buy wifi/bluetooth combo card which I hope works natively and let my mouse to work in motherboard UEFI and Clover boot screen. I saw two choices. Which one to choose BCM94360CD or BCM943602CS or any other suggestion? Thanks,
  20. On 10.7 and 10.8 i can remove that setup within files Info.plist on /S/L/CoreServices/Setup Assistant.app/Contents But there is no files Setup Assistant.app on 10.9. Can you help me with this? *i guess i can simply insert USB Keyboard. but i does'nt have any usb keyboard.
  21. Hi, i want to buy "Broadcom bcm94350zae" for my laptop is this compatible with macOS Mojave?
  22. Hello Guys, I have bought a new Multicard Reader for my hackintosh. It have also bluetooth , and everything is working, unless bluetooth. the panel says that I don't have bluetooth hardware, but in my system info there are 1 "Bluetooth HCI" device. What could I do to recognize correctly? this is the multicard: http://www.tacens-anima.com/accesorios/lectores/acr3/ and here is in my computer: thanks you for the help!
  23. Howdy all. bluetooth issues here. my bluetooth is built into my t60 and it has a bcm2045 chipset. It is detected as a usb device under USB DEVICE TREE. done some researching and there are some fixes that make it perform better when its detected but nothing about this specific problem. bluetooth works fine before computer is put to sleep. Before sleeping bluetooth light on computer is lit. When put to sleep bluetooth light on the thinkpad is turned off. Upon waking from sleep the bluetooth icon has a line through it and my built in bluetooth bcm2045 is no longer detected in the bluetooth section of system profiler. BT light never comes back on. It also disappears from the USB device tree in system profiler. When i reboot bt shows up and works fine again. laptop is a t60 with custom dsdt from silencer. I assume its just some dsdt fix but im not sure where to start. any experts available? should just be a quick fix in dsdt. heres my dsdt. Love and light EDIT: found another USB dongle that plugs in and it survives the sleep cycles just fine. im stumped dsdt.rtf
  24. Intro You might have noticed that once you pair your Bluetooth devices in either Mac or Windows, you blatantly need to re-pair the same devices every time in order to utilize them. This is due to the fact, that, despite pairing these devices on the same BT adapter, each OS stores the pairing keys uniquely. My guide is a step-by-step procedure to remedy this problem. If you would like to learn more about the internals of the solution itself, please refer to the following: - The original thread about fixing this problem can be found here by camoguy. Awesome work! - The original code for automating the fix is hosted here. Congratulations on your work, I was able to learn Python because of you and your interesting project. Procedure A) Boot into Windows, open Bluetooth preferences. Pair all Bluetooth devices that you plan on using on both Mac/Windows. You need to pair on Windows first because certain drivers are installed while you pair new devices. C) Restart into macOS, open your Bluetooth panel. D) Pair once again the same Bluetooth devices. If you have trouble pairing, lookup how to enable Discovery Mode on your devices. E) Open Terminal, run chmod +x ~/Desktop/bt.py (this file is attached on this post). F) Run ~/Desktop/bt.py G) On you desktop you will find BTFix/BTFix.reg, copy this file on your Windows disk or an external USB disk. H) Reboot into Windows. I) Download PSTools and extract it on your Downloads folder (or any other folder). J) Run cmd.exe as Administrator, navigate to your PSTools folder. K) Type psexec -s -i C:\Windows\regedit.exe L) Regedit is now open. Click File -> Import, and select your previously generated BTFix.reg file. M) Restart Windows. N) Check that all your Bluetooth devices connect successfully. Notes Bluetooth 4.0 devices are not covered with this version. As soon as I get a Bluetooth 4.0 capable device in order to experiment, I will update this thread with findings. Waiting for your input too! bt (El Capitan, Sierra).zip bt (High Sierra).zip
  25. Hi, I replaced the H170N-WIFI onboard bt card with the ASUS USB BT400 dongle. It works but Handoff and AirDrop won’t work. I install all kexts for fixing Broadcom card, but in System Information, in Bluetooth section I see “Handoff: no”. Anyone can help me? Sorry for my English! my build mobo: H170N-WiFi cpu: i5-6500 gpu: gtx 1060 6gb (not work on Mojave) Ram: 16Gb ddr4 2133 MHz