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Hold and behold, I updated to 10.10.3 forgetting that the patch is only for 10.10.2.

 

Right now, I have FakePCI to get the BCM94352 to be recognised. Other than that, the 5GHz patch seems to be working.

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I managed to change the Country Code of the Airport Card by modifying the 5GHz US/FCC Clover Patch ! :)

Custom FR BCM94352 5 GHz (>10.10.3)
Name AirPortBrcm4360
Find 41 83 FC FF 74 2C 48
Replace 66 C7 06 46 52 EB 2B
 
FR 46 52
 
You can modify it with your own 2-letters country code :
Custom ?? BCM94352 5 GHz (>10.10.3)
Name AirPortBrcm4360
Find 41 83 FC FF 74 2C 48
Replace 66 C7 06 ?? ?? EB 2B
Codes mentioned in AirPortBrcm4360 ... but not tested yet ! (except FR DE US CA GB)
AE AF AR AT AU AZ BD BE BG BN BR BT BY CA CH CL CN CO CR CY CZ DE DK DO EC EE EG ES FI FR GB GR GT GU HK HN HR HU ID IE IL IN IS IT JM JO JP KH KR KZ LA LI LK LT LU LV MA MM MN MO MT MV MX MY NI NL NO NP NZ PA PE PH PK PL PR PT PY RO RS RU SA SE SG SI SK SV TH TR TT TW UA US UY VE VI VN ZA
 
More informations : here

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hello

 

this patch is working in 10.10.3

 

10.10.2 and newer, 5GHz
Binary patch: AirPortBrcm4360 (US: 1 or 2, not both)
US/FCC the-darkvoid #981
Find: 41 83 FC FF 74 2C 48
Replace: 66 C7 06 55 53 EB 2B
 
 
good hack

 

Thank you

Working flawless on Asus Z87 Deluxe/Dual on 10.10.3

 

//SweNic

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I managed to change the Country Code of the Airport Card by modifying the 5GHz US/FCC Clover Patch ! :)

Custom FR BCM94352 5 GHz (>10.10.3)
Name AirPortBrcm4360
Find 41 83 FC FF 74 2C 48
Replace 66 C7 06 46 52 EB 2B
 
FR 46 52
 
You can modify it with your own 2-letters country code :
Custom ?? BCM94352 5 GHz (>10.10.3)
Name AirPortBrcm4360
Find 41 83 FC FF 74 2C 48
Replace 66 C7 06 ?? ?? EB 2B
Codes mentioned in AirPortBrcm4360 ... but not tested yet ! (except FR DE US CA GB)
AE AF AR AT AU AZ BD BE BG BN BR BT BY CA CH CL CN CO CR CY CZ DE DK DO EC EE EG ES FI FR GB GR GT GU HK HN HR HU ID IE IL IN IS IT JM JO JP KH KR KZ LA LI LK LT LU LV MA MM MN MO MT MV MX MY NI NL NO NP NZ PA PE PH PK PL PR PT PY RO RS RU SA SE SG SI SK SV TH TR TT TW UA US UY VE VI VN ZA
 
More informations : here

 

 

 

Good

 

Bien tout ça !

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I managed to change the Country Code of the Airport Card by modifying the 5GHz US/FCC Clover Patch ! :)

My bad ... this has been discovered a long time ago ... but I was unaware of that ...  :whistle:

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Guys, help pls.

I can't id my wi-fi as native AirPort Extreme: http://gyazo.com/ae72e0bf7715263b158d345df9fd35ab

 

My dsdt section: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/LVVpVz

Clover patches: http://gyazo.com/3dd3975af133c3b3a1c6794694115266

 

OS X 10.10.3

Def: MacMini6,2

Adapter: azurewave aw-ce123h

 

PS WiFi fake id is 0x43a014E4

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I can't id my wi-fi as native AirPort Extreme: 

See Post #1, Problem Reporting: attach all files.

Gyazo is not a good choice; will not open a dmg from that site.

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I know this is going to come across as completely hopeless sounding but here goes:

 

I am attempting the BCM94352 5 Ghz/BT Handoff Patch via the Clover/kext patch. I downloaded the 10.10.2 and newer config-bmc94352-102.plist.zip. I opened the config.plist.

 

Here's where I'm confused: which part of the 102.plist text do I copy and where do I paste it in the config.plist?

 

Do I copy the entire 102.plist text, cut out the the parts I don't want, then paste it into the config.plist

 

Or do I copy only one specific section of the 102.plist text then paste it into the config.plist

 

I am confused by the difference of the language in the 102.plist file and the config.plist.  I.e. the 102.plist has a number of sections separated by "{" characters which are not present in the config.plist file which has sections separated by </dict>

 

Because of my lack of experience, I did try the Kext/binary patch method but ran into "10.10.3 is not supported as seen in the copy below from my terminal window:

Patch Options:

1 - Handoff only

2 - Handoff/BCM94352/US-FCC

3 - Handoff/BCM94352/XT-ROW

Select Patch (1, 2 or 3): 2

Password:

 

Copy S/L/E/IOBluetoothFamily.kext to Desktop/IOBluetoothFamily-10.10.3.kext

OS X Version: 10.10.3 is not supported

No system files were changed

To save a Copy to this Terminal session: Terminal/Shell/Export Text As ...

logout

 

 

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hello

 

is something like this .. only need the specific part of the kext patch for hand off

 

 

 

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good hack

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Hello everyone!

 

I have updated OSX up to 10.10.3 version.

Since now my WI-FI/bluetooth module BCM4352 does not work correctly anymore. The WI-FI works, but BT module does not see the BT device.

Using the previous OSX version 10.10.2 there were no problems, everything worked ok. 

 

Please help. 

Is there any chance to install the previous version back (10.10.2) again?

Or maybe there is any working patch for 10.10.3?

 

Thx.

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Hello everyone!

 

I have recently got Yosemite 10.10.3 on my HP Pavilion dv-3150eu using Clover (3202). Everything worked except the included Ralink/Motorola wifi/bluetooth so I got it replaced with 43b1 - BCM94352 HMB/AzureWave AW-CE123H 2.4/5 GHz, ac+abgn, 2 stream, 867 Mbs + BT4LE

using a modded BIOS to bypass the whitelist.

 

Everything works in Windows 8.1 Pro using the latest drivers found at Asus/X88 Deluxe/Wifi + Bluetooth but in Yosemite I cannot get the bluetooth to work/pair.

 

My configuration following your guide in post #1 is as follows:

 

1. I have installed bcm4352.kext and BrcmPatchRam.kext in Clover/kexts/10.10/*

2. I have the following wifi/bluetooth related settings in Clover config.plist:

    Clover/ACPI/FixAirport = disabled

    Clover/Devices/FakeWifi = 0x0000

    Clover/KernelAndKextPatches/BCM94352 5GHz US/FCC (AirPortBrcm4360: 4183FCFF742C48 -> 66C7065553EB2B)

    Clover/KernelAndKextPatches/BCM94352 Airport Extreme (AirPortBrcm4360: 6B100000750D -> 6B1000009090)

    Clover/KernelAndKextPatches/BT4LE Handoff/Hotspot (IOBluetoothFamily: 4885C0745C0FB748 -> 41BE0F000000EB59)

 

Using this configuration I have the Wifi up and running as AirPort Extreme (0x14E4, 0x2123), FCC/US and both 2.4GHz and 5GHz channels available (see attachment).

 

The bluetooth is also available and the firmware is updated to v14 c5575 but I cannot see any devices and/or pair with them.

 

Your assistance in getting the bluetooth up and running would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thank you in advance

 

Update 1:

 

Repairing disk permissions and rebooting seems to make the bluetooth work!. Now If put the computer to sleep the bluetooth is not available on resume. Also In order to make it work again I need to re-fix disk permissions and reboot. After sleep the driver seems to corrupt some of the files it accesses. Btw I am using Rehabman BrcmPatchRam.kext. Any suggestions for making the bluetooth sleep?

 

Update 2:

 

Unfortunately after shutting down the laptop for an hour and turning it back on the bluetooth is back to not usable and disk permissions doesn'f fix anything. I tried disabling the bluetooth but I get the following in the system.log:

5/8/15 1:08:23.000 AM kernel[0]: **** [IOBluetoothHCIController][CallBluetoothHCIReset] -- ERROR -- BluetoothHCIReset() failed to reset device! Error = 0xFF02 (kBluetoothSyncHCIRequestTimedOutWaitingToBeSent) -- 0xe000 ****
5/8/15 1:08:23.000 AM kernel[0]: REQUIRE_NO_ERR failure: 0xff02 - file: /SourceCache/IOBluetoothFamily_kexts/IOBluetoothFamily-4304.4.4/Core/Family/HCI/Transports/USB/IOBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport/IOBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport.cpp:1983
5/8/15 1:08:29.000 AM kernel[0]: REQUIRE_NO_ERR failure: 0xff02 - file: /SourceCache/IOBluetoothFamily_kexts/IOBluetoothFamily-4304.4.4/Core/Family/HCI/IOBluetoothFamily.cpp:28240
5/8/15 1:08:29.000 AM kernel[0]: REQUIRE_NO_ERR failure: 0xff02 - file: /SourceCache/IOBluetoothFamily_kexts/IOBluetoothFamily-4304.4.4/Core/Family/HCI/Transports/USB/BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport/BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport.cpp:1030
5/8/15 1:08:29.000 AM kernel[0]: **** [IOBluetoothHostControllerUSBTransport][setPowerStateWL] -- PerformPowerStateChange() failed: 0xFF02 (kBluetoothSyncHCIRequestTimedOutWaitingToBeSent) -- powerStateOrdinal = OFF, mCurrentInternalPowerState = ON -> mPendingInternalPowerState = OFF -- 0x5800 ****

Update 3:

 

This morning I boot up the laptop (after trying to disable it last night - see log above) and the bluetooth was disabled. I enabled it and it works... Perhaps something is inconsistent between reboots with the enabled state of the bluetooth controller that renders it unusable.

 

Update 4:

One thing I noticed is that the Bluetooth/Hardware, Features and Settings/Name key is empty when the bluetooth is not working...

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config.plist.zip

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IORegistry.zip

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Hi all,

 

I patched my kext followed this topic. everything looks good (image attached).

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Then I config my iPhone 5c: login icloud account, enable Handoff, bluetooth, wifi ...

Botth MacOSX and iPhone are connecting to same wifi network. then I use other phone to call to my iPhone => the Handoff does not work on my MacOSX. nothing happen.

Please help. Thanks!

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Update 2.5 - 5/19/2015 - 10.10.3
Added 1. wireless_bcm94352-100-v3.0.command, 2. config-bcm94352-103.plist and 3. Country Code support, credit: Sebinouse. Removed Country Code/XT.
 
Note; wireless_bcm94352-100-v3.0.command, and config-bcm94352-103.plist support all versions of Yosemite (10.10, 10.10.1, etc.)

then I use other phone to call to my iPhone => the Handoff does not work on my MacOSX. nothing happen.

Is the iPhone ringing?  Is the Yosemite Desktop showing an incoming call?


Update 4:

One thing I noticed is that the Bluetooth/Hardware, Features and Settings/Name key is empty when the bluetooth is not working...

Broadcom firmware update is not completing successfully.  Any Console messages for BrcmPatchRam.kext?

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Is the iPhone ringing?  Is the Yosemite Desktop showing an incoming call?

Yes, my iPhone ringing, but Yosemite Desktop show nothing :|

Hi toleda,

 

I have just try with your new version. it is now working like a charm. Thank you so much!

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Hi,

 

I would like to setup native apple bluetooth to work out of the box with yosemite to support my magic trackpad. I am researching my options and am a little confused. Option 1 is a bcm94360cd with pcie adapter:

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00L35XSMS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3O907TGH68703

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NQAXDW8/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A2J520W5PGU5J2

 

Option two is a motherboard usb plugin card which seems the cleanest way to go:

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Internal-Bluetooth-Adapter-Hackintosh-Computer/dp/B00MBFYE4K

 

But option 2 not available to ship to US. Anyone with advice or experience please respond.

 

thank you.

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would like to setup native apple bluetooth to work out of the box with yosemite to support my magic trackpad.

If the bcm94360cd is what is advertised, it will work. Neither adapter will work. Need mini PCIe to PCIe x1 with USB 2.0 connector for BT.

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What about this mini usb adapter?

 

 

Bluetooth Adapter Dongle, GMYLE® Ultra-Mini USB Broadcom BCM20702 Class 2 Bluetooth V4.0 Dual Mode Dongle Wireless Adapter with LED

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007MKMJGO?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s01

 

or does it have to go through the pci-e bus?

 

thank you.

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I am having real trouble with 10.11 as far as continuity and handoff go.  I cannot get Bluetooth working with the vanilla IOBluetoothFamily.kext and I cannot get my wifi to use Brcm4360 despite my DSDT patch.  It will only work with Brcm4331.  Is this a whitelist issue?  What's going on? BTW, I have continuity and handoff working perfectly in Yosemite.

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I am having real trouble with 10.11 as far as continuity and handoff go.  I cannot get Bluetooth working with the vanilla IOBluetoothFamily.kext and I cannot get my wifi to use Brcm4360 despite my DSDT patch.  It will only work with Brcm4331.  Is this a whitelist issue?  What's going on? BTW, I have continuity and handoff working perfectly in Yosemite.

Read here for bluetooth

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/306632-broadcom-bluetooth-20702a/?do=findComment&comment=2144734

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Hi,

 

I tried to make changes in HEX for my BCM943224 (0x4353) but doesn't.
 
I did the patch for macbookpro6,1 (Mac-F22589C8, need because of the Intel HD Graphics) using Clover.
I tried to use in Fake ID Wi-Fi 0x43a014E4 and 0x435314E4, but no results.
 

Can anyone help me? OS X 10.10.3.

 

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