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    • By AbhilashSathe
      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

    • By Desknote
      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
    • By End3rPower50
      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
    • By Drovosek
      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:
       
    • By daltanious78
      hi all, I need a suggestion.
      I have an azurwave BCM94352GMB Wi-Fi / Bluetooth card, I tried to show it to my hackintosh with fakepciid and the other kext that serve for its operation but without success .. and if I see the card (even just Bluetooth or Wi -Fi) crashes the hackintosh not allowing you to do anything ... is there anything I can do is that I most probably haven't thought of?

      Thank you for all
       
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