I've got an Asus Z390 ROG Strix Gaming i motherboard working perfectly on Catalina 10.15.4 with OpenCore 5.7. The only issue is trying to use a DW1560 wireless/ bluetooth card following the documented process of adding the four kexts. Its a supported chipset but needs to kexts to function both in Clover or OpenCore.
Use when firmware loading is not required.
Loads firmware into the bluetooth device and activates it. For macOS 10.10 or earlier.
Loads firmware into the bluetooth device and activates it. For macOS 10.10-10.14.
Loads firmware into the bluetooth device and activates it. For macOS 10.15.
Provides firmware to BrcmPatchRAM2.
The first kext to load after the primary ones is supposed to be BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext but that causes a failure to boot. I think the error message says the kext can't be found but its properly called out in the config.plist and it's sitting in the kexts folder. I changed wireless cards for one that is natively supported but it still is a head scratcher. Any help would be appreciated.
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