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?
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.
OK, I've searching for days trying to gather up the tools to make my current install work correctly. I'm well on my way. But all the links to the things I currently must have were apparently nuked "during a forum upgrade". :(
As far as EFI Studio goes; I can find many links to it. But for Insanelymac, they're broken (due to the upgrade), or for the Netkas site, they're links to either Rapidshare, or Mediafire that also no linger exist. I see many users here indicating that they used it to tweak their DSDT. But the web (google/duckduckgo), Instanelymac, and Netkas seem to have no idea where it's gone.
Could some kind soul please share a copy, or a link? I'm a loooong time hacker, and would love to bring it back to life. In fact, I'd love to improve it -- or at least bring it up to current times. If only I knew where it was.
Thank you for all your time, and consideration.
I have the WiFi/Bluetooth chipset BCM943602CS and a Magic Keyboard, the Bluetooth module is connected to an internal USB port and I set the type to 255 (internal) in a custom SSDT.
My Hackintosh is sleeping fine with darkwake set without any value in Clover Configurator.
Only Problem is that it won't wake from sleep on key presses.
I already tested this USB port with a normal keyboard and the result was that it wakes up my Hackintosh on key presses.
The tiny LED on the WiFi/Bluetooth card also shines while sleeping.
And in system settings the Bluetooth wake option is enabled, too.
Has someone an idea where the problem could be or which additional settings I have to verify?
Thank you all