I have a Asus Zenbook with the following characteristics:
Model: ASUS Zenbook UX310UQ
CPU: Intel Core i7-7500U CPU @ 2.70GHz
IGPU: Intel HD Graphics 620
RAM: 8GBx2 => 16GB RAM Bus 2133
Wifi: Replaced with DW1560.
Clover: Clover 5120
Storage: SSD Crucial 500GB
Everything works fine!
I have the WiFi/Bluetooth chipset DW1560 (DCM20702A) and a Logitech K380 Keyboard and magic mouse. My Hackintosh is sleeping fine 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. 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
Hello everyone, I would like to know how to transfer (downgrade) the bluetooth module from Sierra to High Sierra. On my iMac 2011, equipped with a bluetooth 4 dongle, I have three partitions: one with Sierra, one with High Sierra and one with Catalina (patch). There is no way or program to connect High Sierra with the iPhone via bluetooth, while with Sierra and Catalina there are no problems. After many unsuccessful attempts (I tried all the methods found on Google), I decided to try to transfer the Sierra bluetooth drivers to High Sierra, but I don't know which files should be moved. Can anyone more experienced than me help me?
Big Problem.., My Hack can not recognize my USB3 and no Bluetooth ....
I'm on High Sierra 10.13.6 (max with my NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 CG 4070 MB)
- Rampage V + 5820K config
- 32G Ram
- GeForce GTX 970
- full of HD ssd
I am attaching my config.plist! and print my ktext screen ( I have to clean my room...)
Key Features of the Driver
Supports Qualcomm Atheros AR816x, AR817x, Killer E220x, Killer E2400 and Killer E2500.
Support for multisegment packets relieving the network stack of unnecessary copy operations when assembling packets for transmission.
No-copy receive and transmit. Only small packets are copied on reception because creating a copy is more efficient than allocating a new buffer.
TCP, UDP and IPv4 checksum offload (receive and transmit).
Support for TCP/IPv6 and UDP/IPv6 checksum offload.
Makes use of the chip's TCP Segmentation Offload (TSO) feature with IPv4 and IPv6 in order to reduce CPU load while sending large amounts of data.
Fully optimized for Mountain Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite (64bit architecture) but should work with Lion (only 64bit) too, provided you build from source with the 10.7 SDK.
Wake on LAN support.
VLAN support used to be broken in older versions but is working since version 2.3.2.
The driver is published under GPLv2.