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Asus R541U 

I installed Niresh Mojave On it Every thing working expect Wifi when seen through Hacktool

I found it has a Pci Realtek 8723be

Its not working where as external mini usb wifi adapter is working

Please Help me to fix wifi Realtek 8723be PCIe wifi


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No support for distros such as Niresh here, read the forum rules.

Realtek RTL8723be has no support whatsoever in OS X/macOS afaik. That's a dead-end for sure.

Search the Net and Hackintosh forums before posting next time; you'd already have your answer had you done so...

Edited by Hervé

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      Credit Hackintosher.com for basic patches (although @syscl) covered some Credit to @syscl (clearly...) Credit to @Rehabman Credit to @syscl Kexts, and his contributers. ex. Lidwake.kext (although not fully compatible) Support
      Your welcome to open any issues on this thread, I personally have little DSDT knowledge so I will do my best to help! Thanks for Reading!
      - This is a clone from my GitHub, the link to the repository is below with all files
      - I would really like to hear everyone's experience trying this guide so please let me know in the comments how it worked for you, if you plan to try it, etc.
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