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  • Wayang-NT changed the title to [Release] macOS Big Sur 11.3

A tad over 1hr to update on my Haswell Toshiba laptop and just as long on my Ice Lake MacBook Air!:frantics:

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Anyone running Big Sur 11.3 on a laptop lost brightness control? Reported as no longer working on a couple of Dell Hacks (eg: Ivy Bridge/HD4000 Latitude E6230, Haswell/HD4600 Precision M6800). I can confirm the matter on my E6230.

1 hour ago, Hervé said:

Anyone running Big Sur 11.3 on a laptop lost brightness control? Reported as no longer working on a couple of Dell Hacks (eg: Ivy Bridge/HD4000 Latitude E6230, Haswell/HD4600 Precision M6800). I can confirm the matter on my E6230.

Brightness is still working on my X1 Extreme, haven't had a chance to update my M4700 yet.

Edit: Still works on my M4700

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No

5 hours ago, Hervé said:

Anyone running Big Sur 11.3 on a laptop lost brightness control? Reported as no longer working on a couple of Dell Hacks (eg: Ivy Bridge/HD4000 Latitude E6230, Haswell/HD4600 Precision M6800). I can confirm the matter on my E6230.

No! 

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7 hours ago, Hervé said:

Anyone running Big Sur 11.3 on a laptop lost brightness control? Reported as no longer working on a couple of Dell Hacks (eg: Ivy Bridge/HD4000 Latitude E6230, Haswell/HD4600 Precision M6800). I can confirm the matter on my E6230.

 

No issues with brightness control or any other new issue after upgrading to 11.3
(Dell XPS 15 9550 4K display)

2 hours ago, XanthraX said:

After the upgrade, I lost the USB 3.0 connections on the i3 based Hackintosh in my signature. Using Using OpenCore 0.6.8.

I resolved this and I post it for whose encounter the same problem. First I downloaded the last version of USBInjectAll.kext and XHCI-unsupported.kext as the advice of MladOn:

After this, only the USB 3.0 devices were seen, but not the USB 2.0 devices.

Then I unchecked the XhciPortLimit in Kernel -> Quirks, because some of my back panel USB ports were not recognised

Then I applied the patched in the picture. I don't know which of them makes the trick, but it works now. I hope it helps.

 

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After updating I lost the USB, all of them, I had to go to my test disk of big sur 11.2.3, update Hackintool to the latest version, do the mapping of my USB again and change the EFI 0.6.8 of the disk, that's how it worked all over again. 

 

only those marked in green after placing a usb stick 2 and 3 in all ports

you export results and put the resulting ssdt and kext in your EFI

 

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1 hour ago, Derty said:

After updating I lost the USB, all of them, I had to go to my test disk of big sur 11.2.3, update Hackintool to the latest version, do the mapping of my USB again and change the EFI 0.6.8 of the disk, that's how it worked all over again.

You must map your USB ports either though SSDT or though the plist-only kext, and disable XhciPortLimit

 

https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Post-Install/usb/intel-mapping/intel.html

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16 minutes ago, 1Ale1 said:

You must map your USB ports either though SSDT or though the plist-only kext, and disable XhciPortLimit

 

https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Post-Install/usb/intel-mapping/intel.html

I agree

USBInjectall is not the right way ; USBPort.kext is so much easier and correct . 

@XanthraX remap your USB ports as a kext and forget about it forever

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4 hours ago, golimpio said:

 

No issues with brightness control or any other new issue after upgrading to 11.3
(Dell XPS 15 9550 4K display)

care to share your EFI folder, please? thankyou

Hi guys.

Has anyone been able to clean install Big Sur 11.3? Neither Clover nor OpenCore see the USB installer.

4 minutes ago, Cyberdevs said:

Hi guys.

Has anyone been able to clean install Big Sur 11.3? Neither Clover nor OpenCore see the USB installer.

I am about to clean install on my test disk so if no one chips in, I will report back.

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16 hours ago, Hervé said:

Anyone running Big Sur 11.3 on a laptop lost brightness control? Reported as no longer working on a couple of Dell Hacks (eg: Ivy Bridge/HD4000 Latitude E6230, Haswell/HD4600 Precision M6800). I can confirm the matter on my E6230.

 

I lost brightness control when I installed the first beta of 11.3.  I fixed it by changing my PNLF device, which had been in my DSDT to Dortania's SSDT-PNLF.aml.

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Thanks for the update. I guess there's something wrong with the installer I have, I'm downloading the full installer as we speak so I'll give it a try when it's done.

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5 minutes ago, Cyberdevs said:

Thanks for the update. I guess there's something wrong with the installer I have, I'm downloading the full installer as we speak so I'll give it a try when it's done.

Yea sounds about right. Like I said mine went without a glitch.

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Could update directly via Software update. No USB port issues since I use a USBports.kext I made a while back. In my case the USBPorts.kext works more reliable than the .aml

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@mnfesq Thanks, that's exactly the situation I'm in and I was about to try that very thing. :)

 

Edit: confirmed that removing (old) PNLF device injection from my patched DSDT in favour of SSDT-PNLF (off Dortania) fully restored brightness control.

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