Jump to content

[pre-release] macOS Sequoia


fantomas
238 posts in this topic

Recommended Posts

Supported SMBIOS(es) for macOS Sequoia:

 

iMac19,1
iMac19,2
iMac20,1

iMac20,2

iMacPro1,1

MacBookAir9,1

MacBookPro15,1
MacBookPro15,2

MacBookPro15,3

MacBookPro15,4
MacBookPro16,1
MacBookPro16,2
MacBookPro16,3
MacBookPro16,4

Macmini8,1

MacPro7,1

  • Like 8
  • Thanks 5
Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 minute ago, strangeron said:

4.29 GB

image.png

I really won't be that brave to upgrade on a perfectly good working daily Ventura or Sonoma.

It has to be a Test Drive all day long for the time being, but that's me being cautious.

  • Like 8
Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 minutes ago, Skyfallkavu said:

Wow, good sign that AMD patches seem to be working. I'm wondering about the WiFi patches.

That's nice but just a reminder, this is the first developer preview Apple will break tons of stuff in the up coming releases as they always do! :hysterical:

  • Like 5
  • Haha 5
Link to comment
Share on other sites

18 minutes ago, Cyberdevs said:

The sad part is that the Apple Intelligence probably won't work on Intel Macs as stated in the presentation it requires M1 Apple Silicon and up.

Apple can keep their intelligence and we will keep on using our Hackintosh Intelligence (HI) till the end 🤠

  • Like 4
  • Thanks 1
  • Haha 5
Link to comment
Share on other sites

No luck on my build, stalls at:

 

[AHCI][PRT][00170010] EnablePortOperation: :3281:Enabling port 1
[AHCI][PRT][00170010] setPowerState:: 2937: inNewPowerState: 2

I do need to use DevirtualiseMmio which if i remember correctly caused problems with sonoma beta until it was addressed in opencore

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I was able to install Sequoia.  I had to disable AMFIPass.kext and I cannot boot into the installed OS with that kext enabled.  I was unable to use OCLP.  Version 1.5.0 found that I needed wifi patches but said that the host OS was unsupported.  Also, my trackpad, which is PS2 did not work but that might have been fixed with a reboot. The PS2 keyboard did work.  That's as far as I got.  I'll report anything of interest as I make progress.

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 minutes ago, mnfesq said:

I was able to install Sequoia.  I had to disable AMFIPass.kext and I cannot boot into the installed OS with that kext enabled.  I was unable to use OCLP.  Version 1.5.0 found that I needed wifi patches but said that the host OS was unsupported.  Also, my trackpad, which is PS2 did not work but that might have been fixed with a reboot. The PS2 keyboard did work.  That's as far as I got.  I'll report anything of interest as I make progress.

Try nightly, I saw them working on getting sequoia constraints support so it might allow it.

 

I'm disabling AMFIPass to try again, also turned off NVMEFix just in case. Ty.

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

×
×
  • Create New...