1) Firstly, open terminal and run:
ls -l /Library/LaunchAgents/
Question 1: Can you see "com.keyboardbacklit.init.plist" file on the list?
2) Then run another line and put the password from current user:
Question 2: Did you logged succesfully?
It's because Intel drivers in Windows upload the bluetooth firmware to the card. Then, when you restart and load macOS, it should work, cause there's support for it. For Broadcom cards, there's BrcmPatchRAM.kext that load firmware into compatible Broadcom BT controllers.
It's known that Intel...
Was using my CoolerMaster Devastator II keyboard with backlit off until found this solution, called "SetLEDs for Mac OS X", developed by Damien Guard.
Here are the steps you should take to have scroll led on for all users when they make login:
Download the latest version binary on...
WhateverGreen v1.0.2 - New release
Added more GPU models to automatic detection
Added basic automatic HDMI audio correction
Fixed WhateverName os version requirements
Disabled connector ordering by default (use connector-priority if needed)
Changed connector-priority default type importance...
I had a kernel panic in the first time after copying Lilu.Kext and WhateverGreen.kext to /EFI/CLOVER/Kexts/Other/.
Checked UEFI firmware settings and Clover config.plist, but no luck. MacOS Sierra 10.12.6 was only booting without WhateverGreen or in safe mode. Then tried -alcoff boot argument...
Another alternative very nice and compatible with M$ Office is WPS Office, which unfortunately isn't available for macOS yet, just for Windows, GNU/Linux, Android and iOS. I hope they release a version for Mac, because I believe they have a great future ahead of them.
Is BCM943228HMB(AzureWave AW-NB111H) unsupported yet? This is a WiFi card with an excellent cost-benefit. It's only US$ 10 to get 300Mbps N wifi and Bluetooth 4.0. I believe that Bluetooth should work, since it's the same SoC as BCM94360HMB and BCM94352HMB, which is BCM20702. But obviously, my...
I just noticed improvement on Luxmark benchmark, not Unigine.
If you've changed the kexts, you'll must repair permissions and rebuild kext cache. I use Kext Wizard app for this.
Type on terminal(may take a few minutes):
sudo rm -r /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.kext.caches
I've been watching this thread since beginning. GTX 1070 was my primary preference to change my dGPU, but with the progress showed here, decided to get a RX 480 instead of wait for Pascal support from lazy Nvidia. This is my first decent graphics card and I am very satisfied. Finally, I retired...