Ok, I understand. The iPhone is plugged into a hub then, I just wasn't sure if the UIAC configuration was correct since it showed "built in" under the iPhone item.
Is it possible to get the extra current through the hub? Or does it work only for ports directly connected to the bus?
The hub is just the front hub of the PC case. I'll attach screenshots of system information when the phone is plugged into the front port (through the hub) and directlly on one the motherboard back ports (which works correctly).
Changing it to 255 shows the iPhone as a "built-in" device, but no changes in current.
I thought you only had to set UsbConnector=255 if the device was connected directly to the usb header, like a wifi/bt card.
Few weeks late but I couldn't get it to work with my previous configuration, even after setting Devices/USB/Inject = true. HighCurrent true/false also didn't seem to make a difference.
I ended up changing my SMBIOS to iMac 18,3 to match my Kaby Lake/Z270 build, and am now trying to make it work...
I've recently created a proper SSDT for UIAC and it was successful, but for some reason the power property injections haven't worked. I can see AppleBusPowerController under EC in IOReg, and it should be enough since I'm using iMac 14,2 as SMBIOS. But when charging my iPhone I don't get any...
iTunes doesn't seem to crash anymore, using Shiki 2.1.2, -shikigva=12 (not sure if still necessary) on i7 7700K w/ HD630 + GTX 970. Looking good, thanks vit9696!
EDIT: full hardware acceleration working too, forgot to mention :)
I'm trying to get iTunes to work with Intel HW acceleration enabled on 10.13.1 on my machine.
HD630+GTX970, hw acceleration works perfectly with shikigva=12, but iTunes crashes.
GVA info: Successfully connected to the Intel plugin, offline Gen95
Hardware acceleration is fully supported