For those that still don't know this trick, I just would like to share this amazing kext that fixed the only thing left unpolished on my macOS: authentication dialogs stuttering, anytime I needed to put my password.
For my surprise, the boot loading bar...
Remember that whatever is in your EFI/Boot directory is the primary Boot manager. This should be clover. It's normal that the file is duplicated inside CLOVER folder.
If you confirm it's there and still doesn't work, go to your Bios and manually choose the file inside EFI/Boot.
Long time I don't check the thread, but it you're still interested, there's a lot of good stuff here:
I refer only to the kexts required to boot, like Lilu, FakeSMC/VirtualSMC...
Now I tried latest Lilu and VirtualSMC, no success.
If apple releases 10.14.4 before my 14 days of right of returning my 970 Evo, I'm gonna give a try, otherwise, I'll exchange for a regular 970 Evo.
I do think the drive is not compatible even with Macs. I couldn't find any evidence that it works at least, and some people mentioned to have problems, like @exabrial.
Has anyone tried 10.14.4 beta 4 (or any other beta)?
Also, anyone using latest kexts fresh from their git repository?
In your KextsToPatch section (inside array tag) of config.plist, add this:
<string>Prevent Apple I2C kexts from attaching to I2C controllers, credit CoolStar</string>
Remember to disable some Apple trackpad drivers that prevent VoodooI2C from being loaded.
You can delete them or disable from your Clover config. I don't remember exactly which ones are them, but they were 2. I'll have to leave for your research this time.
I am using 2.1.4. The only Voodoo* files in my Library/Extensions are VoodooI2C.kext, VoodooI2CHID.kext and VoodooPS2Controller.kext (just keep from this tutorial).
I changed because I wasn't satisfied with the scroll, but I found out not only the scroll is better with...
Confirming that I could update my 9560 to 10.14.3 straight from Software Update, no issues so far.
Changes from original tutorial to make it 100% working:
-Knnspeed's fix for combo jack (without messing with AppleALC)...