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    [GUIDE] Lenovo Yoga 920

    Thank you for answering. Sleep works for me on my 920 as well as long as I don't use VoodooI2C. Do you also use VoodooI2C and, if so, which version?
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    [GUIDE] Lenovo Yoga 920

    So you're saying that also sleep is working faultlessly?
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    [GUIDE] Lenovo Yoga 920

    Lenovo Yoga 920 running 10.15.1 with only two question marks left. Thanks for this tutorial that got me started. There is actually no need to prevent the Yoga 920 from going to sleep, as it goes to sleep and wakes up without an issue. However, if VoodooI2C.kext (ver. 2.2) is loaded (regardless...
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    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Yes, stable bluetooth in Catalina with the NUC's proper chip. There might be a firmware necessary for the bluetooth chip to function properly which is loaded by the windows driver and, if so, it seems to remain till power loss.
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    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Unfortunately i don't have an actual thunderbolt drive, just a thunderbolt dock.
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    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Intel Bluetooth is working if you have a dual boot system. Rebooting from Windows makes it work even after subsequent shutdown(s). The procedure with booting Windows only has to be repeated after unplugging power.
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    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    Indeed, sleep/hotplug works fine with USB-C devices. It fails with actual Thunderbolt devices, at least with the HP dock I've tried. Would be great if somebody came up with a solution at some point.
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    [Guide] Intel NUC7/NUC8 using Clover UEFI (NUC7i7Bxx,NUC8i7Bxx,etc)

    NUC8i7BEH working great following the guides by @spottsy and @Leesureone. Thank you. My thunderbolt 3 docking station (HP Elite 65W Thunderbolt 3 Dock) works flawlessly when plugged in during boot, won't show up after sleep, though. Has anybody tried to make that work? There is a fix available...
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    Intel Hades Canyon NUC?

    NUC8i7HNK with i7-8705G needs a different config.plist, you can use the one attached.
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    [solved] Lenovo Yoga 730-13IKB install High Sierra success

    @dragonflylee works great, thanks for your effort and for keeping the EFI folder updated. Am also impressed with how well USB-C hotplug works. Best hackintosh I've ever had. The only inconsistency I'm experiencing is in connection with my external monitor (LG 38UC99). 3840x1600@60Hz only works...
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    Intel Hades Canyon NUC?

    That is quite impressive. I'm reading about 8705G graphics with acceleration and without the annoying glitches for the first time. How did you achieve that? I hope you'll get a grip on the color distortion, even though it doesn't look too bad, does it?
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 - The ultimate OS X tablet? Pretty close....

    I've also tried more recent ones, doesn't seem to matter, though. So I've stuck with the one that's in the config.plist provided by Rehabman.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 - The ultimate OS X tablet? Pretty close....

    I have Rehabman's DSDT patches in acpi/patched and no other DSDTs there. Bios version is 1.25. Have just completed a fresh install as I exchanged the SSD and yes, closing the keyboard puts the Elite x2 to sleep, opening it wakes it up. No issues detected. Good luck. edit: I've attached my EFI...
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 - The ultimate OS X tablet? Pretty close....

    Either of the Kaby Lake ones works, I'm using config.plist and DSDT patches for the EliteBook G4 right now. Great. If I get to it and figure something out I'll let you know.
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    [Guide] HP Elite X2 1012 G1 - The ultimate OS X tablet? Pretty close....

    I'm also running 10.14.3, and additionally to what's working for you, also sleep and battery are working (using Rehabman's files from his ProBook tutorial). On the todo list are graphics (the screen works with max 1368x912 HiDPI, but I'd like to use higher resolutions), touchscreen and pen...
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