I got my Apple Watch enabled in MacOS so that when there are password requests they are sent to the Apple Watch, where I do the double click to the lower button and they are accepted by MacOS.
However that is not working is the user unlock. When I wake up my hack I swiftly see the "unlocking...
I thought it would be time to do a fresh install of my Hack.
In my system I got 2 M.2 SSDs one with the OS the other with some data.
I plan to use the data one for my new install leaving the old system intact while I re-build.
So I created a boot USB stick with Unibeast but the boot up...
successfully updated: SSDT-EC has done the trick.
It seems to be all working. BT, Ethernet, Audio.
During the update the screen went black for quote a while. I guess that during the update process the graphics did not load properly but the hack continued to do its job.
I just updated to the latest Clover version. After the update I get the black screen after the Apple logo, instead of the login screen. Going back to the previous version of Clover fixed the issue again.
Any ideas what is causing this and how to fix it?
The only thing that is specific to TB are the arbitrary settings that you see in the screenshot of clover. But honestly I don’t think they are really relevant. I might try removing them at a later time just to see.
Nothing else in the configuration is changed for the TB
I got my Hack on Mojave runing pretty perfectly - well Nvidia web drivers are not out yet but I can live with this for the time being.
The only issue I'm currently seeing is the enabling of handoff
On High Sierra I ran the continuity activation tool which did the trick (however I never...
you might have migrated you NVMe drive to APFS. For non Apple SSD drives the APFS driver runs into an error and times out.
that's what causes the delay. Your only chance is to migrate back to HFS.
Boot with -v option and post the screen shot of where the book experiences the delay. so we can...
Use map to get a list of all file systems
I just went into each of them and by the content I figured out which is which.
the map command is not very human readable.
Change to the file system you want to access by entering its name (like FS1: )
Use ls to list, cp to copy, cd to change...
I had the very same issue and solved it by copying the OsxAptioFix3Drv-64.efi through the UEFI shell.
Booted from a recovery stick where I had previously copied the OsxAptioFix3Drv-64.efi, identified the various drives to find the USB and the EFI partition of my boot drive and then simply...