Hi, the USB C port is only USB C - it doesn't have thunderbolt or displayport capability.
If you want HDMI, you'll need to use the HDMI port on High Sierra, as the port is routed through the Nvidia MX150 card. But even if you switch to High Sierra, I have no clue if the card will work due to...
You need to recreate the FN key patches- this can be done by following the AsusSMC wiki. I think the acpi patches need to be updated, but the ssdt is fine.
Actually, can you try changing the brightness on the login window first? If this works, then it's a macos configuration problem.
i'm not shinji, but this is what you need to do (please read previous posts next time). If you still need help, search this forum (hint: rehabman)
Device Properties for IGFX/IGPU
You could probably get it to work without SSDT-XOSI and OSI->XOSI renames, but I've never tried that.
My guess is that some STA methods need to be modified if you go without OSI->XOSI. Only way to find out is to try it.
You haven't added any ACPI files, nor any ACPI files, nor any device properties, nor any of the kexts that are recommended. I suggest you add those.. If you're going for a barebones boot-up, then please as a minimum use the ACPI patches and files.
Add debug=0x100 to boot-args (stop reboot after...
Yes, I used blackdragon74's ROG-HID driver, which only works on Catalina. https://github.com/black-dragon74/ROG-HID
1. Enable sip without kext enforcement "csrutil enable --without kext" or disable completely.
2. Move ROG-HID.app to /Applications
3. Open and press "Activate".
4. Open System...
It's not possible. Sorry. The keyboard is HID/USB, which can not be patched via ACPI (in the same way that PS2 can).
The most you can do is map the keyboard's port so it "works", and then use AsusSMC in HID mode, or ROG-HID to get it functional.
As @Mja123 said, you'll need to create the config yourself, and copy the kexts and patches. You can use the Dortania guides, which I find to be the easiest to follow and best written.
Currently, the guide URL is https://dortania.github.io/OpenCore-Install-Guide/.
You can try AsusSMC - it has HID device support for Mojave.
In my experience it hasn't ever worked, but it appears most of the problems are related to HID on Catalina, so it's worth a try. Make sure you have an extra USB keyboard lying around if something goes wrong.
@Didas @Mja123 Please try the attached archive. Contains a new config.plist, kext list, driver list, and SSDTs.
Please restart your EFIs; this isn't compatible with previous files/from op.
I've enabled some device properties that may fix the panic on HDMi connect, please let me know how it works.
VoodooI2C+VoodooI2CHID in polling mode works. I'll have to look at pinning/fixing it soon. If I remember correctly, you'll need to patch device ETPD method _CRS "Return SBFB SBFI" to just "Return SBFB" - which is still polling.
I haven't had the chance to look at the battery; I'll do that too as...