I'd like to report that the card works for wi-fi under:
-mojave 10.14.6 (18G87)
-put in PCIE slot x1 (smallest)
-add AirportBrcmFixup.kext to kexts/other
-add the following patch to kextsToPatch on clover (credit the-darkvoid for BrcmPatchRam.)
Using emulated nvram, having a strange conflict around the boot volume. I want to get clovers last booted volume behavior, but something always sets the volume on my nvram, on each boot. I've tried removing the var or setting it manually, but it's always ovewritten by something. This something...
Smooth on my end as well. Updated clover, lilu and whateverGreen.
@Stork Maybe mention in the guide that during the install and reboot process the default boot volume in clover will be changed, and if user selects their own system instead (not the default clover chose), the update doesn't continue.
I believe logging into iCloud and authorizing iTunes did the trick for me, nothing else worked without this last step. I did the idiot's guide. I have correct network adapter as en0, good smbios, tested and discovered I have native nvram (luv this mobo), numbers from iMessageDebug look good and...
I'm just curious WHY I can't take an image from my mojave install using disk utility.
I'm talking about selecting disk foo in Disk Utility and going File > New Image > Image from foo.
It's grayed out.
I normally use it to make a backup copy of the system before updates.
thanks A LOT for your post. I did get it solved by recreating the usb installer with a patcher (to install mojave on unsupported system, but mine was supported) and I used a clover folder from an insanely mac guide
my post is bugged, text is a link lol
I had this issue, I think. It's hard to tell without a screenshot. I recreated my usb drive with a patcher, and used a clover folder from insanely mac. Suggest looking into insanely mac forums.
This was the ONLY problem with Mojave install for me.
It wasn't my plan initially. But USB gave me "still waiting for root device" error. I tried common fixes to it, but they didn't work. I figured it was something wrong with my usb, since that's the root device. What I did was: Made a usb following the guide. Run into problems. Then create two...