A value of c4096 indicates that no firmware update was patched into the device at all. It would be pretty much functioning in crippled mode.
Also in theory, WiFI and Bluetooth are entirely separate. PCI-E has 3 interfaces which can be used USB, SD-IO or PCI-E.
Your card uses USB for Bluetooth...
Its compiled as the normal BrcmPatchRAM is compiled, cross-compatible between OS X versions.
@Cabriolet remarked @GridH's version was compiled against 10.14.x only.
Additionally, I've merged @GridH's fix into the BrcmPatchRAM master branch at https://github.com/the-darkvoid/BrcmPatchRAM
I've compiled a new version of BrcmPatchRAM with the changes from @GridH.
This is compiled as per default settings against 10.6+ (BrcmPatchRAM) and 10.12+ (BrcmPatchRAM2)
Both debug and release versions attached.
The new files specify the frame-buffer controller through device property injection, as opposed to SSDT-CONFIG and SSDT-IGPU. So the existing AML's need to be removed first and the following properties should be in config.plist at least:
You should be able to change the trackpad timeout based on keyboard input.
To do that you need to edit Info.plist in VoodooI2CHID.kext:
Change QuietTimeAfterTyping to a value in milliseconds you are comfortable with, or simply 0 to disable it altogether.
If you disable WhateverGreen indeed -disablegfxfirmware is required not to have Apple drivers try and update your IGPU firmware. The hash data never returned error is the firmware update failing.
Since your computer boots, it seems like your WhateverGreen.kext is not finding a proper...
Personally I am quite impressed with how stable OpenCore 0.1 is. But you are right, Clover works just as well at this stage. Let's keep an eye on how either develops. The advantage of OpenCore is that it is a new clean EFI bootloader from scratch, while Clover has significant legacy attached...
If you could share your custom CPUFriend, I'll make it available for others in the repository.
Regarding the bootchime, I'm waiting for the functionality to stabilize in Clover.
When using the Clover native audio method, the results are varying and it does not work properly always.
The battery life on the XPS 9360 is not as good on MacOS as it is on Windows, keep this in mind when using for travel purposes. The 9370 or 9380 have a soldered in WiFi chip, which makes the travel case even harder.
To be very honest, if you want a trustworthy MacOS machine for travel which...
What you saw is correct. Clover Hotpatching changes existing BIOS tables to allow MacOS to work properly.
On top of that we inject additional BIOS tables from the DSDT table to enhance the existing BIOS to support things like battery, brightness etc. Since information is added and not modified...