- Feb 18, 2012
- Hp Spectre X360 15 (Clover UEFI)
- i7 7500U, 512 GB PCIe NVME Hynix
- Intel 620, 4K Screen
Based on my experience I suggest you try AirportBrcmFixup on it's own and remove all other WiFi/Airport enablers, kext's and patches ... as long as your device is supported (see the info.plsit) you should be good to go, if it does not work then you may need to add one of the 3rd party kext enablers mentioned in the readme.md .... please post your success (and failures) below so we can confirm this for other users.
@K0nrad,I can confirm this for for my DW1550 (Broadcom BCM94352HMB). In addition, after disabling ACPI->DSDT->Fixes->FixAirport and Devices->FakeID->WIFI the card is now marked as built-in.
@johnyg07,I reset the network and I am able to see 867 mbps now. Do you have bluetooth working on your system? If yes - what did you had to do to get that working?
Thanks Jaymonkey. I installed these kexts and bluetooth was recognized as soon as cache was rebuilt.AirportBrcmFixup fix up only deals with the Airport/WiFi side of the combo card.
Bluetooth works very well, you need to install the following two kext's in /L/E :-
@Henties,Hi @jaymonkeyI have now removed shickiva=16 and tested iTunes extensively without any noticeable "negative" effects. Can you also confirm that it is safe to remove the shickiva=16 bootflag. The list of bootflags currently supported by WEG also does not include this particular one.
I agree, so far no issues at all for me with Mojave ... probably the most stable first major MacOS release form Apple in a long time, I believe that Lilu and the plug-in's i mentioned in the guide help a lot in that respect.... Presently I am totally "consumed" in testing Mojave 18A391. I just cannot get the thing to crash, it sleeps and wakes like a dream. In my humble opinion Apple has done a sterling job this time around
Hi @jaymonkey. During all my years of hacking I wished that an update would soon follow the initial macOS XX,00 upgrade release, This time around I am actually worrying and sort of wish it never happens, and that only 5 days after the Mojave 18A391 final release, amazing Times are a changing. Lets cross thumbs and wish/hope for the best in the future for all of us hackers.I agree, so far no issues at all for me with Mojave ... probably the most stable first major MacOS release form Apple in a long time, I believe that Lilu and the plug-in's i mentioned in the guide help a lot in that respect.