Can you add in the supported Operating Systems for these cards? For example, that first one, Mountain Lion - Current
- PCIe/x1: BCM94360CD - native WiFi/ac and BT4LE (3 antennas)
- PCIe/x1: BCM94331CD - native WiFi and BT4LE
- M.2: BCM943602BAED/DW1830 - native WiFi/ac and BT4LE (3 antennas)
- Laptop issues/solutions, see jaymonkey/Post #138
- M.2: BCM94360CSAX - native WiFi/ac and BT4LE (3 antennas)
- M.2: BCM943602CS - native WiFi/ac and BT4LE (3 antennas)
- M.2: BCM94360CS2 - native WiFi/ac and BT4LE (2 antennas)
- M.2: BCM94352Z/AzureWave AW-CE162NF/DW1560 - supports WiFi/ac and BT4LE
- M.2: BCM94350ZAE/DW1820A - native WiFi/ac and BT4LE
- Half mini: BCM94360HMB/AzureWave AW-CB160H - native WiFi/ac and BT4LE (3 antennas)
- Half mini: BCM94352 HMB/AzureWave AW-CE123H - supports WiFi/ac and BT4LE
BrcmBluetoothInjector not installed.
Hackintool: HS07, green, is the BCM2045A0. So I think we're OK on the USB count. Internal.
Booting with just Airportbrcmfixup 2.16 and Bluetoolfixup 2.64 works fine, but BT says "Third party dongle" and firmware shows v8453 c4096, which I understand means rom wasn't patched (which makes sense, because when I boot with those other two (brcmpatchram3, brcmfirmwaredata) the machine won't boot.
So - status now: wifi continues to work fine, airportbrcmfixup and bluetoolfixup are installed, but neither of the other 2 are installed. What's the best next step to get BT working? I can try one or the other to see which causes the crash...but I just wanted to confirm I am doing it right, and it's odd one or both of those two kexts causes a no-boot situation.