- Jul 1, 2015
- Gigabyte Z490 Vision G
- RX 570
- Mobile Phone
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I just replaced the AirportItlwm kext with the new version. Also tried the renaming that you suggested to AirportItlwm-Big-Sur and AirportItlwm-Catalina and adding those to the config.macOS 11.3 will be released any day now. I'm running the release candidate at the moment, but I suspect the problem you mention lies elsewhere.
Can you list the exact steps taken to update the driver in your EFI folder?
I just replaced the AirportItlwm kext with the new version. Also tried the renaming that you suggested to AirportItlwm-Big-Sur and AirportItlwm-Catalina and adding those to the config.
Interesting. So you both the Big Sur and Catalina kexts are active. I was under the impression that you only used the kext version for the version of macOS you are running, naming it AirportItlwm.kext. I did so because I didn't read about doing what you did. Doesn't having two versions of the AirportItlwm.kext cause confusion in the macOS?
- In the OC/Kexts folder there should only be:
- In config.plist, only these two files should be referenced (not AirportItlwm.kext).
- The spelling of the file names must be exactly as shown.
- Then confirm the following settings: ...