- May 3, 2012
- Intel DH67BL
- Core i7-2600K
- Intel HD 3000
- Mobile Phone
|WiFi Straight after Boot||WiFi after SSID Change|
It is possible, although I tested changing SSID (to my 2.4 and back to 5) and 5Ghz was retained....
1. When resetting the WiFi Stack OS X now reads the CC from the Cards firmware and resets OS X CC to whatever the card is.
You can see if FakePCIID survives by looking at ioreg.2. Is it possible that the FakePCI kext(s) are not surviving a WiFi Stack Reset ? -I think this unlikely as Card is still detected as AirPort Extreme (0x14E4, 0x2123)
@RM,It is possible, although I tested changing SSID (to my 2.4 and back to 5) and 5Ghz was retained.
Yep, its still there after SSID change :-You can see if FakePCIID survives by looking at ioreg.
@RM,Try US/FCC patch... observe any difference?
I don't think its anything to do with the patch, I've tried US, GB, DE ... etc both as Clover patches and as binary patches applied via terminal. In all cases after switching SSID to a 2.4Ghz network CC is reset to XT and 5Ghz channels are lost.
Most of the time the CC will stick after a short sleep (no more than 3-4 hours) but after a long sleep CC is reset again to XT.
Since CC is also reset to XT even if i apply physical binary patch to kext .. i'm completely stumped ?
Only way to get CC back to what i want is a reboot which is a PTA.