- Jan 1, 2018
- Dell XPS 13 9360
- Intel i7-7500U
- Intel Graphics HD 620 / QHD Screen
Thanks a lot Rehabman for the help, I will continue experiment to try to increase the battery life.
You should not use FakeID at all.oops..it looks like I uploaded the wrong config file.
I am using the config file of "config_HD615_620_630_640_650.plist" from your below link as I am running 10.13.
however my laptop keep rebooting during loading bar screen, once I revised the FakeID to the invalid one, it boots up.
no idea which FakeID should I use...
could you do me a favor, show me what is wrong? thanks a lot.
Does post #1 use VoodooHDA? I see no mention of it...Update:
Now graphics working, thanks RehabMan!
Audio not working (SysPref -> VoodooHDA -> No VoodooHDA Devices Detected)
Brightness not working (No control in Syspref -> Displays)
- If I install IntelBacklight.kext, kext hault occurs and says PNLF, but I already included SSDT-PNLF.aml inside ACPI/patched
Ethernet not working (I use my USB-C to RJ-45 adapter with 3 USB 3.0 Hub):
- Device can be shown in SysPref -> Network
- Hub is working and fully functional
- DHCP not working, and (or therefore) my router cannot detect it
One more (simple) question: The system is now installed on external HDD, can I clone it to my NVMe drive?
Thanks a lot!
(Clover.zip same as previous post)
i have used my own config p list and dont know how to patch hard disk drive.....
You are supposed to use the files attached to the 1st post and use these instructions to patch the NVMe drive. https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...h-ionvmefamily-using-class-code-spoof.210316/i cant get the same installation of mac osx to work on my dell xps 9360.... which works on my desktop pc
Original files works fine for me. @ensonchoy Do you have the same exact system as OP? (e.g. CPU, BIOS, etc.) Were you installing Sierra or HS?Good news and some bad news:
- Brightness control working (!) , but the function keys are not
- Power Management: Won't get lower than 1.3GHz (Is it normal?)
- Audio not working (not a big deal as I usually mute it)
- WLAN USB Dongle working (finally some internet access), Ethernet to be tested
- [New] "Shutdown" option doesn't actually shutdown (power off), the laptop restarted instead
Things to do:
- Swap the Wi-Fi card
- Clone the whole external HDD to one of the partitions on NVMe (not sure if it works or not)
Maybe post #1 needs some update... Files in the archive do not work and I spent over a week to make it "use-able"
Btw thanks again RehabMan!