- Nov 20, 2015
- HP 6300 Pro CMT
- i5 3470
- GT 710
The simple option is to plug the iPad into a wall outlet with an adapter to charge it.
The more involved way is to perform a clean install by following Sniki's UEFI hotpatching guide.
You'll want to use a newer version of Clover than the RehabMan version mentioned in that guide.
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for this HP. You'll need to follow one or the other 100 %. So if charging via USB is important, test out Sniki's
guide with a clean SSD or HDD and keep your current one as a backup.
When I wrote this simple beginner's guide back in 2017 I didn't include the more advanced techniques of UEFI hot patching and custom SSDTs. Those give a higher level of fine tuning and refinement so that things like charging an iPad via a USB port will work.
Thanks @trs96. Its not just charging I want to do. I use a screen casting app (Screenflow), where if I plug an iOS device in via USB, I can screencast the device as well. The problem is when I plug it into a USB port on the 6300, it just says 'Not Charging' on the device and Screenflow doesn't detect the device.
I'm going to run a backup, and then try go through and build a custom SSDT via ReHab's guide. Thanks. Looks quite complex, I hope it works