- Dec 17, 2016
- Asus Prime H310T-Clove
- UHD 630
The folder is actually /System/Library/Displays/Contents/Resources/Overrides for El Capitan or above. I have updated the instructions.
Anyway I think it might be best to use the DisplayEDID-xxx.kext option. Try Hackintool 1.7.3 as it will now export files for all displays to the desktop.
That being said I don't know if injecting EDID will solve your hotplug issue.
I have just downloaded new version 1.7.4, generated the kext file and put it at /Library/Extensions. I can login and access it through Screen Sharing.
The Display Preferences always show my display, and pressing "Detect Displays" button doesn't end up in loosing connection to the display.
Whether I have picture on the display is another thing. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't, most of the time I don't. Some times it comes up, shows a flickering image, and goes to sleep.
For sure injecting EDID did not solve my hotplug issue.
Next step (maybe next week), install Mojave from scratch. See what happens.
Thanks for the support and keep up the good work.