- Jun 16, 2012
- Thinkpad X1 Yoga (3rd Gen)
- i7 8650u
- UHD620, 2560 x 1440
FWIW, I don’t have the Bluetooth missing after sleep problem but I’m also using a dw1830 instead of the dw1560 card so that could be the cause.
In order to get BT to run trouble free I had to change the port to internal using @headkaze hackintool and remove the unused ports (HS05/HS06/USR1/USR2) and create the usbports Kext.
Don’t know if this is helpful, but I do lose Bluetooth when I boot into OSX after I’ve been on windows. The issue seems to be a SMC Key (bluetoothactivecontrollerinfo if I recall correctly). If I delete it with nvram -d and reboot it comes back.
@Cabriolet I can confirm thunderbolt is working. It only shows up when you have a thunderbolt device plugged in at boot and there’s obviously no hot plug. But had no problem with the Lenovo TB3 docks at work.
@shockingpants can you watch iTunes drm content? I get full hw encoding (confirmed with videoproc) but no shikiflags or combination of settings I can find can fix the issue.
Interesting, so usbports.kext is an alternate codeless version of SSDT-UIAC.aml. I have never used it before but definitely worth a try for a 'cleaner' DDST.aml. For those interested, here is a link to the tool.
I never watched iTunes drm content before, so that wasn't on my radar when troubleshooting. I just tried watching something on iTunes and all I saw was black, so I guess I have the same problem and no solution for now.