- Aug 27, 2011
- GB Z490 Vision G
- i9 10850K OC @ 5.2 GHz
- Vega 64 LC + HD 630
- Mobile Phone
I can only say that if I install FileNVRAM1.3 restart, try to login (fail), delete the generated NVRAM file, and then install FileNVRAM1.1 and reboot I have been able to successfully authenticate to iMessage.
Thank you for posting your somewhat unusual iMessage solution, I'm a little confused though as both of those versions of FileNVRAM have known issues. 1.1.1 is know to sometimes fail to update certain keys in the OSX nvram correctly and 1.1.3 simply does not to work for most people, so your always going to end up with issues at some point ?
Have you tried using version 1.1.2 as per the guide ? this seems to be the most stable version for most people and unless your using a RAID or EFI partition to boot, it should keep working unless something happens at Apple's end such as the CC expires.