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BTW, if somebody needs I did this using Hackintool, here is the SSDT & kext, but for me it looks unrequired due to NUC has less than 15 ports. Which port the SD reader on I don't know since it doesn't work (no driver), so it's excluded.
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HS10 - Bluetooth, the rest is USB ports (SSP1 - Thunderbolt on rear)
Thank you for posting those and for supporting this thread, really excellent work and I enjoy reading your postings! A couple of comments about USB configuration in general. Dortania's OpenCore Install Guide for desktops and laptops recommends creating your own USBPorts.kext or an SSDT to prevent data loss. I guess that really only applies, as you mention, when you exceed the 15 port limit. These little babies don't but internal headers and USBc connectivity often will not work without it or at least that has been the case with the NUC7s and 8s. Sleep and Wake behavior often won't function properly.

An other thing we have identified is that USB configuration seems to vary in the NUC8s from i5 to i7. What works for one will not necessarily work for the other. I don't know if that is the case for the NUC10s but I would not be surprised.
I have the NUC10i7 but not an NUC10i5 to compare to know.

Keep up the great work
 
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hi.it works but once hdmi monitor is shut down you have to restart the Nuc if you want to bring back the hdmi audio output.
Hi,
if you use eGPU hdmi output sound work after unplug/plug monitor.
The problem is only for integrated HDMI..... work in progress...
 
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Maybe these links could be of help for you with TB3:

That guy has almost everything working including TB3 HotPlug, unfortunately for another NUC (NUC8i7HVK)
TB hotplug works with my SSDT, the thing is that I would like total compatibility like on my other rig, TB ethernet works, HP works, all devices can connect (except antelope audio cards) and it seems quicker and more stable.. Firmware modding is the way to go unfortunately lol
 
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According to this issue

docker is not working perfectly on hackintosh which has spoof cpu ID.

but it can be fixed by setting a bit to 1 in the faked cpu id.

works on my end.

Data: <XX XX XX XX 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 08 00 00 00 00>
Mask: <FF FF FF FF 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 08 00 00 00 00>

just put here for anyone who has this issue
 
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Does anyone know if 10.15.6 has native support for the i7 10710u yet?
I tried to remove CPU emulation after upgrading to 10.15.6 - no luck - stuck at boot.
 
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Have you modified your SSDT since last uploading here? If yes, can you share the latest?
I have, I just haven't had much time for messing around, it works as it is so far, only thing remaining where correct USB speed detection through TB port, without proper FW flash things are a little harder for me right now.
 
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After a few months of trying... I gave up.. I went out and purchased the core i5 model and I have no issues at all. I don't understand why or what happened with the core i7 model but for me it was so frustrating. I spent over 150 man hours working this thing and I had to call it quits. I must say all of the advice here was extremely helpful but I just couldn't take it anymore. I am thinking this may be the end of the Intel NUC as a viable Hackintosh platform.
 
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After a few months of trying... I gave up.. I went out and purchased the core i5 model and I have no issues at all. I don't understand why or what happened with the core i7 model but for me it was so frustrating. I spent over 150 man hours working this thing and I had to call it quits. I must say all of the advice here was extremely helpful but I just couldn't take it anymore. I am thinking this may be the end of the Intel NUC as a viable Hackintosh platform.

That's too bad. I feel like we are only a few hacks away from it being very, very good good. Aside from audio, I dont have any major complaints and I use it every day.
 
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