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Leesureone

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Hi again guys, first of all, thanks for the support you have given me, I would just like to say that I am glad that scope666 has given availability to this EFI as a starting point otherwise I would not have been able to go anywhere. Anyway I'm here to tell you that I tried the recommended kext and all the various procedures but nothing managed to make the bluethoot work, so neither did the wi-fi even if you already know about this, however it's not a big problem, the real problem is instead the stop does not work, only the screen is deactivated, the pc does not, and it remains so until I restart it; otherwise it seems to me that everything works. I noticed the ssdt gprw.aml file which in theory should fix the sleep-state, but it doesn't work, maybe it's a prob of the current version of monterey 12.2 ?, thanks as always.
Are you trying to use the onboard Intel Wireless/ Bluetooth card? If so you need a couple of kexts from here to enable it. Please read the documentation as there are different versions of the kexts depending on which version of the operating system you are using (Monterey) https://github.com/OpenIntelWireless

Also bluetooth requires a correct USB port mapping which if your computer doesn't sleep/wake properly you don't have yet. https://github.com/corpnewt/USBMap or https://github.com/USBToolBox/tool
 
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Are you trying to use the onboard Intel Wireless/ Bluetooth card? If so you need a couple of kexts from here to enable it. Please read the documentation as there are different versions of the kexts depending on which version of the operating system you are using (Monterey) https://github.com/OpenIntelWireless

Also bluetooth requires a correct USB port mapping which if your computer doesn't sleep/wake properly you don't have yet. https://github.com/corpnewt/USBMap or https://github.com/USBToolBox/tool

Again:

Here for WiFi/BT: #1,013

BT works 100% with that USBPorts.kext

WiFi is at now not stable (enough).
 

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Again:

Here for WiFi/BT: #1,013

BT works 100% with that USBPorts.kext

WiFi is at now not stable (enough).
I don't use Heliport anymore as the newer versions of Airportitlwm.kext seem to work fine as is. As far as USB port mapping possibly your version may help @MacDivanz to enable bluetooth but I'm not sure if it will cure the sleep/ wake behavior.

I would think if he was using @scope666 configuration that wouldn't be a problem but there are multiple examples here of one users set up not working for another users identical hardware (I think you should be able to relate) :lolno:
 

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ok guys, so the current situation is this, i tried again what hemon suggested to me and now it seems to work the bluethoot but only with the kext BluetooolFixup.kext while the other is blocking the boot. Works with hemon's usbports.kext. The usbports of hemon only works some 3.0 ports while that of scoop666 all work. I also tried the suggestions from Leesureone but it doesn't work aiport ... and itwml, cause panic or stop booting. Usbmap works fine, like that of scope666 but bluethoot problem remains when connected with this. Finally I also tried the stop seems to work (with the bluethoot working) but when you wake up from the power key (from the keyboard and mouse they do not work), it remains in black screen. NEW UPDATE: I thought the bluethoot worked fine and instead airpods or iphone cannot connect, even if it is active.
 
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Leesureone

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ok guys, so the current situation is this, i tried again what hemon suggested to me and now it seems to work the bluethoot but only with the kext BluetooolFixup.kext while the other is blocking the boot. Works with hemon's usbports.kext. The usbports of hemon only works some 3.0 ports while that of scoop666 all work. I also tried the suggestions from Leesureone but it doesn't work aiport ... and itwml, cause panic or stop booting. Usbmap works fine, like that of scope666 but bluethoot problem remains when connected with this. Finally I also tried the stop seems to work (with the bluethoot working) but when you wake up from the power key (from the keyboard and mouse they do not work), it remains in black screen. NEW UPDATE: I thought the bluethoot worked fine and instead airpods or iphone cannot connect, even if it is active.
Well we know that the onboard intel wireless/bluetooth card will work in Big Sur and Monterey. In Monterey the BluetoolFixup.kext is required but you do not want to load the IntelBluetoothInjector.kext. See here:

Mapping USB ports using the tools I linked still requires you to verify and test the results. It won't just work out of the box but its easier IMO than trying to use IORegistryExplorer, Hackintool and a plist editor. If bluetooth isn't working after it means that port is not mapped correctly, it is supposed to be an internal port (255) not USB3 (3) or something else.
Again your issue with sleep/wake probably come from an incorrect USB port Mapping although some peripherals and software can cause similar issues, that doesn't seem likely.
You might do what @scope666 did and buy a Wi-Fi/BT: Broadcom BCM94360CD 802.11ac 1750Mbps Desktop PCi-E WiFi Adapter. Then his port mapping would probably work for you.
 
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Here is OC 0.7.8 with all the latest kexts. The good news this time out is no changes to config.plist were needed so if you've made customizations, they should still work.

version.png

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Bash:
craig@Craigs-iMac ocvalidate % pwd                                          
/Users/craig/Downloads/OpenCore-0.7.8-RELEASE/Utilities/ocvalidate

craig@Craigs-iMac ocvalidate % ./ocvalidate /Volumes/EFI/EFI/OC/config.plist
Completed validating /Volumes/EFI/EFI/OC/config.plist in 1 ms. No issues found.
 

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Hi scope666! Thanks for your hard work. I'm using your EFI (0.7.8 now) and everything works great, but I'm stuck on Monterey 12.0.1. My hackintosh does not see any further updates. Do you have any idea why?
 

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Hi scope666! Thanks for your hard work. I'm using your EFI (0.7.8 now) and everything works great, but I'm stuck on Monterey 12.0.1. My hackintosh does not see any further updates. Do you have any idea why?
 
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