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[Success] Big Sur 11.6.2 on Dell Latitude 3410, Intel i5 10210U (Comet Lake)

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Motherboard
Dell Latitude 3410
CPU
i5-10210U
Graphics
UHD 620
Mac
  1. iMac
  2. MacBook Pro
Mobile Phone
  1. Android
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LAPTOP SPECS:
  • Brand: Dell
  • Model: Latitude 3410
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 10210U (Comet Lake)
  • Graphics: Intel UHD 620
  • Screen resolution: 1920x1080px (FHD)
  • WiFi / Bluetooth: Intel WiFi 6 AX 201
  • Storage: NVME WD Blue 550 1TB + SSD Kingston A400 480GB
  • LAN: Realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe
  • Audio: Realtek ALC236
  • Trackpad: Synaptics PS2/I2C (VEN_DLL&DEV_09EC, ID: PNP0F13)
OPENCORE VERSION: 0.7.7

SMBIOS: MacBook Pro 16,2

WHAT IS WORKING:
  • Intel UHD 620 Graphics (device-id: A53E0000).
  • HDMI port (video, audio, FHD/QHD 60Hz, 4k 30Hz).
  • WiFi (airportitlwm.kext, native network management, partial continuity support).
  • Bluetooth (intelbluetoothinjector.kext, intelbluetoothfirmware.kext).
  • Keyboard (voodoops2controller.kext).
  • Trackpad with full gestures (voodoops2controller.kext, voodooi2c, voodooi2hid).
  • LAN (realtekrtl8111.kext).
  • Audio (applealc.kext, layout-id: 15).
  • Webcam (no mic).
  • USB ports (patched usbmap.kext).
  • Native brightness control.
  • Latin-american keyboard layout can be configured using neosergio/Latam-Keyboard.
  • Dual boot (macOS BigSur installed on NVME drive, Windows 11 installed on SSD drive).
WHAT IS NOT WORKING:
  • Mic and sound input: this just won't work. Intel Smart Sound Technology (ISST) is not supported on Mac. There's no patch/kext, and it seems it's not gonna be one available in the future. Workaround: bluetooth or USB mic.
  • Battery drains faster than using Windows (this model specifically has a small battery to give some space for the SSD drive).
NOT TESTED:
  • DisplayPort through USB-C (it should support 4k/60Hz). If somebody test this, please let me know.
BIOS CONFIGURATION:
  • Disabled secure boot, secure cards.
  • Disabled VT.
  • Enabled AHCI.
EXTRAS:
  • Don't forget to fill/change the system serial number and the system UUID in the config.plist file.
  • Don't change kexts order on kernel list, otherwise system won't boot (issue related to voodoops2controller and voodooi2c).
  • Don't turn on TRIM while using APFS.
  • You can disable NVME or SATA ports from BIOS to install Windows without removing the macOS drive during the process.
ANY COMMENTS OR SUGGESTIONS WILL BE WELCOME :)
 

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Thanks Esteban! Tried to DM you but I can't. Your EFI is working on my Latitude 3410 with that same CPU :clap:. I would like to know how I can change SN and UUID. I just have to set a random SN and a random UUID? Or there is a method? Thanks again.
This EFI Folder should also work on you Dell Latitude 5410, since is almost the same hardware as the Latitude 3410.
 
I'm glad to hear that the EFI Folder worked for you!
You're right, just create random SN an UUID from OpenCore Configurator or GenSMBIOS using MacBook Pro 16,2 SMBIOS.
Done! Used OpenCore to generate a random SN and UUID.
Thanks again for the EFI :headbang::headbang: Amazing work!!
 
This EFI Folder should also work on you Dell Latitude 5410, since is almost the same hardware as the Latitude 3410.
Oh yes!!!! It works on the Latitude 5410 i7-10610U, 16GB.

Working:

HDMI port up to 4k
WiFi
Bluetooth
LAN
Keyboard
Audio
Internal Mic (yes)
Webcam
USB-A and USB-C
Battery Indicator

Not Working:

Trackpad doesnt work at all.
Brightness control.
FANs are always on LOL.

This is huge!
 
Yeeees !!! Good, thanks
unfortunately I don't play airpods after connecting, don't you know why?
 
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LAPTOP SPECS:
  • Brand: Dell
  • Model: Latitude 3410
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 10210U (Comet Lake)
  • Graphics: Intel UHD 620
  • Screen resolution: 1920x1080px (FHD)
  • WiFi / Bluetooth: Intel WiFi 6 AX 201
  • Storage: NVME WD Blue 550 1TB + SSD Kingston A400 480GB
  • LAN: Realtek RTL8168/8111 PCIe
  • Audio: Realtek ALC236
  • Trackpad: Synaptics PS2/I2C (VEN_DLL&DEV_09EC, ID: PNP0F13)
OPENCORE VERSION: 0.7.7

SMBIOS: MacBook Pro 16,2

WHAT IS WORKING:
  • Intel UHD 620 Graphics (device-id: A53E0000).
  • HDMI port (video, audio, FHD/QHD 60Hz, 4k 30Hz).
  • WiFi (airportitlwm.kext, native network management, partial continuity support).
  • Bluetooth (intelbluetoothinjector.kext, intelbluetoothfirmware.kext).
  • Keyboard (voodoops2controller.kext).
  • Trackpad with full gestures (voodoops2controller.kext, voodooi2c, voodooi2hid).
  • LAN (realtekrtl8111.kext).
  • Audio (applealc.kext, layout-id: 15).
  • Webcam (no mic).
  • USB ports (patched usbmap.kext).
  • Native brightness control.
  • Latin-american keyboard layout can be configured using neosergio/Latam-Keyboard.
  • Dual boot (macOS BigSur installed on NVME drive, Windows 11 installed on SSD drive).
WHAT IS NOT WORKING:
  • Mic and sound input: this just won't work. Intel Smart Sound Technology (ISST) is not supported on Mac. There's no patch/kext, and it seems it's not gonna be one available in the future. Workaround: bluetooth or USB mic.
  • Battery drains faster than using Windows (this model specifically has a small battery to give some space for the SSD drive).
NOT TESTED:
  • DisplayPort through USB-C (it should support 4k/60Hz). If somebody test this, please let me know.
BIOS CONFIGURATION:
  • Disabled secure boot, secure cards.
  • Disabled VT.
  • Enabled AHCI.
EXTRAS:
  • Don't forget to fill/change the system serial number and the system UUID in the config.plist file.
  • Don't change kexts order on kernel list, otherwise system won't boot (issue related to voodoops2controller and voodooi2c).
  • Don't turn on TRIM while using APFS.
  • You can disable NVME or SATA ports from BIOS to install Windows without removing the macOS drive during the process.
ANY COMMENTS OR SUGGESTIONS WILL BE WELCOME :)
Hello, thanks for your best effort for making these all happen. Anyway, I've an issue when boot to the USB installer, it goes black for about 5 secs then back to booting list again. Your help will be appreciated. Thanks for understanding :)
 
Hello, thanks for your best effort for making these all happen. Anyway, I've an issue when boot to the USB installer, it goes black for about 5 secs then back to booting list again. Your help will be appreciated. Thanks for understanding :)
Check UEFi/BIOS settings. Problem seems related to secure boot.
 
Yeeees !!! Good, thanks
unfortunately I don't play airpods after connecting, don't you know why?
BT seems to work fine on this computer. I don't have Airpods to test, sorry.
 
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