It's an interesting idea, though I've placed some of my Bluetooth devices right next to the antennas in the back, so I don't think it's an issue of not picking up the signal. Unless you're thinking it'd help to separate the Bluetooth signal away from the WiFi signal?Have you tried connecting an outboard antenna to the Bluetooth port (see @trs96's post here). If I may borrow the screenshot from that post:
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We can attach an outboard WiFi/BT antenna to the Bluetooth connector. We can use the antenna that comes in the Designare Z390 box, or something like this from Amazon.
flashromcannot read the chip, try gently pulling out the 2K Ohm resistor from the breadboard, wait a couple of seconds, and push it back in.
shasum <filename>to make sure all files have the same checksum.
strings <filename>on any file to make sure there are some meaningful strings (i.e. make sure the file is not empty).
At the top of the Catalina Mini-Guide we've added a warning for RX 5700/XT owners. Have you seen this?For the last month or so I've been almost only booted into windows. Today I went back to my hackintosh, and it has been completely freezing / locking up after being booted for a while, requiring a reset with the case rest button. This was not happening back in early February. The first two times it was while using safari, so I tried switching to firefox, but it still happened. Watching /var/log/system.log has not had anything interesting at the times of the freezes. It does not seem related to sleeping, I was able to manually sleep the computer and it resumed fine. Twice it has frozen while trying to restart.
I had originally followed the fresh catalina guide in late January with 10.15.2, but have updated to 10.15.3 a week after that came out.
So far today I've tried updating whatevergreen and I found and did the ocquirks rev 15 update. I'm on clover 5013, and am not using the newish native nvram stuff.
I'm at a loss to figure out how to further diagnose this issue,
*** Possible Improvement for In-Circuit Read/Write to SPI Flash ROM Chips ***
After some online research and experimentation, I believe there might be a way to significantly ease the process. It requires the use of a 47uF capacitor and a 2K Ohm resistor. Some boards may respond better with a 100uF capacitor instead.