- May 5, 2016
- HP Spectre x360 15 bl012dx-Clover
- HD 620, GTX 940MX, 3840x2160
- Mobile Phone
Mixing up KextsToPatch and KernelToPatch is easy though. I think as long as you remove the added code from KernelToPatch, you should be OK. I might recommend looking at RehabMan's starter config.plist file for your device and compare it to what you currently have to ensure something didn't get added by accident.
Also, have you looked at the threads from prior versions of macOS?
For Coffee Lake version (version of Spectre after yours): https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-high-sierra-on-hp-spectre-x360-8th-gen-coffee-lake.251330/
For Kaby Lake version: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/...2c-touchscreen-and-pen-working-in-osx.246052/
The Coffee Lake version of the guide, while not for your specific version, is mostly the same as the current process minus the fact that the APFS filesystem is difficult to avoid; it also breaks down the DSDT process pretty effectively. One plus side of this machine is that it's been a Hackintosh guinea pig for a long while now so there's a lot of stuff on the site about it.
You know, back before I was able to boot from SSD, I did grab a copy of the Config.plist from Rehabman's repository. However, during the troubleshooting process I ended up trying to merge / change settings in my futile attempt at getting my system to boot properly.
Thanks for pointing at those two guides. I have seen them and worked through them before. I'll revisit them today and see if I can't get both my trackpad and touchscreen working.
I have my system currently on Mojave with HFS+J (did the clone thing to get around it post install) as I thought that was something holding me back from booting SSD, too. Man, I'm learning so many things about this.