- Sep 30, 2018
I'm definitely gonna give it a try on my T480s, I'll leave you a feedback. Thanks again for sharing dude.
I don't know of a way to verify if NVME PM is working, but I did make some overall batt/perf measurements for those curious.how's the battery life? performance? any benchmarks? Did you get NVME power management working? I was under the impression that NVME power management wasn't working in high Sierra, did this change in Mojave? thanks
Battery guide is linked from the FAQ.I Hackintosh successful. but my power management doesn't work well .I can't see any battery percentage.could you please give me some advice?? here is my hardware info.
Thank you so much! This is amazing, looking forward to installing Mojave on my new T480s !!!Just finished my Hackintosh installation on a ThinkPad T480s. There seems to be few guides or reports for ThinkPad T480s/T480/X1C6, so I've compiled my notes and configuration files into a repo:
Most features (that I care about) are now working properly (details at https://github.com/kk1987/T480s-hackintosh/#status). The biggest annoyance remaining is the lack of scrolling support, but that can be worked around with an external mouse.
I hope this repo could be helpful to someone else trying to install hackintosh on their ThinkPad. Note though it's just meant to be a reference for someone already familiar with different sorts of guides available on this forum, instead of a step-by-step guide, or a set of config files ready for using on any T480s.
Native resolution definitely works. Not sure why you would think otherwise.Thank you so much! This is amazing, looking forward to installing Mojave on my new T480s !!!
I see that you couldn't run the native resolution of your screen, why is that? would be a bit sad to have a WQHD screen without being able to run it on native res...
Also, as far as I understand Mojave 10.14.1 supports NVMe natively. is there an option to install this version instead of 10.14 ?