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@Leesureone Hi, clover EFI from the first post is not actual anymore or I can use it?
 

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worked great. Thank you. Only BT not working which is strange because I have a native Broadcom BCM94360NG card. What kext am I missing?
If bluetooth isn't working its probably that the USB configuration isn't set up correctly. It really not difficult to fix following this guide. Very common issue as Bluetooth is dependent on USB.

 

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Found this. Worked like a charm :)
Bunch of kexts you don't need because of your BCM94360NG card (which I have used a bunch of times, great card). Anything with BRCM in it can go, just turn them off in the config.plist before you delete them. Besides that the only real difference between the two EFI folders is the USB configuration, thanks for posting it for anyone else who is looking to change over from clover.
 

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check this glitch out... so it allows me to log in with my apple id but imessage says wrong password. I go back to clover and everything is fine. Same system ID's are used... any ideas?
Log out in clover and then try again in OC. Make sure everything in platform info/ generic matches clover
 
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Hello everybody,

Long time no posting here and for a very good reason: I had a great setup working through this build (thanks to the OP and everybody else who helped me along the way).

Anyways, I first had a Mojave setup and then upgraded to Catalina w/ Opencore using this build without any problems except for occcasional bluetooth disconnects. Pretty inconsequential to me because of how little I used bluetooth on this desktop.

It all changed recently when I upgraded to a new case (a NZXT H1), thinking that a new case would not break my build.

I was wrong.

Probably due to the extra front USB ports (1 type C and 1 USB3.0), my system under catalina is now very erratic with mouse lag, system slowdowns and crashes, usually when plugging/unplugging front AND back usb but sometimes straight out of startup.

I figured: "OK, I probably should do the port mapping stuff and limit my system to 15 ports (which is ok for me)"

I followed dortania's guide (for Opencore) and also the Unofficial TonyMacX86 port mapping thread: no cigar. The ports just won't map like I tell them to.

I even reinstalled Catalina on another hard drive --> still same problems.

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Long story short: I was wondering if anyone else here, using this build, had done the port mapping successfully either through the USBPorts.kext (or USBMap.kext) method or the SSDT-UIAC + USBInjectAll.kext...

It would be great to here from you since maybe this build just isn't compatible with the aforementioned USB mapping methods and you have to do it differently.

Thanks in advance for any help or feedback.
 
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