BlueToolFixup.kext

AMDPUSH

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Hi everybody,
Where i can find this kext.
i have the adress, i have downloaded the master, but i don't find the kext.
Can you help me please ?

 

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Cyberdevs

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What is the model of your bluetooth? if it's an onboard Bluetooth module as stated in your signature it's most likely an intel one which requires another set of kexts.
 

DarkSilentSC

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Make sure you leave BlueToolInjector.kext disabled or removed. Only have BlueToolFixup and IntelBluetoothFirmware in your config.plist. After making that change, reboot to OC, reset NVRAM, and power it down, switch off power supply for like 30 seconds and power it back on.
 

AMDPUSH

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Ok it's better now. I can see the devices, but i can't be connected on my IPad, and be able to connect to my phone, but i can't browse any of the devices, and stay connected
Thank you anyway, because i can see the devices and bluetooth can be set on ON.
 
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badfish

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Make sure you leave BlueToolInjector.kext disabled or removed. Only have BlueToolFixup and IntelBluetoothFirmware in your config.plist. After making that change, reboot to OC, reset NVRAM, and power it down, switch off power supply for like 30 seconds and power it back on.
Man I can say enough thanks for that power supply trick. I owe you a beer.
 

rthpjm

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Man I can say enough thanks for that power supply trick. I owe you a beer.
I dual boot with Windows10 on another SSD. Something from the windows drivers is “persistent” when booting back to Mac OS, it causes a failure with the IntelBluetoothFirmware kext. Turning off the PSU entirely clears the issue…
 
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