- May 3, 2020
Yeah it does work but it‘s a bit picky when i open it, close it, and reopen, that virtually requires a reboot, otherwise it won’t work properly.Now your USB is working you should be able to use Aureal to control your RGB.
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A bit janky. But cool nonetheless. What I‘m wondering is why my G.Skill RAM can’t be controlled even though it also uses Aura.
Well I had Bluetooth working without a single issue whatsoever before with both the corresponding kexts. Now it just shows up as disabled and I can’t enable it, as it’s greyed out, even after multiple reboots and cold boots. I have both kexts in my EFI folder and the config.plist is snapshotted accordingly.Mapping USB and telling the kext what port is what like your Bluetooth being on internal or a usb c port being a usb c port will just keep everything perfect.
have a look at my X570-E thread where there is a screenshot of hackintool listing my USB ports and you can see what I mean.
For your Bluetooth did you forget to put your kexts back?
Intel Bluetooth is a bit strange, some people find it works without any kexts and some people need the kexts for it to work.
Sometimes it can prang out for no reason, especially when restarting windows and booting into MacOS instead of shutting down first.
Do a full shut down and then cold boot if all the above fails.
@agent2 Personally I think it’s much better to spend £35 for a BCM94360NG on AliExpress and replace the Intel card for that and have fully native working wireless With no kexts or patches, tricks or anything else needed.
What do you recommend how to mitigate this?