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Latitude E5570: success with Big Sur


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This is my first post since joining the osx community

I'm from Vietnam

So my English is not good, maybe there are things I say you cannot understand :v

I have successfully installed hackintosh ver bigsur on my latitude e5570

actually the uselessness of the amd gpu is so pathetic
always causes overheating and easily causes bios errors
so I have disconnected the amd gpu on my laptop directly from the hardware on the 

  • i7: 6820HQ
  • gpu: HD530
  • ssd: pm961
  • 16gb ram

most of the functions operate


  • wifi & bluetooth (don't need heliport)
  • camera
  • audio (ALC3235)
  • HDMI (most people cannot activate but I have successfully patched)
  • sleep (it doesn't work perfectly yet)
  • battery( perfect Quick and sensitive , very difficult patch time due to lack of knowledge)
  • trackpad ( 2 finger :v)
  • monitor(fixed error displaying incorrect colors on the bigsur version)

Not working:

micro ( if someone can patched pls comment bellow this post )


Fully optimized system on my laptop from performance management to smbus, usb mapping ... all I can do

Performance scores are roughly on par with Windows operating systems
However, if you use the external monitor when booting, you must fold the screen open or press the button to use sleep mode and turn it on again.

MY EFI : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lPKlNZex6y44Tvv_Ntes8pqHpfaWUpLm/view?usp=sharing 

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give this a try, replace your config, add ssdt* to ACPI, and kext to Kexts folder

I disabled some duplicate ssdt's from your Config file

I also disabled your DSDT, not sure what you have patched.

There're no battery patches needed as far as I know for any Latitude Model.

You could've kept the AMD as well and disable it via SSDT patching and use it in Windows if you're dual booting.

Fixes should include:

Fn+F11 and Fn+12 for Brightness

Realtek SD card reader



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fn+F11, fn+F12 maybe you will dont need this  I can press directly with the f11 f12 without the need of the one-handed fn key I find it very convenient :3 thanks for the help.

If there is any incompatibility with active ports except VGA, delete USBmap.kext and snapshot EFI again.
however i am having problem with the microphone when it is detected but not working

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