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Remove unwanted null Bluetooth injection


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Hello,

Even though I no longer have a Broadcom card in my Monterey 12.2 Dell Latitude e7470 system (replaced with Intel 8260), I can still see a NULL Bluetooth controller that I do not want, as I suspect it's preventing my Bluetooth from working.

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What exactly is injecting this and how I prevent this from happening? I attached my OC folder (AirportItlwm.kext, IntelBluetoothFirmware.kext, and IntelBluetoothInjector.kext have been removed from the upload due to excessive size).

 

Thanks!

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I have an Intel AC9462 and the Bluetooth shows exactly as your screen shot. Bluetooth works perfectly fine. Make sure you have the latest IntelBluetoothFirmware, BlueToolFixup.kext, disable IntelBluetoothInjector for Monterey.

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