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  1. https://github.com/mlch911/one-key-hidpi this script helped me a lot into getting HDR and Night shift on my screen wanted to share it, since I got lots of benefits from your EFI - still searching for getting 5,1 Audio from HDMI
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  2. Big Sur brought significant changes to the way kexts operate with the kernel and further tightened filesystem protection. It's now most difficult for anyone to make any changes to /S/L/E folder. As such, kexts should be considered cacheable only from /L/E. To repair permissions after any any kext addition, removal or modification in /L/E, type the following Terminal commands: sudo chmod -Rf 755 /L*/E* sudo chown -Rf 0:0 /L*/E* sudo touch -f /L*/E* ` To rebuild the cache, type the following Terminal commands sudo kextcache -i / -> will invoke the required kmutil command sudo kcditto For additional information on the commands: man kmutil man kcditto
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  3. Looks like the above method no longer works, certainly not in Big Sur 11.4, possibly before. @Slice reminded us that Gatekeeper can be used as an alternative. Many people often disable Gatekeeper by default through Terminal command: sudo spctl --master-disable Kexts can be cached from /L/E in Big Sur (and Monterey) by re-enabling Gatekeeper, copying the kexts to /L/E through Terminal via sudo commands and authorizing the kexts from Security & Privacy PrefPane. Upon such authorisation, Gatekeeper will rebuild the cache and restart macOS with the newly cached kexts. Gatekeeper can then be disabled again afterwards. sudo spctl --master-enable sudo cp -Rf <path>/xxxx.kext /L*/E*/ GateKeeper can be disabled again afterwards.
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