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  1. Hi everyone! I solved "downgrading" the EFI folder from 4920 to 4910, updating all kexts (via Clover Configurator), repaired permissions and rebuilded cache and finally upgrading to the last Clover release 4934. Many thanks to all! Cheers, Marco
  2. Energy savings preferences are in default mode. The pmset -g command in terminal return this in attachment. I've been using Opera for a long time, probably from El Capitan and I didn't have any sleep problem
  3. Hi everyone, this is a really small issue, in my opinion. After updating to 10.14.5 (from 10.14.4) sleep is not working properly on my E7450. If I close the lid, it goes to sleep only if I'm working on battery. But if I plug the AC in, sleep is not working any more. I attach my debug file as usual. Thanks a lot in advance Cheers, Marco
  4. When I try to see the log, I have no answers from Terminal. This is not a big issue: I prefer a lot more ApplePS2Controller instead ALPS so I will definitively keep the first.
  5. Thanks a lot @viking1304! I have to edit my previous post: currently I cannot make the laptop sleep automatically unless I prevent hibernation using sudo pmset hibernatemode 0 sudo pmset hibernatefile /dev/null sudo rm -f /var/vm/sleepimage I suppose this is caused by the FakeSMC. I noticed a working result using virtualSMC. I might try the netkas branch of FakeSMC to see if something change
  6. Ok so I will keep RehabMan fork of FakeSMC. Could you recommend an ALPS kext for the touchpad? I would like to try it, but the topic is a little bit messy for me..can you please suggest the correct one to use? Apart this last thing, I can state that system is ok and running smoothly
  7. FakeSMC + ACPIBatteryManager made again working the battery cycles count. Battery % is still unreliable but this is not a big issue. Should I use RehabMan FakeSMC fork or the original one by netkas? Thanks Marco
  8. Hi everybody! I successfully installed macOS 10.14.1 Mojave on my primary internal SSD. Everything is running smoothly but I'm still encountering battery percentage issue. I also noticed (even in System Profiler) that battery count cycle is 0: is that because I use virtualSMC + SMCBattery kexts? Should I switch to FakeSMC and ACPIBatteryManager? Thank you in advance Marco
  9. Hi @Jake Lo and everybody else! I tried your suggest (removed internal Crucial 512GB and placed Toshiba 256GB as internal) and it actually works! So I will perform the update of the main Crucial SSD as soon as possible. I will also try to add again the boot arg abm_firstpolldelay=16000 since it didn't work for me and I will let you know about battery. When placing the external SSD as internal I noticed out that icons in Latitude clover theme were correctly loaded also for Mojave. So I don't have to change anything. Thanks a lot for your great support! I appreciate it!
  10. I will try switching the SSDs and see what happens. I will keep you updated. Thanks a lot @Jake Lo!
  11. Hi guys! While waiting for an updated Mojave installation guide, I've tried by my own installing macOS 10.14 (then upgraded to 10.14.1) just using the Mac App store on a cloned external SSD, in order to preserve my main internal SSD. I successful installed both 10.14 (from 10.13.6) and 10.14.1, with a good overall performance, but I'm experiencing some issues: 1. even after executing hibernation prevention in Terminal and repairing permissions, I can put laptop to sleep but it hangs when waking (rainbow pointer rotating disc, anything stuck) 2. Battery is not updating at all, even when I plug the AC in. 3. Clover entries are yellow boxes with black stripes (not so bad because clover actually works) For the first two issues I suppose it is a DSDT problem, but I cannot solve it by myself. Here you will find the debug zip file (I would like not to waste all my account storage, so please don't be annoyed by this link). Thank you so much for your support! Marco
  12. I think that @viking1304 can support you the best since he develops also tools for this machine
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