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  1. Card: DW1820A, #08PKF4, 106B:0023 Hackintosh: Dell G7 7588 macOS verions: Catalina Ok Patch: "compatible pci14e4,4353" property injection in Clover Kexts: * For wifi: BrcmAirportFixup * For bluetooth: BrcmBluetoothInjector, BrcmFirmwareData, BrcmPatchRAM3 Boot parameter: brcmfx-country=#a Tricks: pin-masking
  2. Can confirm that I only added the kexts patches to the clover config file and not the acpi patches. Adding the two acpi patches it works like a a charm! Thanks @Jake Lo
  3. I was out of home so tried it very quickly. Here is a proper debug zip. @Jake Lo debug_5384.zip Seems it is on polling mode according to the kernel log.
  4. Hi and thanks for helping Jake. I am using your files but I am not currently sure how to check if the trackpad is now working in interrupt mode. However I am still getting the cursor jumping on screen when fast moves on the trackpad.
  5. Hey @black.dragon74 I would like some assistance if you are still available. I have an i7-8750h and the trackpad uses widows precision drivers. As mentioned in the voodooi2c guide I should use the satellite HID kext which I tried and works fine. However for some reason maybe because it is in polling mode, when on battery my laptops cursor kind of lags when sliding on the trackpad from side of side but it does not happen when plugged in. Gestures work nice so I want to get it working in interrupt to reduce CPU usage and see if it also solves the cursos lag. I have been trying to understand patching and error fixing but I haven't tried patching it myself as my knowledge right now is very limited. I read somewhere that you should delete the AppleIntelLpssI2C[Controller].kext which I haven't done, should I do it? If possible I would like to have the GPIO pinning with an SSDT as I do not have a patched DSDT I am only using patched SSDTs. Thanks. debug_29335.zip
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