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  1. Yes, 5ghz is working on both Windows 10 and macOS and both perform virtually the same according to iperf. I've been using the Mac setup for a few hours now without any crashes or performance drops whatsoever. I'm very happy with these results!
  2. I'm a little confused about what you are asking. Are you trying to see what's going on in the IORegistry? I was able to download IORegExplorer from some random GitHub repo, but you can still download it straight from Apple's dev tools. I also have no idea what the pinout is for this particular DW1820a (CN-08PKF4) and why pins need to be disabled as opposed to the other variants.
  3. I've been following this thread and I decided to make an account because I was able to get my CN-08PKF4 working with @Naidis' fix. I only did the following steps based on @Hervé's solution: Inject AirportBrcmFixup, BrcmFirmwareRepoData, and BrcmPatchRAM2 in C/K/O Add the boot option brcmfx-driver=1 (it would not boot otherwise) Inject properties (I tried injecting subsystem-id 21 as per another thread but it didn't work ) Taped the 3 pins on the front side and only 2 pins on the bottom just like @Naidis did. I did not apply FixAirport or AddDTGP. I played a 10 hour loop of a fireplace on youtube to test variations of fixes, and the only one that didn't end up crashing is the method above. I suggest we figure out why blocking those pins somehow fix the problem. Edit: Changing to brcmfx-driver=2 allows me to do Handoff
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