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  1. Is there a guide on how to do this? BT functionality is working on my Windows 10 side.
  2. So happy I bumped into this thread. At this time, I need to buy a new card, since I bought the "Lenovo OEM FRU P/N: 00JT493 Broadcom BCM94350ZAE" card at the beginning of my journey (I believe Herve said that this card hasn't been tested for compatibility in the Wifi thread). I can say that WiFi works perfectly but I cannot get the Bluetooth to work at all. Alas, I most likely need a new card... What cards are the most likely to work OOB at this point in time? I'm on Mojave. Paging @Hervé for help --------------------------------- What I've Done ------------------------------- My BT shows up in my menu bar up top and can detect Bluetooth devices such as my wireless speaker, etc. It attempts to connect, very rarely connects for a split second, then DCs and refuses to connect again. I've tried the fixes through browsing package contents of BRCMPatch2 and BRCMFirmwareRepo and changing with PlistEditPro, I attempted to change the firmware of my BT to the v7 5803... no change as you can see in pics. I also checked to see if this was a chip problem but on Windows 10 which I have dual booted, the BT worked fine after installing some drivers. I was able to click thru a bunch of properties, etc and find that the driver?hex?idk? it's using is "BCM4350C5_003.006.007.0095.1668.hex" . Back on the Hackintosh side, I downloaded this .hex file from some random site and tried to put it into my BRCMFirmwareRepo + set it in the BRCMPatch2 but to no avail. TBH, I had no idea what I was doing at this point Please help! I'm by no means a computer expert (surprised at how I even built this thing so far), I'm a med student, so I'm sorry if I ask silly questions. BT is the most important feature to me and it sucks I haven't been able to get it to work As mentioned above, I'm beginning to think a new card like the DW1560? might be my best bet... hopefully it runs OOB?
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