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  1. layoutid 21 finally works, thank you so much. How do I manually add kexts to config.plist? Whenever I add a left I always update the config file from ProperTree and it always works, no idea why it broke this time
  2. No. I just hear a continuous beep from the headphones, speakers work fine though. I tried installing HoRNDIS because my WiFi card is not supported, I added it to the kexts folder, used ProperTree to get a snapshot for the config.plist, but upon reboot it gives me a kernel panic error.
  3. okok I'll try this one out. Yeah NullEthernet I tried that out to fix iMessage because I read that in a guide. Also the SSDTs are from a forum here that I downloaded in hopes to fix my trackpad.
  4. Hey man thanks for the reply. The EFI folder I uploaded is about 1 week old and I've added many kexts since then. So I'm not sure if your config would work with my updated EFI, could you please update the config according to this EFI folder: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1zJ8Eb-H7s6vS6nmEOYuivV_49cDqih7x Really appreciate it brother
  5. Please help I have been working on this for 6 hours but no luck and I'm going crazy I prepared a USB with Catalina and OpenCore for my Dell Latitude 5490. I can boot into macOS, and it takes me to the macOS recovery page. My touchpad doesn't work and the cursor is stuck in the top left corner. I can select options using my keyboard. Here's what I found out/tried: 1. Removing VoodooPS2 results in booting straight to a magc mouse logo, which probably means that it doesn't detect any input device. My keyboard also doesn't work because when I press the Caps-Lock button,
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