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  1. OK. How do I do the Bluetooth injector/firmware patching? Which kexts do I need to get and which ones do I need to remove?
  2. Hi Harve, My 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks always had different SSIDs. What do you mean by "That Bluetooth-related setup is incorrect."?
  3. OK. I think I found a solution to the problem. It may not be the right one, but at least my ping times to my local router are consistent and the same before and after sleep. WiFi is stable, so is Bluetooth. AirDrop is on and off - sometimes it works and finds devices on the network, sometimes it does not. So, what I did to fix the WiFi is I updated the following kexts to the latest version possible and removed any patches related to BCM from the config.plist file. Here is the list of kexts currently in my EFI/Clover/Kexts/Other folder related to WiFi and Bluetooth: - AirportBrcmFixup.kext - BrcmBluetoothInjector.kext - BrcmFirmwareRepo.kext - BrcmNonPatchRAM2.kext - BrcmPatchRAM3.kext I think it won't hurt to update Lilu.kext and WhateverGreen.kext too. Hope this helps others having issues with DW1830 WiFi adapter. Best regards.
  4. Do I need to get rid of any unused kexts? Any extra entries in the config.plist? DSDT? Could it be USB Configuration as reported in this guide? https://github.com/syscl/XPS9350-macOS/issues/145
  5. Here are the IORegs before and after sleep. I have checked the WiFi card and and all antenas are connected properly. Archive.zip
  6. Checked on Dell support site with the service tag - DW1830 3x3 802.11ac 2.4/5GHz + Bluetooth 4.1
  7. Checked in the BIOS - says Broadcom Wireless, but nothing else.
  8. How can I check the card model? Do I have to boot into Windows?
  9. Hi Hervé, Yes, I tried all your suggestions, but the issue is still there. The laptop is located around 10 feet from the router and always connects to the same SSID. Here is a screenshot of my ping times to the router - first one is after wake up from sleep, second one is after system restart.
  10. Just noticed something - ping time increases when the speed is low (check the screenshot).
  11. Tried it - no effect. Still slow speed after wake up.
  12. I got some progress. I removed the AirportBrcmFixup.kext and after restart I got the desired speed. But when it wakes up from sleep I got half the speed as before. I also checked my router and there is no setting where I can set to use DFS channels.
  13. Connected to 5G, 80MHz. Is this OK?
  14. I have a BCM43602 which should be natively supported. What can I do to fix this?
  15. Hi Jake, I have a wired issue with my WiFi. I have an AC router and I am connected to it at 300 Mbit/s. When I do an Internet speed test I get 25 Mbit/s when all my other devices connected to the same WiFi get a 50 Mbit/s. Could that be a problem with the WiFi driver? Can you help? Best regards.
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