- Jul 22, 2018
- Supermicro X11SPA-T
- Intel Xeon W-3275 28 Core
- 2xAMD RX 580 8GB
- OS X/macOS
- Mac mini
- MacBook Pro
- Mobile Phone
How to Enable Intel Bluetooth on macOS [Clover/OpenCore]An EliteMacx86 Exclusive Guide - This guide covers the implementation of Intel Bluetooth on macOS using Clover and OpenCore. By following this guide, you'll be able to enable Bluetooth on macOS using Clover or OpenCore Bootloader.
There are several Intel WiFi cards where the Bluetooth function work OOTB. However, it lacks an on and off function and can have an invalid or no Address on some systems. You'll need to use Injector which enables on and off function and the firmware upload to fix potential issues and provide full support for the Bluetooth hardware.
To enable Intel WiFi, refer to the guide linked below.
How to Enable Intel WiFi on macOS [Clover/OpenCore] An EliteMacx86 Exclusive Guide - This guide covers the implementation of Intel WiFi on macOS using Clover and OpenCore. By following this guide, you'll be able to enable Intel WiFi on macOS using Clover or OpenCore Bootloader. Overview There...
Not all Intel Bluetooth hardware is compatible with macOS. Refer to the thread linked below for more information on Intel Bluetooth compatibility.
WiFi Compatibility List for OS X and macOS [Broadcom, Atheros, Intel and Realtek] Following are the list of compatible and non-compatible WiFi models for Mac. For Broadcom https://www.elitemacx86.com/threads/how-to-enable-broadcom-wifi.606/ For Atheros...
|WiFi/BT Hardware||Compatible Intel WiFi/BT|
|Network Kexts||Original Network kexts in S/L/E|
|macOS Version||macOS High Sierra and Later|
STEP 1: Add Required Kext
To enable Bluetooth support, you'll need to add Intel Bluetooth kexts.
1. Download the kexts according to your macOS version from the downloads section of this forum.
2. Mount your ESP.
If you're using Clover, copy the kexts to
If you're using OpenCore, copy the kexts to
EFI/OC/Kexts. You'll also need to add the kext entries in the
Kernelsection of your config.plist.
STEP 2: Restart your System
After performing all the above steps, restart your system for the applied changes to take effect.
You can see a Bluetooth icon in the menu bar now. If not, you can enable it from System Preferences>Bluetooth>Show Bluetooth in the menu bar.