Sleep it does not work properly

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Hello,

my situation is this:

If I leave active "Enable Power Nap", "Enable for network access" and "Find my Mac", the system goes to sleep and after a few seconds it exits and returns after a few minutes.

If, on the other hand, I disable all three of the above menu items, sleep works correctly until I wake up the computer.

I use a Fenvi-T919
 

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Hello,

my situation is this:

If I leave active "Enable Power Nap", "Enable for network access" and "Find my Mac", the system goes to sleep and after a few seconds it exits and returns after a few minutes.

If, on the other hand, I disable all three of the above menu items, sleep works correctly until I wake up the computer.

I use a Fenvi-T919
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Your configuration is not as per the guide.

Start here:
 
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Your configuration is not as per the guide.

Start here:
I looked at the guide but I don't see anything wrong with my setup. For example, the two SSDTs required for Skylake are integrated into the SSDT in use.
The contents of the OC driver folder are OK. The same applies to the Kext folder in use. In the config.plist I don't find any arguments that could compromise the sleep.
 

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I looked at the guide but I don't see anything wrong with my setup. For example, the two SSDTs required for Skylake are integrated into the SSDT in use.
The contents of the OC driver folder are OK. The same applies to the Kext folder in use. In the config.plist I don't find any arguments that could compromise the sleep.
Well, there is. The guide does not state to use a single modified SSDT. Secondly, you forgot to clean up your config.plist

Read here:

Also, the Booter Quirks are wrong and is not as per the config.plist creation guide.

Disable EnableWriteUnprotector Quirk
Enable the following Quirk

- DevirtualiseMmio
- SyncRuntimePermissions
- RebuildAppleMemoryMap

Sorting orders for Kexts and Drivers are also not correct
 
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Well, there is. The guide does not state to use a single modified SSDT. Secondly, you forgot to clean up your config.plist

Read here:

Also, the Booter Quirks are wrong and is not as per the config.plist creation guide.

Disable EnableWriteUnprotector Quirk
Enable the following Quirk

- DevirtualiseMmio
- SyncRuntimePermissions
- RebuildAppleMemoryMap

Sorting orders for Kexts and Drivers are also not correct

As I expected, even following the guide the sleep problem remains. In my opinion it is caused by the Fenvi-T919 module. When I run pmset -g i always get this:
 

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As I expected, even following the guide to the letter the sleep problem remains. In my opinion it is caused by the Fenvi-T919 module. When I run pmset -g I always get this:
It's due to Bluetooth. On some of the T919 cards, there is a known BT issue that affects the Sleep/Wake function.

Are you using any sort of Internal Hub to connect the T919 BT?

A similar issue was reported by another user
 

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It's due to Bluetooth. On some of the T919 cards, there is a known BT issue that affects the Sleep/Wake function.

Are you using any sort of Internal Hub to connect the T919 BT?

A similar issue was reported by another user
In these days i have tried them all: the last attempt was to follow your guide that i did not know. But there was never anything to do: always Bluetooth preventing sleep. I had guessed that the problem was the Fenvi-T919 so a few days ago I ordered a new card: the Broadcom BCM943602CDP.
It has arrived but i am waiting for the PCIe adapter to arrive. We hope that at least with this card it solves the problem.
Yes, the current Fenvi-T919 is connected to an internal USB2 hub. Exactly at the HS02 internal port. Thinking that it was not mapped as internal port 255, I initially thought this was the problem: but even mapping this port correctly, nothing has changed.

Thanks for your attention and patience
 

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In these days i have tried them all: the last attempt was to follow your guide that i did not know. But there was never anything to do: always Bluetooth preventing sleep. I had guessed that the problem was the Fenvi-T919 so a few days ago I ordered a new card: the Broadcom BCM943602CDP.
It has arrived but i am waiting for the PCIe adapter to arrive. We hope that at least with this card it solves the problem.
Yes, the current Fenvi-T919 is connected to an internal USB2 hub. Exactly at the HS02 internal port. Thinking that it was not mapped as internal port 255, I initially thought this was the problem: but even mapping this port correctly, nothing has changed.

Thanks for your attention and patience
Hopefully, the new Card should fix the Sleep issues. Keeping this thread open till then.
 
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