Update: This is much easier with as of late 2015.

The one thing missing from my work Hackintosh was WiFi & Bluetooth. While the GA-Z97N-WIFI includes an Intel mini PCI-E WiFi & Bluetooth card, it doesn’t play nicely with OS X. However, rumour had it that the Azurewave AW-CE123H would do the trick. A quick trip to eBay and £26 later and one was on the way to me.

Fitting it turned out to be exciting - the existing card is screwed into a heatsink - and I’d strongly suggest sorting this out before putting the box together. Once installed it needs a few tweaks to convince OS X that it’s an Airport Extreme card.

Luckily, a lot of people have worked hard to make this easy, especially the good people at toleda, with some help from InsanelyMac.

Firstly, add the enabler kext to your /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.10 directory. Then, edit your clover.config file and add the following snippets to the KextsToPatch array: ```

Comment 10.10-BCM94352-5 GHz-XT-ROW Find WFQAKxgsIQAg Name AirPortBrcm4360 Replace WFQACjYcRwAK Comment 10.10-BCM94352-Airport-Extreme Find axAAAHUN Name AirPortBrcm4360 Replace axAAAJCQ Comment 10.10.2-BT4LE-Handoff-Hotspot Find SIXAdFwPt0g= Name IOBluetoothFamily Replace Qb4PAAAA61k=


Save, reboot, and have a look at your System Report. If all has gone well, you should now have WiFi & Bluetooth with AirDrop and Handoff support.

With this done, my work Hackintosh is fully complete. It’s quiet, packs a very decent punch and doesn’t look at all bad.