Deactivating the Z170N's internal bluetooth in Clover
Jul 3, 2016
Welcome! Esteemed google for cryptic phrases! Yes, you can disable the built-in Wifi/Bluetooth adaptor of Z170N/H170N and possibly others. You probably want to do this to let your cough excellent operating system use the USB bluetooth dongle which actually works.
uia_exclude=HS08 to your bootflags.
The build-in Intel device has:
- Device product ID: 0x0a2b
- Device vendor ID: 0x8087
||HS”. That should give you the HSxx for the USB port your device is plugged in.|
Note that disabling the device isn’t (may not) be enough to get another one working. You’ll still need to use something like BrcmPatchRAM.
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