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How to fix USB in macOS Mojave 10.14.2 update

If you have updated your Hackintosh only to find some of your either front or rear USB 2.0 or 3.0 ports no longer working, follow this guide to fix this issue.


The easy way using Multibeast

  1. Download the latest Multibeast for Mojave from Tonymacx86. You will need to login with a free account to download the Installer.
  2. Run Multibeast and navigate to the Drivers tab.
  3. From the left side, click on USB, and select Remove XHCI Port Limit and USBInjectAll.
  4. Proceed with installation and restart your computer.

 The manual USB fix

  1. Download the latest USBInjectAll.kext from here. Save it to your Desktop.
  2. Download the latest KextBeast from here
  3. Run KextBeast, and choose the Destination for /Library/Extensions. Click Install.
  4. Download and open the Clover Configurator from here.
  5. From the left side, click on Mount EFI, and next to your proper EFI partition (for APFS, Recovery, Preboot etc) click on Mount Partition
  6. From the File menu click Open. Navigate to EFI, EFI, Clover and then open config.plist.
  7. From the left side click on Kernel and Kext Patches.
  8. Click the + button at the bottom if you don't have the patch. If you do, just replace the fields with the below values.
  9. Under the Name type or copy:
  10. Under Find (HEX) type or copy this: 83FB0F0F 838F0400 00
  11. Under Replace (HEX) type or copy this: 83FB0F90 90909090 90​
  12. Under Comment type or copy this: USB 10.14.1+ by PMHeart
  13. Under MatchOS type or copy this: 10.14.x
  14. Click the File menu and Save your config.plist. Close Clover Configurator and restart your computer.
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