In this guide, we will show you a nifty workaround to fix the issue of Bluetooth not working after installing Sonoma via Open Core Legacy Patcher. OCLP is a bootloader that is used to inject and patch data in memory, instead of on disk. One of its most commonly used case scenarios is the ability to run macOS on unsupported Macs. It goes without that carrying out this tweak would obviously bring in a few bugs and issues. And that has indeed been the case.
As of now, numerous users have voiced their concern that Bluetooth not working after installing the Open Core Legacy Patcher on Sonoma. As a result of which, they are unable to connect or pair any Bluetooth including the all-important mouse and keyboard. Both versions 1.0.0 and the latest 1.0.1 are currently bugged with this issue and even the older 0.6.8 does no good. If you are also facing this issue, then this guide will help you out. Follow along for the fix.
Fix Bluetooth not working on Sonoma Open Core Legacy Patcher
The only working version of Open Core Legacy Patcher with Sonoma is 0.6.9n. So you’ll have to install that nightly version, then install the root patches and do a reboot. After that, you can easily install the latest version 1.0.1 as well as its root patches without any issues. So on that note, we round off this guide. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.