yeah, so it makes me think the problem is high sierra and iOS 13 interaction. Do you have a Mojave partition you can boot off to test?I've updated Safari with the latest version available under High Sierra and no changes, no iCloud tabs!
Safari version = 13.0.4
Did you reset PRAM?Hi everybody, im in need of some help with a recent upgrade. Followed the guide on Post #740 using the BCM943602CDP card. When booting into Mojave, MacOS starts acting very laggy and keeps locking up. Swapping back to the old card solves this problem. Occassionally i'm able to get into system info and see that the wifi and bluetooth cards are both recognized and working before everything locking up again. Does anyone know what could be causing this issue by any chance? If cards are being read by macos does that mean that it rules out the cabling being an issue?
yes, try swap them, at least it work for meIt ended up that I was sent a bad wifi card. Received a replacement and now everything is working perfectly. Minus bluetooth being seemingly terrible in terms of range to the extend that airdrop doesn't work unless I put the device right next to the computer. Is the trick to swap the BT and '2' antenna connectors?
This is my problem as well. Would it help if we got BT dongles as well as the integrated BT?Swapped the antennas for BT and '2' and it's still pretty terrible. Funny thing is that keyboard and mouse work fine, but things like Airdrop or Apple Watch pairing is extremely flaky and barely works. Is the trick to buy an external antenna? Does anyone have recommendations that would cost less than buying through OSX wifi?
sign out of all device iCloud and restart with Handoff, etc turned off, turn on after reboot .Okay, still no handoff. Do you think reinstalling Mojave would help?
EDIT: Reinstalled Mojave from the recovery partition, still not Airdrop nor Handoff. Any suggestions?
I keeo trying this, but it seems like I always sign back into iCloud before another device is finished restarting. I'll keep at it . . . but no change in the Mac Pro/iOS relationship. Although, I did get my iPhone SE to Airdrop to my Mac Pro just after I'd done a reset interval.sign out of all device iCloud and restart with Handoff, etc turned off, turn on after reboot .
if still not work, a clean install macOS is worth to try