Patch for Using M2 NVMe in MacOS

This tutorial should help you get your NVMe SSD working on macOS so your NVMe drive will be recognized. This tutorial is targeted towards Hackintosh hardware only.

Late 2013 Mac Pros and 2014+ Macbook Pros use a special format M2 connector and thus only Apple M2 format drives will work. But you will not need any special driver for support.


Would you like to use your NVMe drive as your boot drive for macOS? No problem, just use Carbon Copy Cloner to clone your hard drive over.

When it is done cloning, you should be able to boot from your new NVMe drive from the Clover boot screen.

NOTE: If you are using High Sierra, you don't need this. Because NVME has support with High Sierra

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