HoRNDIS on MacOS Big Sur

Today, we will be installing HoRNDIS on MacOS Big Sur for USB Tethering on a real MacBook Pro because Apple dropped Wi-Fi support. If you have a  HackBook system that has a poor wireless connection or lost support as well, this workaround will be successful for you.

You may also utilize an alternate method which is not shown in the video that works only on a Hackintosh and HackBook as it uses the bootloader software in the EFI System Partition (ESP) to make your Android Smartphone appear to be a secondary Wi-Fi/Ethernet port to provide a working connection.

00:00 – macOS Big Sur (20A4299v)
00:45 – System Preferences
00:55 – System Preferences\Network
01:05 – Launchpad
01:10 – Access an app from the Launchpad
03:30 – Terminal
03:50 – Rebooting
05:05 – Sign in
05:15 – System Preferences
05:17 – System Preferences\Network
05:20 – Verifying that HoRNDIS is installed and working

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Stephan Pringle

About The Author: Stephan Pringle writes about hardware and software for several online publications. To see more material from Stephan, you can follow his personal tech blog at TechspertHelp.com and tech vlog at VideoHooligan.com.