I had no luck with clearing the battery error with the iFixit Battery after re-calibrating.
Things worked well for a brief period: 4 days of no KPs. Cannot identify any corrupt data.
KPs started up again. In desperation, I opened up the case, and reseated the P1. Again noted that the drive seemed almost loose in the key-slot. Tightened the lock-down screw to a bit more than hand tight.
That was 24 hours ago, and no KPs after suffering 5 or 6 the day before while trying to get some fricking C-code finished. Thanks to the reprieve, got it done. Now trying to make sure everything is okay.
You’d have to see if the SSD is removable, the form-factor etc. perhaps the tear-down is a good place to check.
Anyone still get an error code after replacing with an iFixit battery?
Anyone else get that the apple diagnostic tool still reports a malfunctioning battery after replacement?
Yeah, I’m on the oops-we-casused-kernel-panics-for-everyone-here-try-this macOS update. lol.
So a strange turn of events…
In my desperation, after I removed the P1 and put the original back in to see if it was battery or the disk, I made a bootable USB installation of same kernel-panic free updated macOS Mojave 10.14.6, put the P1 back in, ran some diagnostics from USB installation, all clean, and then proceeded to work, KERNEL-PANIC-FREE riiiiight up until yesterday at 10:38:27 (thanks Console.app) while re-syncing my OneDrive account… part of me wonders if I’ve got some corrupt data in there that is causing havoc with the NVMe driver.
For the time being, I’ve disabled sleep (always happens after it goes to sleep and I wake it up),
Thanks for the back-n-forth. Will also keep you posted.
Have some bad news… suddenly started getting frequent kernel panic from this mod.
when I installed, it worked flawlessly until July 25, 2019 when I started getting kernel panic when on battery.
I knew I had to replace my battery soon, it was just under 90% of design capacity. But the error was always kicked out by iokit specifically from IONVMeFamily 2.1.0
Bought an iFixit Battery, installed it on 28 July. Calibrated it according to the instructions. Still get at PPT004 warning in the hardware diagnostics program on startup. (battery not functioning correctly).
I feel however, based on the 22 July system update to Mojave 10.14.5 to 10.14.6, may be the culprit.
In the meanwhile, i’ve gone back to the original SSD, will try to properly re-calibrate the battery, as during initial phase, the magsafe disconnected momentarily.
Thankfully, I have a backup machine to work on, albeit a windows-based one. :-( Anywho, will keep y’all posted.
1. Glad someone was able to clear up the reason we need to calibrate
2. During the process, if for some reason, say my cat waltzing all over my desk, disconnects the magsafe for a moment while in the final full charge cycle, what impact would this have?
Can confirm also that this same setup works on a MacBook Pro 13” Retina Early 2015. Mojave 10.14.5 with Rivo NGFF M.2 nVME SSD Adapter and 1TB Crucial P1 SSD NVMe
Before Upgrade from 128GB Apple (samsung) SSD: < 220 MB/s read/write speeds from disk
After: 1200MB/s read/write with the Crucial P1 1TB PCI channels read as an NVMe device in System Information
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