I can see FTDI module in system report
However in arduino it would not present up
I learn that iOS comes with USBSerial.kext which may deal with this however I do not see it working for me.
I’ve tried putting in FTDI driver and I can see .kext in /system/library/extensions and nonetheless would not work.
ERROR whereas putting in manually
/Library/Extensions/FTDIUSBSerialDriver.kext didn't load - (libkern/kext) not loadable (purpose unspecified); test the system/kernel logs for errors or strive kextutil(8)
Discover - new kext com.apple.driver.usb.AppleUSBHostPlatformProperties, v1.2 matches prelinked kext however cannot decide if executables are the identical (no UUIDs).
Notice: Arduino board reveals up in IDE however FTDI doens’t.
UPDATE Module works with iOS Excessive sierra 10.13.6
Response from FTDI relating to signed drivers
Apple are transferring from what are referred to as Kernel Extentions (.kexts) to what are referred to as Driver Extensions (.dexts) for the implementation of drivers beginning in macOS Catalina (10.15). At present .kexts are nonetheless supported in macOS Catalina, nonetheless after the beta launch they issued an replace which stopped our driver from loading. This replace required our driver (FTDIUSBSerialDriver.kext) to be re-signed and notarized, we accomplished this course of with an up to date Apple Developer ID (as they lapse each two years). Sadly when Apple issued our new Developer ID to re-sign and notarize the motive force bundle they did so with out the .kext help choice enabled (as .kexts are being deprecated it’s now not robotically included). Because of this there’s a code signature problem with our driver, at present we’re ready on Apple issuing us with the proper Developer ID to have the ability to signal .kexts for macOS Catalina.
As such our present VCP driver obtainable on the web site has a signature problem and wont load. Nonetheless if the gadget you’re utilizing implements a default FTDI VID/PID mixture it needs to be picked up by the inbuilt AppleUSBFTDI.dext driver and current accordingly within the ‘/dev’ folder in your system within the following kind: