I had been browsing viewtopic.php?f=66&t=210914&start=50#p1316511, which is obviously not going to reach any sensible resolution.
While I was typing this entry the post was locked, but rather than let my pearls of wisdom 😉 go to waste, I will propose a "solution".
I agree with the Foundation engineers that the firmware should not be modified to work around hardware problems which may compromise operation.
One thing which has not been addressed is that the Pi power system is inadequate. The original idea to use a microUSB was a good pragmatic decision, which has outlived its time. (The situation in 2012 was quite different, when 1A "chargers" were adequate.)
Even if you CAN find a power supply which will supply the specified voltage at the rated current (I have tested many, and only found one - the "official" from the recommended suppliers are better than most, but fail to meet spec).
The REAL problem most users have is NOT power supply related, but inadequate cables. I make my own cables, BUT it is difficult to terminate adequate cables on a microUSB plug, so these still have to be constrained to short connections.
It is not always feasible to use short cables - the solution (which may be applicable to the original questioner) is to power the Pi through the 5V pin on the expansion header (in conjunction with adequate cables) and/or install a 5V regulator in proximity to the Pi.
No engineer worth his salt would attempt to supply 5V power over long (here this means 1m) cables.