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It's out!

Read the tutorial if you want to install Ndless 5.2 on a CX II at
Or this tutorial if you want to install Ndless 4.5.3 on a CX at

Quote from: AdriwebNdless 5.2 (et 4.5.3) va bientôt sortir, et Vogtinator m'a donné le feu vert pour publier quelques vidéos clips lors de mes tests, regardez cette rapidité/fluidité sur la TI-Nspire CX II ;)

Basically Ndless 5.2/4.5.3 in action on both the TI-Nspire CX and TI-Nspire CX II
Some new tracks for those not on Discord:

Clouded Future (UK Hardcore Remix):
The Eurodance Song That Goes Bersek:

Also for some reason, I didn't post about Obelisk of Life in this topic (probably in another):
A few days ago, a jailbreak tool for the TI-83 Premium CE and TI-84 Plus CE calculator series came out, bringing back ASM support for users who are running OS 5.5.2 or higher on their calculator. However, in order to run ASM/C programs from the home screen or from a TI-BASIC program, you also need ASMHOOK, by Jacobly.

So here is how to run First Fantasy, 1000 Bornes, Wal-Rush, GalagACE and other hybrid TI-BASIC programs on newer OSes:

1) Follow the instructions on ArTIfiCE website ( ) to jailbreak your calculator to enable ASM once again.

2) Download ASMHOOK from , send it to your calculator then run it from Cesium or ArTIfiCE. This will enable the ability to run ASM from a BASIC program or the home screen once again.

Normally you should be able to run hybrid TI-BASIC programs once again!
A tool that lets you downgrade to an older OS if your TI-84 Plus/83 Premium CE is hardware revision L or lower (which excludes all Edition Python calculator models) has now been released, although it's still under development. It's called Cauldron:

The original link was but it's down now.

WARNING: Keep in mind that any wrongful manipulation of your calculator boot code or usage of Boot code manipulation without first reading instructions could permanently brick your calculator and that there are still risks otherwise. So be careful!
Too late everyone, TI has just released a new OS update just a minute ago that patches this... just kidding :P, this is amazing. I'm gonna have a read about this when I get some time. :)

Now if only there was a way to make the Asm() command functional again, so that TI-BASIC games that uses ASM libraries can work again.

Clay Walrii from Jan 2019 is now getting a paint job so here comes Silver Walrii. I still need to do some retouching, though.
I'm definitively gonna be careful when connecting my calculator to TI-Connect in the future, in case one day TI releases a TI-Connect update that automatically sends the newest OS to any connected TI-84 Plus CE without any warning (I don't know if that would be illegal).
I bet this could definitively be ported to other calculators. While the goal seems to be to run calc games on the computer without a ROM, there are a lot of classics to play that could benefit newer calculator models.
I tried doing it right now but it won't let me enter the goals for the final ???

EDIT NVM, I found out how:

Tari from Cemetech has begun working on this TI-83+/84+ game emulator

Currently, Phoenix is supported, but it's still in early stages so I bet many more games will work in the future.

Basically, this is a project by Tari from Cemetech, which allows you to play TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Plus games in your browser without requiring a ROM image or a copy of the TI-OS. This is very interesting, as this could allow the release of calculator games outside the TI community (, Steam?) without requiring the player to first dump a ROM from their calculator or illegally download one online.

Source: Cemetech
I'm definitively not upgrading. I hope that in the future, TI won't make TI-Connect automatically update any calc connected to the computer, either via software or background Windows processes.
For the past decade, the TI community as a whole for the most part have been careful not to let programs that tamper with the exam light, to ensure that TI doesn't remove ASM or to convince them that letting people run TI community ASM programs still protects the exam mode. Whenever a program dedicated for cheating was published on Omnimaga, Cemetech, CodeWalrus, TI-Planet or, it was deleted and such program was limited to a release outside the calculator community that barely anyone could find. Programs that simply tampered with the exam light were met with the same fate.

With TI's recent removal of ASM/C from the TI-83 Premium CE in OS 5.5.1 and soon on the TI-84 Plus CE with OS 5.6, it was only a matter of time before such forum rule gets modified and that similar programs would finally make their way on TI calculator websites. Today, it finally happened, with the release of "LEDmorse" for the TI-82 Advanced and the TI-84 Plus-T.

Basically, this program lets you talk in morse code via the exam light. The program requires CalcUtil shell to run and since this calculator always lacked ASM/APP support, there is an elaborate tutorial explaining how to circumvent that limitation and install Flash APPS (such as the aforementioned shell) at , in French.
Very nice features addition! By 3DS simulator support, does it mean that Omega can now be ran on a Nintendo 3DS console?
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