Now with 20% more walruses
Started by Jean-Baptiste Boric, January 01, 2016, 10:30:14 pm
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Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on March 08, 2016, 12:19:29 amWould this qualify as safe? I am curious because while under normal means I wouldn't mind sacrifying a calculator to test an OS for compatibility, I am currently short on money for new calculator purchases, so I am reluctant about taking the risk with my only HP Prime.
QuoteYeah, Windows-only flashing sucks, but I don't think I'm up to the task of reverse-engineering the USB flashing protocol. I only have so much sanity to spare
QuoteOn the other hand, I've reverse-engineered a good chunk of the first 8 KiB (only 2 KiB worth of code, but still) of BXCBOOT0.BIN. There's enough stuff to piggy-back here to allow unlimited read access to the NAND.
QuoteIt is acceptable to post such material here or should I put it somewhere else ?
Quote from: Lionel Debroux on March 08, 2016, 01:31:47 pmIndeed, we already knew it.
Quote from: Lionel Debroux on March 08, 2016, 01:31:47 pmWhat about the TI-Planet hpwiki, which already contains such kind of material, as well as other content unmatched elsewhere (not even in the HP community), that I know of ? See https://tiplanet.org/hpwiki/index.php?title=User:BXCBOOT0_BIN_pastebin_com_SKw5xtev , dropped by an anonymous user in August 2013.
QuoteBy the way, why is the HP wiki separate from the main TI-Planet wiki
Quoteand why does it require a separate account from TI-Planet's ?
Quote from: Jean-Baptiste Boric on March 08, 2016, 02:16:57 pmI used that page as a starting point, but I've done my reverse-engineering with only arm-none-eabi-objdump since I don't have IDA. I've requested an account, now waiting for the email.
Quote from: Vogtinator on March 08, 2016, 03:38:33 pmIDA 5.0 is free and a huge step up compared to objdump -D...
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