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MirageOS for NspireAndy
Brandon Wilson has released a small utility that fixes MirageOS on the Nspire's TI-84+ emulator. Send the small program to the emulated 84+, run it, and MirageOS will then work.
9 Oct 2007, 20:07 GMT

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Re: MirageOS for Nspire1337h4kor
Oh snap. That makes me want one even more. So is the price range reasonable? I was defiantly wanting one because its a new calculator and my familiar TI 84+SE. I'm glad to know that some high up people already have one. *Scorns all who already have one* I wish I already had one.

I wish i could swim in the sea of probabilty but once during my life.
9 Oct 2007, 20:32 GMT

Re: MirageOS for NspireBrandonW
It's around $135, more or less.

The Nspire part is pretty useless right now, but if you're in the market for a new 84+SE and don't care about USB host functionality (like usb8x/msd8x), it might be worth getting.

By the way, not that anyone cares, but the reason why MirageOS wasn't working is because it used undocumented instructions involving IXH. This just patches the application to use the equivalent documented instructions. It's very simple because you can set bits in Flash when you write to it.
9 Oct 2007, 20:51 GMT

Re: MirageOS for Nspireallynfolksjr
I see Brandon is being amazing like usual. :)
9 Oct 2007, 20:51 GMT

Re: MirageOS for Nspireryantmer
Of course he's amazing, he's mah sexy hero beast.
9 Oct 2007, 20:57 GMT

Re: MirageOS for NspireLunchbox
Excuse me, I believe Nikky is our resident sexy beast.
9 Oct 2007, 22:27 GMT

Re: MirageOS for Nspire1337h4kor
I wish to have one mainly because I wish to program on a calculator with that many buttons. Mmm buttons. Crazy yellow buttons are freaky.

I wish i could swim in the sea of probabilty but once during my life.
10 Oct 2007, 15:49 GMT

Re: MirageOS for NspireAndy
The Nspire OS doesn't have any real programming capabilities _at all_ (yet? They may or may not add some in the future), and you use a keypad that is laid out identically to an 84+'s to use the 84+ emulator (the keypad dictates what the calculator runs).
11 Oct 2007, 07:31 GMT

Re: MirageOS for Nspire1337h4kor
I was talking about on the Nspire. I was hoping that eventually they'd make it capable for you to program on it. And I already knew that but thanks for restating it. When I first heard about it here on the site, I went to the official site. I've been on the mailing list. I saw the official release of that function on the same day they released it. I want one because it looks awesome. I'd also like to get a V200.

I wish i could swim in the sea of probabilty but once during my life.
11 Oct 2007, 20:33 GMT

Re: MirageOS for Nspireaceofspikes
alright. I'm a complete noob at this...
I don't get it.
I used the command Asm(prgmMOSPATCH)
ERR: ARCHIVED comes up.

And whenever i try to load Mirage OS it still reboots ram and messes up.
8 Nov 2009, 22:24 GMT

Re: MirageOS for Nspireaceofspikes
9 Nov 2009, 10:09 GMT

Re: MirageOS for Nspireratjar123
I have a problem too, I have the Mospatch on the calculator, but when I go to programs and run it, it says error in xmit. Any solutions. Btw, I have the mirageos, noshell, and the mospatch on the calculator, do i need to tranmit them in sequence or something.

7 Feb 2010, 04:51 GMT

Re: MirageOS for Nspireearthnite
can someone post the Ti-basic code, I'm having trouble putting it in my n-spire.
30 Nov 2010, 19:43 GMT

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