[Tutorial] How to boot iPod from TI-84 Plus (better program & more detail)

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  1. Gnintendo

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    [Tutorial] How to boot iPod from TI-84 Plus Calculator (better program & more detail)

    Requirements
    • TI-84 Plus or TI-84 Plus Silver Edition Calculator with the latest firmware
    • iPod Touch 2nd Generation jailbroken with the RUN RS method
    • USB female to mini-USB male 5-pin adapter/cord
    • Normal iPod charge/computer connect cord (or similar rendition)

    Tutorial
    1. Turn on your calculator and hit the PRGM button.
    2. Go right to the "NEW" selection screen and choose "Create New" by hitting Enter.
    3. When it prompts you for a name type in RUNRS and hit enter
    4. Now, on the first line of your program (you should be next to a : ) type "RUN RS" (with the quotations.) To type the letters and quotation marks you will have to use the ALPHA key (it works line the 2nd button.)
    5. Now hit the STO> button to add a > to the line (make sure your alpha key isn't on)
    6. Type a X using the ALPHA key again.
    7. Your first line should now say this exactly (where > represents an arrow pointing right): "RUN RS">X
    8. Hit enter to create a new line.
    9. Hit the PRGM button and go right to the I/O selection screen and scroll down until you get to the Send( option, select it and hit enter.
    10. Use the ALPHA key to type a X.
    11. Type a ) (make sure the ALPHA key is off.)
    12. That's it, you're done, your screen should now look exactly like this:
      PROGRAM:RUNRS
      :"RUN RS">X
      :Send(X)

      If it doesn't look like that you did something wrong.
    13. Now quit the programming environment (2nd key then the MODE button (quit.))
    14. Now to boot your iPod plug the mini-USB side of your adapter/cord into the calculator, the USB side of your iPod cord into the other side of the adapter/cord, and the other side of your iPod cord into your iPod.
    15. Turn on your calculator (if it isn't already on.)
    16. Hit the PRGM button.
    17. Choose the option that says RUNRS and hit enter.
    18. Hit enter again.
    That's it, your iPod should now be booting, if it isn't you did something wrong.

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    Have you tried it Gnintendo?
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    Notice the should, this wont work.

    The send command is for the I/O Port.
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    Yep, works like a charm.

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    Proof with video or pictures plz

    Is your cable custom or bought?

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    Can u post a vid?
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    b*tch PICS OR IT DIDNT HAPPEN.

    no post a vid.....
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    video please!
  9. Gnintendo

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    I'm out of town right now (I'm not even in the same state) and I don't have my video camera with me, besides, the tutorial is extremely straightforward and detailed so I don't really see the need for one.
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    Fine, i have the cable. il try it.
    im sure it wont do anything... but prove me wrong.

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