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Flash Drives on a Calculator
Posted by Michael on 12 September 2006, 04:43 GMT

[I have mass storage devices on a mass storing calculator!]As the result of a group effort between myself, Brandon Wilson, and Dan Englender, we have released msd8x v0.94, which allows the use of ordinary USB flash drives with a TI-84 Plus. Brandon has been laboring all summer long on finishing the driver and GUI to be acceptable for public usage, and thanks to his dedication and adding of nifty features it is at last at the stage for a general release. Information on downloading and running msd8x can be found at the WikiTI calculator wiki.

With the appropriate cable, you can browse, modify, and copy (in both directions) files between a flash drive and the 84+'s RAM and/or archive. msd8x also supports the running of ION and MirageOS programs directly from a flash drive.

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Re: Flash Drives on a Calculator
thiemster  Account Info
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could you somehow get wireless internet on a calculator using msd8x?

Reply to this comment    21 November 2006, 21:07 GMT

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Jonathan Martin  Account Info
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Maybe. I'm really looking forward to a version for the 68k. It would be great to have a bunch more memory, but this is offering as much as you can pay for a flash drive.

How long do you think it will be until there is a version for the 89's?

Reply to this comment    18 March 2007, 19:33 GMT

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hi bye  Account Info

Erm.. That cable is the normal one to connect ti-84 plusses to the computer.

Reply to this comment    3 August 2012, 23:05 GMT

Re: Flash Drives on a Calculator
Simon Plamondon-Roy  Account Info

Is there an app like msd8x for the TI Nspire CX CSA?

Reply to this comment    19 December 2018, 18:11 GMT
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