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AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
Posted by Joey on 20 May 2003, 00:32 GMT

TI has released AMS 2.09 for the TI-89, TI-92+, and Voyage 200. The only catch is that you must download the newest version of TI Connect to get it.

Update: (Joey): AMS 2.09 is now available by itself. Go download it from the TI Online Store.

 


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Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
Barrett Anderson  Account Info
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i'm guessing the new ti-connect is required for 2.09, that's probably why you have to download it.

     20 May 2003, 01:16 GMT

Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Good point, never thought of that.

     20 May 2003, 01:51 GMT


Re: Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
W Hibdon  Account Info

If so, why could you go to http://epsdownload.ti.com/ download/delivery.asp? bn=2708522&fn=1&NAME=OS209.89u to get it?

     21 May 2003, 01:34 GMT


Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
stech85  Account Info
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This is not true - I installed 2.09 thought the old graph link software!

     1 February 2004, 02:08 GMT

Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
AndrĂ© Felix Miertschink  Account Info

I load the ROM 2.09 using TI-Graph Link (89) usually without problems.

     20 May 2003, 01:57 GMT


Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
benjamin huneeus

i put to on my calc, and i only have trouble with fastkbd and fastkeys (lock the calc) but with the other programs like preos, hail, hibview, bestview, complete, id....have no trouble at all, so IM HAPPY with the new rom...and i think is more faster =), my opinion

     20 May 2003, 02:19 GMT


I also like ROM that are more faster.
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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Did they ever get rid of that program size limit?

     20 May 2003, 22:23 GMT


Re: I also like ROM that are more faster.
Michael O'Brien  Account Info
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Do you honestly think that they would support programmers to that extent? Come to think of it, TI is getting friendlier I think.

     20 May 2003, 22:28 GMT


Re: Re: I also like ROM that are more faster.
no_one_2000_  Account Info
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It was wishful thinking...

     21 May 2003, 22:21 GMT


Re: Re: Re: I also like ROM that are more faster.
Michael O'Brien  Account Info
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What would happen I WE took over TI...thats a lot of fun to think about!

     21 May 2003, 22:27 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: I also like ROM that are more faster.
ti_is_good_++
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ViralX is writing an OS, so we don't have to.

If he writes a book or technical paper on how to do it, then it would be even easier for us to do what you propose. :)

We don't have to play to TI and their preferences. This is not the 86 (TI-86 not x86) so we ASM programmers can mess with the OS step by step as we figure out the requirements (not the code, of course-that's illegal :).

     17 September 2003, 22:41 GMT

Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
DWedit  Account Info
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Let me know if they fixed the arccotangent function, that thing was completly broken in the last OS.

If you tried to to an inverse cotangent in degree mode, you just got nothing but "Internal Error"s.

     20 May 2003, 02:37 GMT


Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
Kevin Kofler
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Yes, according to Bhuvanesh Bhatt, it is fixed. See his post (under the nickname lalu) on the first page.

     20 May 2003, 09:15 GMT

Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
AndrĂ© Felix Miertschink  Account Info

Can anybody find out the amount of free memory (RAM and Flash) after the updating?
I had installed a game (Gran...) and the same locked and I had to reset the calculator (TI-89). Ever since only display 655342 of Flash Memory.
How that I do to return to the normal?

     20 May 2003, 02:49 GMT

Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
alex88simon88

Well I just updated my calculator today and you happen to have exactly the amount of FLASH ROM when you first install the new OS 2.09 (655342). Also the RAM I have is 196554 right after installing. So the game Gran did not eat any ROM from your calculator.
- -
\___/

     20 May 2003, 03:06 GMT


Re: Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
lord_nightrose Account Info
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Did you have 2.08 on there before?

     20 May 2003, 05:08 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
alex88simon88

I had 2.08 for a long time on my 89.
(a lot of my friends thought the icon desktop was pretty cool on the my calculator.)

     21 May 2003, 23:56 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
lord_nightrose Account Info
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I'm going to skip over telling you about how you said "on the my calculator" and point you to the web site link above.

     23 May 2003, 20:59 GMT


Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
alex88simon88

By the way, I downloaded a miscellaneous program (background) and my calculator bugged out flickering and all so the new OS may not be the OS you want to have anyway. It may not even support graystyle for all I tried.

     20 May 2003, 04:08 GMT

noper
slimey_limey  Account Info
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Background hasn't worked since 2.03.

     22 May 2003, 17:12 GMT


Re: Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
ti_is_good_++
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Use the folowing code (it worked on 83+ v.1.15) to produce some rudimentary BASIC grayscale:

:FnOff
:ClrGraph
:ZoomStd
:AxesOff
:GridOff
:LabelOff
:RectGC
:ExprOn
:ClrHome
:Lbl A
:Disp
:DispGraph
:Goto A

What it does is clears the Graph and Home screens and switches fast between each-creating horizontal banding because the LCD and controller aren't as fast as the processor (obviously). Also: don't modify the order of the commands because they are designed to outmaneuver Smart Graph. I know this is 83+ BASIC but I'm just reading off the calc screen-translate as needed.

     17 September 2003, 22:52 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
ti_is_good_++
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Um-sorry. There have to be delays between the switches, so the code segment:

:Lbl A
:Disp
:DispGraph
:Goto A

would be

:Lbl A
:Disp
:sin( cos( tan( cos( cos( tan( cos(6.234653257982359734))))))
:DispGraph
:sin( cos( tan( cos( cos( tan( cos(6.234653257982359734))))))
:Goto A

Excessively long trig functions work very well for momentary delays-just don't use sec, csc, cot due to their tendency to throw errors.

     17 September 2003, 23:05 GMT

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