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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
Benjamin Moody  Account Info

I asked about the TI-Navigator protocol...

Dear Benjamin Moody:

Thank you for contacting Texas Instruments, an educational technology
company.

Currently, there are no annouced plans to make the AMS 2.09 protocols
available to the public. I have logged your message so the developers
can view your comments and suggestions.

If you have further questions or comments, please feel free to contact
me at your convenience.


Sincerely,

Mulanda Kamba

     21 May 2003, 01:59 GMT

Anyone wanna hack it?
da86guy
(Web Page)

...there are no annouced plans to make the AMS 2.09 protocols available to the public...

Gee, that's rather typical of the TI guys, they're "getting friendlier" ...

Possibly if you could intercept the data TI-Connect sends to the [color]-link, it could be hacked...

     21 May 2003, 05:19 GMT

Re: Anyone wanna hack it?
Michael O'Brien  Account Info
(Web Page)

Isn't that basically what the TiLP team did for their USB driver? I'll be suprised if they think they can keep the protocols from everone. BTW that looks like a computer generated message since it talks about logging it for the developers...it sounds like you just sent in an inquiry to determine if their will be publicity on some TI stuff, why do developers need to go over that?

     21 May 2003, 16:33 GMT


Re: Re: Anyone wanna hack it?
lalu

For the obvious reason that it's the developers who would know about that sort of stuff? :)

     23 May 2003, 04:27 GMT


Re: Anyone wanna hack it?
no_one_2000_  Account Info
(Web Page)

Maybe it's not fully supported by them yet

     21 May 2003, 22:23 GMT


Re: Re: Anyone wanna hack it?
Michael O'Brien  Account Info
(Web Page)

One thing I hated was when you went from TI-Connect 1.1 to 1.2, your tranfer speed was droped down from 4KB/sec to 2 or 3 KB/sec. I really hope that the speed is kicked back up again.

     21 May 2003, 22:29 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Anyone wanna hack it?
Geek_Productions Account Info

Well, TI Connect 1.2 takes several seconds longer to transfer than 1.0 (which I have on my computer.) I had a friend who had SEVERE problems w/vers. 1.1 (e.g. not being able to actually run it.) So.. I still have TI Connect 1.0.

     24 May 2003, 21:54 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Anyone wanna hack it?
Michael O'Brien  Account Info
(Web Page)

Well the transfer rate is back up to ~4KB/sec but detection of the calculator is carried out every time you want to link to your calculator. Thats just stupid.

     27 May 2003, 17:45 GMT


Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
Kevin Kofler
(Web Page)

I think they don't want to release the protocol because doing so would allow people to build their own hubs for cheating purposes.

     23 May 2003, 08:16 GMT


Re: Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
Michael O'Brien  Account Info
(Web Page)

No need, all you have to have is a Radio Link or some other wireless transciever.

     27 May 2003, 17:46 GMT

Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
Ryan Hidalgo  Account Info
(Web Page)

Wait, what is the size of a normal TI-89 OS? The AMS 2.09 that I am using currently (which is the one that was included with the new TI-Connect) is 1,209kb. On the TI Online store, that one is 1,208kb. Is there anything different with the one I have and the online store one? Or is mine just virus-infected or something, so it is a kb larger?

     23 May 2003, 01:02 GMT


Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
BullFrog  Account Info
(Web Page)

No, it's not infected or anything. The same thing happened with me. The page at the TI Store probably hasn't been updated with the new size yet.

     24 May 2003, 15:52 GMT

Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
Camilo Rodríguez  Account Info

I've installed the new OS, and seems to work fine with all the programs I have in my TI-89. I have Gran Tourismo, Space Dementia, Bombermaze, Platinum Edition, Ti-Chess, TICT-Explorer,Ti-Diary and all of them worked properly, so I think there isn't any problem with this new thing.

     23 May 2003, 06:12 GMT


Re: Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
q x  Account Info

YES!, (b/c) Most of those are "NoStub", ie. Gran Tourismo, Space Dementia, Platinum Edition, etc.
'They' do not require a kernal!

     23 May 2003, 18:15 GMT


sh^L 6
benjamin huneeus

Hello to all, someone could to say to me that it is what shows the menu of the memory???, because it was showing 128/319Ko rom and then installs one APPS and now it shows 37/255Ko .... someone can explain to me???...and why indicate 256Ko of RAM?????

     29 May 2003, 00:49 GMT


Re: sh^L 6
Michael O'Brien  Account Info
(Web Page)

The OS needs RAM to run. So part of the 256KB chip is used be the OS.

     2 June 2003, 16:33 GMT

Benchmarks: AMS 2.08 vs. AMS 2.09
Frank A. Nothaft  Account Info
(Web Page)

Well, I'm doing a benchmark of 2.08 versus 2.09 using my new benchmark software, you'll see the software soon, and it seems that the factory defaults for each are approximatly equal in speed.

What this update does, don't ask me...

     30 May 2003, 02:15 GMT


Re: Benchmarks: AMS 2.08 vs. AMS 2.09
Kirk Meyer  Account Info
(Web Page)

It probably does other things, but Deleting variables, including archived ones, is now possible in TI Connect's Device Explorer. This may seem insignificant, but it's probably a necessary change before they can release things like NoteFolio for the 68K calculators.

     31 May 2003, 02:49 GMT


Re: Re: Benchmarks: AMS 2.08 vs. AMS 2.09
Frank A. Nothaft  Account Info
(Web Page)

Seems good if thats the case.

     2 June 2003, 00:31 GMT

Re: AMS 2.09 Semi-Released
phil kunz  Account Info

I've never had a graph link or any way to update my 89's os and i like the 2.03 that's on it so i was wondering if anyone could possibly get me some screen shots(particularly the icons) of the new 2.09. i like the fact that when i turn it on its right at the home screen where i can enter problems and do general math right away. I wopuld really appriciate it if you could send them to gt3lord@yahoo.com.

     6 November 2003, 08:03 GMT
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