Yesterday, Tangrs had shown us a strange TI-Nspire capture with a 4.1.1.OS.
This was an example of his new code to temporary patch the TI-Nspire OS version string in RAM.
then worked very hard on a similar but more comprehensive code, even dealing with assembly, which has been integrated today in a new tool for your TI-Nspire: vPatch
vPatch lets the user choose which OS version to set!
vPatch not only patches the version string shown on the TI-Nspire about screen but also the one reported to TI-Nspire softwares on the computer!
Stored in the Ndless startup folder, vPatch even restores silently the last version it was given at each boot.
If you've decided to stay with OS 3.1, you can now get rid of the TI-Nspire softwares popups which were constantly reminding you to install SO 3.2 since late july each time you connect your TI-Nspire to the computer. Sources:http://www.omnimaga.org/index.php?topic=14132.msg258971#msg258971http://tiplanet.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10204Download:vPatch