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Is there a hack for Casio fx-82MS 2nd edition?

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#1 Noriel_Sylvire

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Posted 03 June 2019 - 01:25 PM

So I have this Casio fx-82MS, only it's not the old one (the one with the extra bits on the sides of the screen) but one that says "2nd edition" under the "fx-82MS".

 

There are tutorials on the internet that teach you how to unlock new features such as complex calculations, or equations, among others, for the 82MS, only they seem to only work on the old ones, and not these new ones. So, do you know any way to make this work on an fx-82MS 2nd edition? Or any hacks for it?

 

If not, I also have a Joinus JS-82MS-3, which, I know, it's not a casio and doesn't belong here, but if you know any hack or tricks that work for that one, it is also very much appreciated.

 

As long as the hack doesn't require me to buy very expensive hardware, I can open the calculators and do some coding if necessary.

 

Just wanna make them more useful and cool.



#2 user202729

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Posted 05 June 2019 - 01:20 PM

Unfortunately there's none that I know about. It's hard to exploit those machines because they're not open source
and there's no exact (bug-by-bug) emulator.

If someone have some knowledge about hardware, they may break open the calculator and figure out how they works,
look into the disassembled source code and find some exploitable bug. Although obviously that's no easy to do.

#3 Noriel_Sylvire

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Posted 05 June 2019 - 04:55 PM

Unfortunately there's none that I know about. It's hard to exploit those machines because they're not open source
and there's no exact (bug-by-bug) emulator.

If someone have some knowledge about hardware, they may break open the calculator and figure out how they works,
look into the disassembled source code and find some exploitable bug. Although obviously that's no easy to do.

I might try it during this summer, but I don't have any experience, so I don't know if I will be able to find anything.

Thank you anyway user202729







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