The other way would be to hex-edit the string in the ndless_resources.tns file.
If I remember well it's using 2 bytes per character for this string.
But before, why did you install nLoader, and which OS version are you using ?
You can check with
Adding CAS features on a non-CAS TI-Nspire CX ?
I think you can reset your calculator.
r14santos a écrit:Hi,
Hope you can help me with something I haven't understood. I just followed the tutorial to upgrade my Nspire CX and everything is working as it should. However, I'd like to remove the "Ndless installed!" message when I'm not using it, it's just annoying. I've read that if I ran the ndless_resources file the app should be uninstalled/deactivated but when I do it absolutely nothing happens. Is this normal?
And also, is it safe to delete all files that were created/dowload during the installation from the calculator?
I've got a custom Ndless build that doesn't show the "Ndless activated!" sign. Would you like to get it? PM me.
It took 3 hours to one of my friends to recompile the source code (I wasn't able to do that), so I expect only a few people can and would do it themselves.
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Phorphora a écrit:Thank youcritorfor your easy tutorial andparrotgeek1for having built Nloader (even if I don't like the message warning about the modified calculator, because I'm not using it for cheating ).
You're welcome. I had to put that warning in there without a way to disable it because otherwise the cheaters would just disable it... I tried to make it not too annoying.
Phorphora a écrit:It took 3 hours to one of my friends to recompile the source code (I wasn't able to do that), so I expect only a few people can and would do it themselves.
You didn't need to do that, as critor hinted a few posts ago.
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