A few days ago, courtesy of an anonymous source
, we were pleased to bring users the remaining steps needed to enable QA mode on their consoles. However, at that time, it was still a difficult process and only intended for advanced users. Today, users will no longer have to worry about being technically inclined, in order to enable QA mode. Glevand
, a developer on gitbrew
, brings us an app that simplifies the entire QA process.
The process has been so simplified, that even the most novice of users will be able to enable the mode with ease. It's as simple as running the app and listening for a beep. If users hear the beep after running the app, then the QA process was successful. If users don't hear the beep, then they are being urged to dump their debug messages via udp_printf on Linux and send them to the developer. Once the messages have been received, the developer will examine them and work on a fix. It should also be noted, that the app has only been tested on 3.41 and 3.55 firmwares.
What we have tested on so far
o Run qa_flag.pkg if you hear a beep, it worked. If not dump your debug messages via udp_printf on linux and send to us to fix.
+ go to network settings (Do not enter it) and hit or hold
# L1+L2+L3+R1+R2+down on the d-pad
QA flagging is now done.
This does all the work for you as well. Also has Slynk’s 16 byte console specific code “tokenator” if i recall it’s name.
And a CFW/Other OS PUP (aka CFW/firmware) arrives, which is confirmed to be working with QA Flag, to quote:
Confirmed working with QA Auto Flag. Flash, Run, Reflash to your CFWs (kmeaw, waninkoko etc etc) adding support soon![Download CFW355-OTHEROS++-SPECIAL PUP]