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PLEASE HELP - TI-84+ w/ various new payloads (Game updates/ MOH)
PLEASE HELP - TI-84+ w/ various new payloads (Game updates/ MOH) –
So everything used to work for me, even games with controller fixes and online version updates (madden11/ fifa 11)
I use OM 1.17.2 / Gaia RC9
I choose through the payload with my ps pwn v4
BUT NOW for some reason, the jailbreak doesn't emulate the jailbreak through the bd image file of the disk I have inserted. Most games and updates do not work unless i select the game through the cd image file, but now i cant even mount the game right.
Im trying to get Medal of Honor to work, and I was able to install it properly with the v3 W+K payload, but now I cannot even get it to mount the disk with v4 either..
Should I try the new Kakaroto's new PL3 payloads? This is the first time I've ever had a problem..
Last edited by gabeomatic; 10-19-2010 at 03:58 PM.
It appears that I kept setting my device 6 to "off" because I read it somewhere in the forums. What was I thinking? Now, to get Medal of Honor past the frozen sniper screen.
Can I stick with payload 4B for all my games with controller fixes and updates now? I think that may be why I cant get it to work, although some ppl claimed it worked for the with either v3 M+W or the Kakaroto's PL3
I had the same problem using the TI-84. Then I updated to the Hermes V4b payload, and now it works fine running from my external HDD, no additional patches needed. Just jailbreak using Hermes V4b, run MOH from external or internal (i used OM 2.1) and let it update online and install the game.
Originally Posted by gabeomatic
You can get the Hermes V4b payload file from the TI-84 payload collection thread.
Yea I tried 4b w/ 6 on and it ended up working great for me
installed my update from my usb stick
installed game info, and it works great
Now on to fallout lv, too bad it takes up almost 5gigs on the internal. (I have a fat 60gig w/ 250gb external)
Any way I can put the game install on the external as well? Not yet I assume..