Tested the G1 port with Cyanogenmod 5.0.8, worked fine.
The TI-83 Plus Silver Edition is a newer version of the TI-83 Plus calculator, released in 2001. Its enhancements are 1.5 MB of Flash memory, a dual-speed 6/15 MHz processor, 96 KB of additional RAM (but TI has yet to code support for the entire RAM into an OS), an improved link transfer hardware, a translucent silver case, and more applications preinstalled. It also includes a USB link cable in the box."
On TI-83+/SE I retract what I had said, and now believe it impossible. Sorry
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Is there any chance it will work on my ti-83 silver edition?
Guys please check the first post (or even read the other posts in the thread) before replying... a lot of you are reposting the video and compatibility list, both of which are in the first post linked from the Site News article.
I'm wondering about the TI-83 also. I know it doesn't have the standard mini-USB, which seems like the main issue here (or maybe it isnt...?), but I do have a USB adapter for mine which I have succesfully used in the past to transfer between the calculator and my computer...
Could that be used at all? Or is there really no hope for the TI-83+?