It probably wouldn't hurt to check the included readme.txt file, but it was also discussed in the last few posts HERE which may help as well.
How do I use a different payload?
Obtain a TI-84 Plus/Silver Edition AppVar containing the payload's data and transfer it to your calculator. (It can either be in RAM or you can archive it; it doesn't matter.)
Once on the calculator, specify you want the jailbreak to use that external payload (known as the "stage 1" payload) by going into the 5) Options menu and using [LEFT] and [RIGHT] arrows to select it, then choose "Save." These options are stored in an AppVar called "PS3JBOPT". It would be wise to archive this so you don't have to re-apply the options whenever your RAM resets.
How do I create one of these payload AppVars?
You can use the converter to encapsulate a binary file of payload data in an AppVar variable for tansferring to your calculator. This is a command-line VB.NET 2.0 program; if you don't like it, create your own using the file format specification on ticalc.org.
Yes, thats it! Just send the file to your TI and play with no Bluray inside.
Works great here.
Hermes v2 doesn't really work for me. Games that load perfectly fine with Hermes v1 doesn't work with Hermes v2 on my system. I've managed to compile my own version of PSGroove Ti84 with BD Emu so I can play games with a disc in the drive, but I'd like to have Hermes v1 also. Guess I'll try and compile it myself.