What about a TOMTOM ??Sponsored Links
Anyone compiled (4,8,12,16,20 mhz) hex file for the PIC18F2550 with PSGroove 1.1?Sponsored Links
Works like a charm on 40GB with defective bd-laser, so I could test PS3-FTP for now (thx CJPC) - looking forward to the replacement laser to test the backup manager.Sponsored Links
I have attached the PIC all-mhz hexfiles with corrected checksums and the schematic (use 18F4550 pins by the same pin-name not pin-number of course).
BTW crawling a bit in the whole FTP-download have fun to inspect the end of the dev_flash/data/dic/Zi8Dat*.z8d files - uhhh, and don't miss dev_flash/vsh/resource/explore/icon/widget.png (this might be interesting for apple? [Register or Login to view links]).
Check this out. Claims to have iPhone port. I suspect it is not legit though, but I did not try it to confirm.
can someone compile it for a pic18f2553 with 24 mhz? or tell me how i do it myself?
i dont have so much knowledge on these things.
I'll start ASAP to get the psgroove compiled under MPLAB/C18, but meanwhile you can easily modify one hexfile to work on 4,8,16,20,24,40 and 48MHz:
grab the archive here: http://www.ps3news.com/forums/attach...chmentid=21275
and extract 8MHz version only, you can import that into MPLAB and then set in menu-> "Configure" > "Configration Bits" the attached xtal in the first entry (address 300000) dropdown menu.
You can also open the 8 MHz.hex file with a texteditor and change line 886 to look accordingly for:
4MHz --> :0E00000020CE381E008781000FC00FE00F4099
8MHz --> :0E00000021CE381E008781000FC00FE00F4098
12MHz -> :0E00000022CE381E008781000FC00FE00F4097
16MHz -> :0E00000023CE381E008781000FC00FE00F4096
20MHz -> :0E00000024CE381E008781000FC00FE00F4095
24MHz -> :0E00000025CE381E008781000FC00FE00F4094
40MHz -> :0E00000026CE381E008781000FC00FE00F4093
48MHz -> :0E00000027CE381E008781000FC00FE00F4092
then save and burn it.
So what's going on with the PSP/iPhone ports? Haven't heard anything in a few days.
iOS 4.1 came out an MuscleNerd got distracted with that.