DISCLAIMER: I AM IN NO WAY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING THAT MAY HAPPEN TO YOUR CALCULATOR OR COMPUTER AS A RESULT OF FOLLOWING THIS GUIDE
These instructions are written for use on a computer running Debian (If you don’t have a computer running Debian you can use Virtual Box). Steps with a “~” in front will take a while. If you use a Raspberry Pi, you can skip installing qemu-user-static and binfmt-support, and skip step 5
You will need:
- A TI-Nspire CX running a version of TI-OS supported by Ndless
- A flash drive. The flash drive should ideally be at least 2GB, but 1GB might work.
- A Mini-B OTG USB cable.
- A powered USB hub if you want to plug anything else into the calculator.