I have a Ti Nspire. I have attempted to use the "wifi support enable" hack on this page (in french so i translated with google)
I have found that when this hack is enabled there is a small icon that flashes at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. I am not 100% certain as to what this actually does but I think it is supposed to enable some sort of wifi cradle compatibility. More specifically, I enabled this hack and then I tried to install Ndless 1.7. Now I turn on my Nspire and it doesn't go to the home screen, instead it displays the icon and then it says LOCKED[ON]. If I press ON it goes to a screen that shows information about the CPU and the running processes. I think the reason it does this is that the file I created for the hack interferes with some component of Ndless, causing it to reboot every time and to do what it does. I believe that if I remove the file I made, it will stop doing this. However, in order to remove the file I have to either access the file through the on-calc file browser or access it through the computer link software. What should I do? What can I do?