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#11
Quote:Is this BIN file will work an all the Storio ?

No. The only bin file that will work for all systems are cartridges only, as they are encrypted with a COMMON KEY, that is why cartridges work on all systems.
Downloads are encrypted with a PER CONSOLE key, so they are locked to that unit.

The only way to do it without a USB adapter is to write a shell script that will execute the commands, pretty much like I use for the firmware hack.

Mick
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#12
(10-22-2015, 04:12 AM)is0-mick Wrote:
Quote:Is this BIN file will work an all the Storio ?

No.  The only bin file that will work for all systems are cartridges only, as they are encrypted with a COMMON KEY, that is why cartridges work on all systems.
Downloads are encrypted with a PER CONSOLE key, so they are locked to that unit.

The only way to do it without a USB adapter is to write a shell script that will execute the commands, pretty much like I use for the firmware hack.

Mick

Could you please gave me the commands ? Friend of mine will be capable to to it I think.

An another question I have a cartridge games but not in the BIN format as usual but in a folder with SH files and folder, is there a way to create an usual BIN files with IT ?
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#13
I already gave you the command above in the other post. lmaid (LMAID) in lower case not imaid.

Quote:An another question I have a cartridge games but not in the BIN format as usual but in a folder with SH files and folder, is there a way to create an usual BIN files with IT ?

No. It was most likely a cartridge download, not a physical cartridge, that is probably why it's been extracted.
You can also extract physical cartridges with the lmaid command in exactly the same way.

Mick
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#14
(10-22-2015, 04:49 PM)is0-mick Wrote: I already gave you the command above in the other post. lmaid (LMAID) in lower case not imaid.


Quote:An another question I have a cartridge games but not in the BIN format as usual but in a folder with SH files and folder, is there a way to create an usual BIN files with IT ?

No. It was most likely a cartridge download, not a physical cartridge, that is probably why it's been extracted.
You can also extract physical cartridges with the lmaid command in exactly the same way.

Mick

Hello Mick,

here is the commands I will use in my shell script :

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#!/bin/sh


mkdir /vp_mnt/game
mkdir /vp_mnt/sdcard/decrypted

lmaid /sdcard/jeux.ita /dev/loop7 /vp_mnt/game
cp -aR /vp_mnt/Game/ /vp_mnt/sdcard/decrypted
*****************************************

is it correct ?

How can I create the script file ?
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#15
I think that looks correct, but as I said it's been a couple of years since I last looked at this stuff.

Just create a text file with the above in (don't use notepad as it won't work) use a decent text editor, and it needs to be saved in linux format. (not CR/LF endings).

Create a folder on the sd card of LLN/Games/backup and place the file in there, with the file the name of _Run
Create an entry in the innotab database pointing to this FOLDER (it will find the _Run automatically), give it a name, icon etc.
Click the created icon in the innotab's game menu.

It should then do whatever commands are in the script.

For debug purposes you can add this to your script (it will print stuff on the screen so you can see if its running
Code:
killall -9 appswitch
killall -9 desktopManager
killall -9 flashplayer
mkfifo /testfifo
lcdterm -daemon /testfifo
echo "Running Our script.." >/testfifo
#now do whatever (such as your copy)
echo "Copy completed" >/testfifo

or another way is to download any innotab firmware patcher.. and just modify the my_run file in the root of the sd card to suit your needs.

Mick
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#16
(10-23-2015, 03:57 AM)is0-mick Wrote: I think that looks correct,  but as I said it's been a couple of years since I last looked at this stuff.

Just create a text file with the above in (don't use notepad as it won't work) use a decent text editor, and it needs to be saved in linux format. (not CR/LF endings).

Create a folder on the sd card of LLN/Games/backup and place the file in there, with the file the name of _Run
Create an entry in the innotab database pointing to this FOLDER (it will find the _Run automatically), give it a name, icon etc.
Click the created icon in the innotab's game menu.

It should then do whatever commands are in the script.

For debug purposes you can add this to your script (it will print stuff on the screen so you can see if its running

Code:
killall -9 appswitch
killall -9 desktopManager
killall -9 flashplayer
mkfifo /testfifo
lcdterm -daemon /testfifo
echo "Running Our script.." >/testfifo
#now do whatever (such as your copy)
echo "Copy completed" >/testfifo

or another way is to download any innotab firmware patcher.. and just modify the my_run file in the root of the sd card to suit your needs.

Mick

Here is the script :
______________________________________
#!/bin/sh

echo "this is mytest.sh"
sleep 10
echo "slept"

killall -9 appswitch
killall -9 desktopManager
killall -9 flashplayer

mount >/tmp/mounts

mkfifo /testfifo
lcdterm -daemon /testfifo 
#ps -A >/vp_mnt/sd/ps.txt

echo "Copy my games..." >/testfifo
echo "" >/testfifo
sleep 2
mkdir /vp_mnt/game >/testfifo
mkdir /vp_mnt/sdcard/decrypted >/testfifo
lmaid /sdcard/jeux.ita /dev/loop7 /vp_mnt/game >/testfifo
cp -aR /vp_mnt/Game/ /vp_mnt/sdcard/decrypted >/testfifo
echo "Copy completed" >/testfifo
____________________________________________________

and here is the result on the Storio screen :
[Image: 2015-10-23%2014.44.28%20%5B1024x768%5D.jpg]
[Image: 2015-10-23%2014.44.28%20%5B1024x768%5D.jpg]
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#17
/sdcard/jeux.ita
Is this a valid ITA file that was downloaded and plays on THIS innotab?
If its not, then it wont decrypt.

Your script file looks correct.

Mick
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#18
(10-23-2015, 10:06 AM)is0-mick Wrote: /sdcard/jeux.ita
Is this a valid ITA file that was downloaded and plays on THIS innotab?
If its not, then it wont decrypt.

Your script file looks correct.

Mick

I created the ita like this :
copy /b "Title_58_126805_000_298_V001.bin"+"58-126805-000-298_body_fd760e1ed16939166222d6e92b0fb727.bin" jeux.ita


I don't have tested the ita on the Innotab, but I do the same  thing with an output file jeux.BIN and not ITA and the bin file is plauing well on the Storio.
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#19
Alors t'en es ou dans tes recherche ourson net?
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#20
(10-23-2015, 10:06 AM)is0-mick Wrote: /sdcard/jeux.ita
Is this a valid ITA file that was downloaded and plays on THIS innotab?
If its not, then it wont decrypt.

Your script file looks correct.

Mick

Good morning Mick,

I have created game.bin and game.ita usine the CP command.
The bin and ita file are Playing well on m'y Storio.
I've made 2 script, on pointing on the bin ans the other on the ita and sale problem (link photo un the prévois post).
I noticed also that the script is not running with the My_run but with _Run.
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