You don't need to downgrade, use arTIfiCE + Cesium + AsmHook to restore access to native code programs on OS 5.6
Next time, be careful, even weary of upgrading your calculator's OS: newer versions sometimes come with such major anti-features as removing (direct, official, that is ^^) access to native code programs.
Tell your schoolmates and friends to be careful, too
That has always been the case for the TI-Nspire series as well, the TI-eZ80 series to which your 84+CE-TPE belongs recently became managed the same despicable way.
IIRC, Cermastr also allows you to disable the minimum OS requirement, but it also can brick your calculator.
All the above options have this potential. I'd say CERMASTR is by far the safest though. So long as you follow a tutorial there's nothing serious that could go wrong.
Edit: however, CERMASTR may not work on the latest OS. You can try it anyways but depending how new your calculator is, it may not work.
Again, as everyone else previously stated, use arTIfiCE to restore asm and c functionality, and there are multiple ways of downgrading. If you want a video tutorial, both TheLastMillennial and commandblockguy made excellent videos on the topic.
Yeah that's perfectly fine. Picture's from google, I found it a long time ago and have been using it ever since. And my signature is from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. If you haven't seen that movie I'd definitely suggest it.
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