If it's a TI-84 Plus CE, Doors CSE is not yet available because we don't yet have an App signing key. If it's a TI-84 Plus CSE, then something else is wrong. Please read this topic for more information about why there's no Doors CSE for the TI-84 Plus CE yet: http://www.cemetech.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11623
Yeah, I probably should have read the title...
Anyways, DoorsCSE doesn't support the 84+ CE yet, so you'll have to settle for pure BASIC programs. Also, any assembly program that is made for the CSE won't work for the CE. Cemetech has a few programs that will run on the CE though: http://www.cemetech.net/programs/index.php?mode=folder&path=/84pce/
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Yup! And the CSE basic programs may not work for the CE, as some require DCSE. It should be stated about wether they need Doors or not in the description and readme. But other than that, most CSE basic programs should work with the CE!
Has anyone encountered this problem with the TI-84 plus ce? I purchased a replacement for my old one that I planned on using for extra archive storage. I linked them and transferred the new OS to the old calculator. After which both exhibited the same problem. The charging light beside the port that's red while charging, then turns green when fully charged, will no longer go out! Not when I remove the charger or shut off the calculator! The battery is now drained in less than 36 hours, and it cannot go into deep slumber. TI tech support had no clue. Both were working before the OS transfer. The "new" OS is 5.3.1.0058, don't know what the old version was since it's gone.
the program is not compatible with the old laptop, so the battery drains.
This isn't about a laptop issue. This is about a TI-84 Plus CE. The only experience I have in battery issues is repairing specific school Chromebooks, so it doesn't apply everywhere. The batteries TI provides aren't too expensive, at least.
The charging light beside the port that's red while charging, then turns green when fully charged, will no longer go out!
However, my TI-84 Plus CE does, unfortunately, suffer a similar problem. Whenever my calculator is charging, the charging LED is always orange, no matter if it is charged or not.
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