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Hey there,

As a math teacher I am looking into ways in which the Casio may be hacked.

Question: Is it possible to place a kind of modified copy of the OS on the calculator to fake the reset or something?
If:
I heard that the TI had a kind of “secret” keyboard combination to reset it to an OS version on the hardware. Kind of. Is there anything like this on the Casio? Or is there any other way to spot/prevent such case?


I’m no expert. So please be kind with me if my question does not make sense to you. Thanks in advance!
  
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