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  1. xsacha's Avatar
    As of May 26, 2014, Sachesi (originally Dingleberry) is now opensourced.

    I had previously released the Dingleberry sourcecode on my website when I stopped developing it as a rooting application.
    Since the change in direction to a firmware application and the continued development, I have decided to upload it to github.
    See: http://github.com/xsacha/Sachesi

    This will allow people to report bugs, contribute code and examine the source code for learning or bug hunting.

    Thank you
    - Sacha
    05-25-14 11:17 PM
  2. suprmanx7's Avatar
    Wow!


    Posted via CB10
    05-25-14 11:27 PM
  3. mendez777's Avatar
    thanx!

    Posted via CB10
    05-25-14 11:28 PM
  4. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    05-26-14 12:02 AM
  5. xsacha's Avatar
    If anyone wants to discuss something related to the development of Sachesi, I'm always available in #sachesi on freenode.
    05-26-14 12:18 AM
  6. Samuele1996's Avatar
    Yeeaaah! Loving you guy!!! Thanks a lot!!!

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    mnhockeycoach99 likes this.
    05-27-14 12:12 AM
  7. f0xG3's Avatar
    Wow, I didn't even know that Sachesi was Dingleberry O_O
    Baconwich likes this.
    05-27-14 12:47 AM
  8. xsacha's Avatar
    Wow, I didn't even know that Sachesi was Dingleberry O_O
    I've done a lot of work on it since, but yeah. Same code: Dingleberry 3.3.3 Source Code » Qtness Development
    Dingleberry has some extra features like deploying files to the device and running them that I have since removed. However, it also, mistakenly, required developer mode to work.
    05-27-14 12:51 AM
  9. Punzalan Flores Kerouac's Avatar
    will it fix the searching for usb device ? cause no luck for me

    astonishing z10 with awful Battery
    bhrgvr likes this.
    05-27-14 12:58 AM
  10. howards's Avatar
    will it fix the searching for usb device ? cause no luck for me

    astonishing z10 with awful Battery
    I had that same issue until I opened BlackBerry Link first and then Sachesi. No problems since and I no longer had to open Link along with it.

    Z30 / STA 100-3 / 10.2.1.2180
    05-27-14 01:40 AM
  11. Andrey Smirnov's Avatar
    Good news!
    05-27-14 01:44 AM
  12. rajbir01's Avatar
    Now that Sachesi, is open source what does that mean? Sorry I'm not dev smart...

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    05-27-14 02:43 AM
  13. delroyj's Avatar
    Would be nice if we could install leaks via sachesi.

    Posted via CB10
    05-27-14 04:50 AM
  14. xsacha's Avatar
    Now that Sachesi, is open source what does that mean? Sorry I'm not dev smart...

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    Essentially it means that instead of just one of these working on Sachesi:

    We could have 5, 10 or more!

    Also, it means someone may be able to compile Mac builds for me
    yvpan1 and Mecca EL like this.
    05-27-14 08:31 AM
  15. peter0328's Avatar
    What remote desktop app are you using on your PlayBook?

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    05-27-14 09:18 AM
  16. thanhvx's Avatar
    To me this is a great news of the day.
    B-)
    05-27-14 09:53 AM
  17. xsacha's Avatar
    What remote desktop app are you using on your PlayBook?

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    That's an Xperia Z2 with Splashtop.
    peter0328 likes this.
    05-27-14 11:39 AM
  18. 1magine's Avatar
    Excellent!!! Now maybe someone can develop an auto-crawler for this. Automatically ping each known country/ carrier/ device combo searching for new software. Quickest way to know what is being worked on and locate what is now downloadable.
    05-27-14 01:41 PM
  19. xsacha's Avatar
    Excellent!!! Now maybe someone can develop an auto-crawler for this. Automatically ping each known country/ carrier/ device combo searching for new software. Quickest way to know what is being worked on and locate what is now downloadable.
    Well that'll probably take 7 hours to perform unless you have some super router. After that, the results might be outdated and you'll want to scan again.
    Approximately 100 countries * approximately 6 carriers each * approximately 5 important devices * approximately 4 variants each. About 12,000 searches. Each search takes approximately 2 seconds (especially when spammed).
    I already have an autoscanner which scans for known versions on the server. It also allows you to download them directly if they exist. So I don't really see the point in searching every carrier for this.

    I've made a step towards this though. Instead of having to individually search variants, you can now search for 'Any' variant of a device. It actually just does up to 5 or 6 searches though (depending on device), so it doesn't make it faster but just more convenient.
    Mecca EL and 1magine like this.
    05-27-14 07:59 PM
  20. Cranky's Avatar
    Wow, I didn't even know that Sachesi was Dingleberry O_O
    I've had dingleberries, haven't you?

    Posted by a Proud NRA Supporter!
    05-27-14 08:22 PM
  21. xsacha's Avatar
    This is what it looks like now after the changes:
    Advanced:


    Basic:
    petertinh and 00stryder like this.
    05-27-14 09:22 PM
  22. IanWood62's Avatar
    This is what it looks like now after the changes:
    Advanced:
    http://i.imgur.com/olTu4rs.png

    Basic:
    http://i.imgur.com/UHhSHV7.png
    Is there someplace I can get the windows executable version of that update? I'm wanting to upgrade to the lastest 10.2.1, and it's not finding my z10.

    IanWood
    05-27-14 09:44 PM
  23. xsacha's Avatar
    Is there someplace I can get the windows executable version of that update? I'm wanting to upgrade to the lastest 10.2.1, and it's not finding my z10.

    IanWood
    Hopefully someone can build it for me because my Windows VM is dead (frozen at 0% loading) since yesterday. I don't have any other Windows installs .
    gemoelle likes this.
    05-27-14 10:24 PM
  24. Samuele1996's Avatar
    I was wondering if any limitation exists to allow the user to connect via WiFi instead of USB cable. Is there any API-Level limitation?

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    05-28-14 12:15 AM
  25. xsacha's Avatar
    I was wondering if any limitation exists to allow the user to connect via WiFi instead of USB cable. Is there any API-Level limitation?

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    The restriction is in the update code. It checks if USB is attached. There was an exploit to get the update to work over WiFi (RIM originally only checked that a usb was connected to device, not necessarily that the update was being performed from it) but it has been patched in 10.2.1xxx.

    If the update isn't being done over USB, the device will reject it. The API itself allows it and it will even get right through to the update starting. I had to reverse engineer the update blob to see what exactly it wasn't liking about my request. It looks like 'if (USB::isConnected() && USB::ip() == host /*second part is new*/)'
    05-28-14 12:22 PM
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