Updated 3rd Jan - enabled zoom in .cfg for Taucher's Beta3 menu hack zoom function.
OK, so this is it.....
Seems to not be bothered about 7zip - I just used Windows "send to compressed folder"
Open E8.cfg in a PC text editor (not anything that will mangle linefeeds etc.!)
At the end of the file, replace xxxxxxxx with the 8-digit serial number of your camera
Save the file (Make sure there is exactly one CRLF at the end of the file)
At a PC command prompt, run
CRC01 E8.cfg (on the edited file)
This will display a line in the form
# CRC01 xxxxxxxx
Add this line to the end of the E8.cfg file, so it now looks like :
# ID xxxxxxxx
# CRC01 yyyyyyyy
where xxxxxxxx is your serial number and yyyyyyyy is the generated CRC
(should be exactly one CRLF after the CRC)
"CRC" is case sensitive - must be upper case. "01" is zero one
Save the file as flashfs\system\appcore.d\config.d\e8.cfg
Create a zip file containing the flashfs folder tree and camera.cmd
Rename the file from .zip to .fif
Install FLIR tools
Go to the install folder\bin
Turn camera on and plug USB in
Browse to your .fif file
Click Run FIF
Unplug USB, remove battery and replace
To remove hack :
Run FLIRInstallNet, choose the "Remove_hack" .fif file
USB RNDIS MODE
Do not mess with if you don't know what you're doing!
You can easily brick your camera with careless console commands
If you don't know why you may want to use RNDIS, YOU DON'T!
RNDIS allows FTP and Telnet access, and access to service mode via web interface
web/ftp/telnet 192.168.0.2 login flir, pw 3vlig
To set USB RNDIS mode temporarily - until next hard restart
Run FLIRInstallNet, run the "Set_RNDIS_Temporary" .fif file
You will get a timeout error as it dumps the USB connection.
.fif Scripts are also included to set RNDIS permanently, and also remove permanent RNDIS
These add/remove the appcore.d\factory.d\zrndis.rsc file
When RNDIS is active, USB Mass sotrage and video mode are NOT available.
Access to files is still possible via FTP or the the Flir T3Mon virtual drive util that comes with the RNDIS device drivers
Note FlirInstallNet WILL work over RNDIS.