Makes sense, ta
IIRC this was done by somebody having naively installed CF over 1.03.06 and finding it worked, thereby gaining Telnet access. No Telnet, no dump to USB.
The issue of no DLNA streaming of HiDef content is a concern. Is it known if this is a bug, to be fixed at some point, or is it intentional, and here to stay? The HDR-FOX method for automatic decryption of programmes might not work for HiDef content. As Foxy works, allowing removal of the 'enc' flag, an auto-unencrypt package should be able to get HiDef content ready for decryption, but it might only be possible to do this by manually doing an 'Opt+' copy with the remote.
Any particular reason? If it does happen then it can probably make use of many of the existing frameworks and packages on the HDR T2 - many might be able to become universal packages and available on both.What it could do with is someone other than af123 to take on the work, once a way in has been cracked.
Indeed, just setting up a virtual disk would do the trick, but as far as I am aware this still requires a manual copy using the remote to decrypt.Well there's the old method of partitioning the hard disc and copying from one partition to another to decrypt. That might work on the 2000T if the streaming method doesn't.
Any particular reason? If it does happen then it can probably make use of many of the existing frameworks and packages on the HDR T2 - many might be able to become universal packages and available on both.
The multiplying test cases worries me, too.