Seems kinda like they invented Electron, but in 2009
this is getting worse all the time.
So it turns out the software doesn't have a list of remote types and such... instead it requests it from the server at search time.
on the other hand, this thing is THIS CLOSE to being a paperweight.
I sure hope this thing has proper security precautions or if anyone could man-in-the-middle it, you're forced to use an incredibly old browser.
it's just stored on logitech dot egg
Nevermind, something on my network is SOAPing about.
which add up to 16.6mb, so either it doesn't actually use them all, or it can't count.
well, they're a sort of... almost-RPM. They've built some kind of RPM-alike using zip files.
and it mentions /usr/lib/ldqnx.so.2
So this fucker runs QNX!
The client downloaded these files:
They're not consecutive... do other files exist on the server?
But if you want these images, just append them to this url:
can I just hook up to those and get a serial terminal?
yeah, this thing also runs a webserver.
on the remote.
I wonder if that means I can network into it over USB?
Is it some proprietary nonsense?
A serial port?
maybe it's mass storage, and it just copies config files over?
I can just dump the packets it sends!
It's sending a JAR file over, possibly encapsulated in another binary stream
but it's just going to a random port (3074) instead of hitting the HTTP endpoint.
it might just have telnet open
which is a problem, because if it won't boot, it won't init USB... so I can't do anything with it. whoops.
I've also confirmed that you can't just point the flashplayer at Super Mario Twins, it won't work.
So I found another SWF that autostarts, so here you go!
/bin/sh /usr/local/bin/flash.sh -f flashlite-565 .so -A2 /usr/local/app/main.swf
if you do, don't do what I did, and remove the LCD to see if there's a flash chip on the back.
I haven't gotten the touch screen to work since I did that.