Calcsy: Support

Calcsy requirements

All computers: You'll need a computer with a USB port, a compatable calculator, and a USB cable to connect the two. Calcsy works with the TI-84+, TI-84+ Silver Edition, and the TI-89 Titanium calculators. I don't believe it will work with a TI-84+ Color calculator, but I can try to make it work if you send me one! Your calculator may have come with a USB cable that can connect your calculator to your computer. If you don't have one, you just need a USB A to mini B cable. This relatively cheap AmazonBasics USB cable will work, but any one will do.

Mac OS X: You will need to use Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard) or higher.

Windows: Sorry, a Windows version is not available yet, but one will be forthcoming. Windows USB drivers are somewhat difficult to work with, and I need to get time to develop a proper installer.

Linux: A Linux version may be made available as time permits. Packaging and testing are the holdups here.

Troubleshooting / FAQ


Calcsy is written in C++, using Qt and libusb. It is partially based upon Benjamin Moody's analysis of the TI calculator USB protocol.

The Calcsy website design was inspired by Hadley Wickham's website.