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[ROM] [44433.001 - 2015-11-15] Eureka-ROM - Based on OTA 44433

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What is it?

With over 4000 users, Eureka-ROM (formerly PwnedCast) is the de facto third-party Chromecast ROM. Maintained by Team Eureka, this ROM adds features such as SSH and Telnet access, DNS customization, and a web-based configuration panel to the stock Chromecast OS, while maintaining the stock OS's simplicity and ease-of-use.

What does it do?

Along with all the features of the stock OS, Eureka-ROM allows you to
  • Use SSH, ADB, or Telnet to access a root shell
  • Specify alternate DNS servers to overcome certain region-based restrictions
  • Use custom application whitelists to bypass Google's application registration requirements
  • Configure the device using a web-based control panel
    • View device status and network information
    • Enable or disable Team Eureka's OTA updates
    • Select which whitelist provider you want to use (Google, Team Eureka, or custom)
    • Enable or disable remote services
    • Set custom DNS servers
    • Reboot and reset your device

Eureka-ROM also includes several internal changes:
  • Google's OTA updates are disabled, so your Chromecast won't patch itself.
  • Instead, OTA's are delivered by a custom Team Eureka update engine (more information).
  • A custom "Team Eureka" boot animation is installed so you can easily determine that your device is running Eureka-ROM.
  • The stock recovery image is replaced with FlashCast to further prevent any attempts by Google to patch your device.
  • The idle screen URL restriction is removed.
  • A custom kernel image is installed to enable the following features:
    • Interactive root UART console
    • In-OS USB device support
    • CIFS/Samba share support

How do I use it?

Installation

  1. Setup and Install FlashCast v1.2 on a USB drive. This step requires booting your Chromecast once in order to initialize FlashCast. Make sure to follow all the installation instructions given in the FlashCast thread.
  2. Rename the downloaded Eureka-ROM zip file to eureka_image.zip and place it in the root folder of the FlashCast USB drive.
  3. Plug the FlashCast USB drive into the Chromecast, hold down the button, and connect power to boot the device. If you attempt to use an earlier version of FlashCast, such as v1.0, the installation will fail.
  4. Flashing will take about 9 minutes, so be patient! As long as the Chromecast's LED is blinking white, flashing is in progress.
  5. When done flashing, the device will reboot.
  6. Enjoy!

Usage

The custom features of Eureka-ROM are configured through the web-based control panel. To access the panel, use a web browser on your computer or phone to connect to the device's IP address. You can determine the IP address using the Chromecast setup application.

Who made it?

The majority of the ROM consists of the stock OS image provided by Google. ROM-specific features were written by members of Team Eureka. We'd like to also thank the GTVHacker team for their initial exploitation and documentation of the Chromecast and the following individuals for their various contributions:
  • death2all110
  • ften
  • tvall
  • Anyone else we missed!

Where do I get it?

Releases
44433.001 [2015-11-15] (latest version):
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/final/44433.001.zip
SHA256: a905a61d78b700aebe03d155cdf1ca7ca69a91b73685006fde6d8f088bedbfef
MD5: 280223014b97b1090c9ef98698a2bc7d

Updated base firmware to 44433
All new binaries using the new toolchain
Default to Google Whitelist (on reset/fresh install)
Add Userscript support! (runs /data/user_boot_script.sh on startup)
Fixup a bug in the whitelist sync script
Minor changes to WebUI panel backend code (fix some things)

27946.002 [2015-04-06]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/27946.002.zip
SHA256: deb031c8fa7ec9790077e0dadc7a986dff70f0822d3031f1b6573d112987d0d7
MD5: 9e627a8788b28156b41e9401e938663d

Fix a bug that broke the OTA service

27946.001 [2015-04-05]:
Download link removed due to a critical bug. Please use a later release instead.
SHA256: aa75c65801d214632e0448026085b23b46011e2ffc6e53ea04ceb064b9cbee07
MD5: 2e6e17a14484a8d5f182ae400865ca33

Updated base firmware to 27946

26653.001 [2015-02-21]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/26653.001.zip
SHA256: c53db4f08140129aef70afab83383bc9db95d09d4e8b3f8df66bb6c305e4cab6
MD5: 5d7f25f72e269d8d52e8fc64b2e5e255

Updated base firmware to 26653
Fixed the Force Update Feature (Thanks @fkrone!)
Upgraded to SuperSpeed™ V2.0

22062.001 [2014-12-07]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/22062.001.zip
SHA256: 3d2def8229ddc2fdd103df500a49156b6d47e4b066fcc45de97c059b2b38f9f1
MD5: 90c79ff4bc2f7af16e63543f8886194f

Updated base firmware to 22062
Improved the SuperSpeed™ technology
Updated Busybox to version 1.21.1
Updated webpanel (check repo for changes)

19084.001 [2014-09-12]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/19084.001.zip
SHA256: 9a8df71a608abef4433769798df7365da07784ecf64bd90257acef04e78fd475
MD5: 2414b9f0fb603ec809cad2b6fec6909f

Updated base firmware to 19084
Added SuperSpeed™ magic to the flash process!

17977.001 [2014-08-05]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/17977.001.zip
SHA256: 5b350cb1161e7b8f5fcba19b03a1a71a38897372fa635d7c050921e97b850636
MD5: 1a3a1f03cbcd6dff9453d0ae35af4e12

Updated base firmware to 17977
Updated Recovery Image to Flashcast V1.3

17250.003 [2014-06-22]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/17250.003.zip
SHA256: 4cc774c725a061050e1dd9023ef1a5cc26ef48360104e2ba17562de41030fccf
MD5: 1c7c4c5d6ecb82d6ffe37af4a54ab26d

Fixed a critical bug that caused the OTA system to not function

17250.002 [2014-06-22]:
Download link removed due to a critical bug. Please use a later release instead.
SHA256: 1259cba5fce9b6e2e173f08e71be5603f7cff9cb2b2f344fcdbacc70219a5bb8
MD5: b4478f4606cd8e0d3276531e7484e41e

Updated base firmware to 17250
Added the ability to change the device hostname from the Web Panel
Added the ability to force an update check from the Web Panel
Enhanced the OTA system to make sure updates are applied when downloaded
Added Donator list to the Web Panel

16664.004 [2014-05-04]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/16664.004.zip
SHA256: be9009eddb2089b902d7f429b4e3fe29dd76acb176f207d90be8670c7b3f0a30
MD5: 2af4b1ac869473c92095b3aa940ecea1

Added support for Team-Eureka's v2 API whitelist. (Enables support for Android KitKat Screen Casting)
Added support for a device to be a "developer" device when the Google whitelist is selected.

16664.003 [2014-04-09]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/16664.003.zip
SHA256: e4567d1ed9a38cd5bdd338d63ee633541d5e1d25dd5e80bfc11df0a3f93f7d40
MD5: f354c80a7ba994a1adef98a8bdf1a29b

Fixed a critical bug with SSL libraries that caused DRM content (Netflix/HBO-GO) to not play, or crash the device.

16664.002 [2014-04-08]:
Download link removed due to a critical bug. Please use a later release instead.
SHA256: f0ec41755140587eb5cdff9237db66053f59ebce6668d58b9a4d64ed1e197f18
MD5: ed98c926ece1b030873c5b64a801e475

Fixed a permissions issue which caused an HTTP 500 error to be shown instead of the web panel.

16664.001 [2014-04-08]:
Download link removed due to a critical bug. Please use a later release instead.
SHA256: e0dfa8eee51b50d87cfbb3d8a748dcd511f33d5186013a20e408cc111527e513
MD5: 92a5468efa49a6e45e11fc4ff442e075

First release using the new versioning scheme of basever.release. Also includes a number of internal changes:
  • An updated base image (build 16664)
  • A custom kernel build, which enables early-boot initramfs modifications to be made
  • An updated recovery partition based on FlashCast v1.2
  • A migration of SSH keys out of the /system partition so that it can be pre-packed in the future to significantly decrease flash times

v2.0 [2014-02-14]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/15250.001.zip
SHA256: 4b50ad1de4b75e8a509df3289687fec3fd2dab1dec3d4b8648dbcfa4e0c4ddb4
MD5: ddbc4a5a6079dcd44422b0b5e88157cd

Updated the base image to build 15250

v1.1 [2013-12-21]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/14975.002.zip
SHA256: a653139b6efa453dafc1b848c5498e556db36739e44f88a784df874861d1b1f4
MD5: 32426753e7101c717ec9a3f245a31eb6

Fixed a bug that caused config changes to be ignored

v1.0 [2013-12-20]:
http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/14975.001.zip
SHA256: 2953f5bf3237e04670382547d958940f6c6362503b6ac1de4f45a2610db96d3d
MD5: 5d30d112b21d6de2f715067f3ef6dcb4

Initial release of Eureka-ROM, formerly PwnedCast

Source

Eureka-Panel: https://github.com/team-eureka/Eureka-Panel
Eureka-ROM: https://github.com/team-eureka/Eureka-ROM
Whitelist-CGI: https://github.com/team-eureka/Whitelist-CGI
ChromeCast-OTA: https://github.com/team-eureka/ChromeCast-OTA
EurekaSettings: https://github.com/team-eureka/EurekaSettings
 
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Kyonz

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Jun 7, 2010
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Auckland, New Zealand
Soo happy to have this out the door, hope everyone likes the work here - we've been working pretty hard on it over the last few weeks (sorry for the delays in getting this out to you all!)

If anyone has any bugs to report please PM myself or ddggttff3

Just so everyone knows there is a LOT of changes under the hood for this. It implements the EurekaSettings newly defined standards where configuration settings are held within ini files for user/system data and so settings in Eureka panel will be held in future OTA updates! (my favourite setting).

Whitelisting now is hosted locally on the device and syncs the whitelist from Team Eureka servers so if our servers go offline your device doesn't (and of course you have the option to change this to use Google's whitelist servers, the local file (non syncing) or another web based whitelist of your choice (if anyone ever wants to set one up).

I really hope you all love this as much as we love bringing it to you.
 
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BurnOmatic

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Sep 26, 2009
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nice cant wait to try this thanks for all the hard work :D

edit..

flash went great and love the Configuration panel simply awesome guys.
 
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abuttino

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Congrats on the release. I'm sure many think of this as a great CHRISTMAS gift ;)

Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
 

Anakha56

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Holy fudge Batman! I saw the thread, went to my Chromecast and boom updated without my knowing! :D Thanks for the awesome update :).

One question, how do I set my own DNS? I see there is a option to enable or disable, if I disable and reboot the device will I get the option to set it manually?
 

Kyonz

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Jun 7, 2010
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Auckland, New Zealand
Holy fudge Batman! I saw the thread, went to my Chromecast and boom updated without my knowing! :D Thanks for the awesome update :).

One question, how do I set my own DNS? I see there is a option to enable or disable, if I disable and reboot the device will I get the option to set it manually?

Click Disable on "Use DHCP" under DNS, then set DNS Provider to Other (please specify) and upon hitting apply you'll see a place to put your custom DNS in.

If you have any issues let me know :) we have plans to AJAX it and make it nicer but it should be working properly for you. Also no reboot is required for changing DNS provider (although entries cached may not be cleared until a reset of course).
 
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kingfiras

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I am using your other ROM .. Just checked and still on build 13300 .. Will we eventually get the update ota or do I need to download this and flash per instructions in op. Thanks for the great work :)

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Kyonz

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Jun 7, 2010
191
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I am using your other ROM .. Just checked and still on build 13300 .. Will we eventually get the update ota or do I need to download this and flash per instructions in op. Thanks for the great work :)

Thanks for your kind words.

If you reboot your chromecast it should download approx after 5min of booting (if you are running a pwndcast rom with OTA enabled) or you can reflash it using the download without any issues. Either way is fine - just if you flash ensure you are running the latest version of FlashCast as listed in the OP as it is required to flash this rom. :)
 
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Anakha56

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Well it applied everything without a problem. Just wish the Netflix app ran locally on Chromecast that way I would not have to set my router to use Unlocator's DNS but small steps :).

My temp is also reading 51'C :p but I did make it drop 2'C by using the extender cable and having it rest against the wall which has a cooler ambient temp.
 

kingfiras

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Thanks for your kind words.

If you reboot your chromecast it should download approx after 5min of booting (if you are running a pwndcast rom with OTA enabled) or you can reflash it using the download without any issues. Either way is fine - just if you flash ensure you are running the latest version of FlashCast as listed in the OP as it is required to flash this rom. :)

Man .. You guys rock .. As you described it .. After I rebooted it updated .. Worked like a charm .. High five! :)

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bhiga

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I'm not sure what is considered a safe operating temperature but my main development CC runs at 58 C most of the time so I wouldn't be too worried.
I couldn't find any documentation on the Marvell Armada 1500-mini (88DE3005) SoC that stated operating temperatures, but I did find this Engadget article mentioning a laundry list of video formats the chip can decode (of course that doesn't mean Google has enabled them all).

Temperature-wise I wouldn't be concerned unless it gets into the 70s...
 
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    What is it?

    With over 4000 users, Eureka-ROM (formerly PwnedCast) is the de facto third-party Chromecast ROM. Maintained by Team Eureka, this ROM adds features such as SSH and Telnet access, DNS customization, and a web-based configuration panel to the stock Chromecast OS, while maintaining the stock OS's simplicity and ease-of-use.

    What does it do?

    Along with all the features of the stock OS, Eureka-ROM allows you to
    • Use SSH, ADB, or Telnet to access a root shell
    • Specify alternate DNS servers to overcome certain region-based restrictions
    • Use custom application whitelists to bypass Google's application registration requirements
    • Configure the device using a web-based control panel
      • View device status and network information
      • Enable or disable Team Eureka's OTA updates
      • Select which whitelist provider you want to use (Google, Team Eureka, or custom)
      • Enable or disable remote services
      • Set custom DNS servers
      • Reboot and reset your device

    Eureka-ROM also includes several internal changes:
    • Google's OTA updates are disabled, so your Chromecast won't patch itself.
    • Instead, OTA's are delivered by a custom Team Eureka update engine (more information).
    • A custom "Team Eureka" boot animation is installed so you can easily determine that your device is running Eureka-ROM.
    • The stock recovery image is replaced with FlashCast to further prevent any attempts by Google to patch your device.
    • The idle screen URL restriction is removed.
    • A custom kernel image is installed to enable the following features:
      • Interactive root UART console
      • In-OS USB device support
      • CIFS/Samba share support

    How do I use it?

    Installation

    1. Setup and Install FlashCast v1.2 on a USB drive. This step requires booting your Chromecast once in order to initialize FlashCast. Make sure to follow all the installation instructions given in the FlashCast thread.
    2. Rename the downloaded Eureka-ROM zip file to eureka_image.zip and place it in the root folder of the FlashCast USB drive.
    3. Plug the FlashCast USB drive into the Chromecast, hold down the button, and connect power to boot the device. If you attempt to use an earlier version of FlashCast, such as v1.0, the installation will fail.
    4. Flashing will take about 9 minutes, so be patient! As long as the Chromecast's LED is blinking white, flashing is in progress.
    5. When done flashing, the device will reboot.
    6. Enjoy!

    Usage

    The custom features of Eureka-ROM are configured through the web-based control panel. To access the panel, use a web browser on your computer or phone to connect to the device's IP address. You can determine the IP address using the Chromecast setup application.

    Who made it?

    The majority of the ROM consists of the stock OS image provided by Google. ROM-specific features were written by members of Team Eureka. We'd like to also thank the GTVHacker team for their initial exploitation and documentation of the Chromecast and the following individuals for their various contributions:
    • death2all110
    • ften
    • tvall
    • Anyone else we missed!

    Where do I get it?

    Releases
    44433.001 [2015-11-15] (latest version):
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/final/44433.001.zip
    SHA256: a905a61d78b700aebe03d155cdf1ca7ca69a91b73685006fde6d8f088bedbfef
    MD5: 280223014b97b1090c9ef98698a2bc7d

    Updated base firmware to 44433
    All new binaries using the new toolchain
    Default to Google Whitelist (on reset/fresh install)
    Add Userscript support! (runs /data/user_boot_script.sh on startup)
    Fixup a bug in the whitelist sync script
    Minor changes to WebUI panel backend code (fix some things)

    27946.002 [2015-04-06]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/27946.002.zip
    SHA256: deb031c8fa7ec9790077e0dadc7a986dff70f0822d3031f1b6573d112987d0d7
    MD5: 9e627a8788b28156b41e9401e938663d

    Fix a bug that broke the OTA service

    27946.001 [2015-04-05]:
    Download link removed due to a critical bug. Please use a later release instead.
    SHA256: aa75c65801d214632e0448026085b23b46011e2ffc6e53ea04ceb064b9cbee07
    MD5: 2e6e17a14484a8d5f182ae400865ca33

    Updated base firmware to 27946

    26653.001 [2015-02-21]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/26653.001.zip
    SHA256: c53db4f08140129aef70afab83383bc9db95d09d4e8b3f8df66bb6c305e4cab6
    MD5: 5d7f25f72e269d8d52e8fc64b2e5e255

    Updated base firmware to 26653
    Fixed the Force Update Feature (Thanks @fkrone!)
    Upgraded to SuperSpeed™ V2.0

    22062.001 [2014-12-07]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/22062.001.zip
    SHA256: 3d2def8229ddc2fdd103df500a49156b6d47e4b066fcc45de97c059b2b38f9f1
    MD5: 90c79ff4bc2f7af16e63543f8886194f

    Updated base firmware to 22062
    Improved the SuperSpeed™ technology
    Updated Busybox to version 1.21.1
    Updated webpanel (check repo for changes)

    19084.001 [2014-09-12]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/19084.001.zip
    SHA256: 9a8df71a608abef4433769798df7365da07784ecf64bd90257acef04e78fd475
    MD5: 2414b9f0fb603ec809cad2b6fec6909f

    Updated base firmware to 19084
    Added SuperSpeed™ magic to the flash process!

    17977.001 [2014-08-05]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/17977.001.zip
    SHA256: 5b350cb1161e7b8f5fcba19b03a1a71a38897372fa635d7c050921e97b850636
    MD5: 1a3a1f03cbcd6dff9453d0ae35af4e12

    Updated base firmware to 17977
    Updated Recovery Image to Flashcast V1.3

    17250.003 [2014-06-22]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/17250.003.zip
    SHA256: 4cc774c725a061050e1dd9023ef1a5cc26ef48360104e2ba17562de41030fccf
    MD5: 1c7c4c5d6ecb82d6ffe37af4a54ab26d

    Fixed a critical bug that caused the OTA system to not function

    17250.002 [2014-06-22]:
    Download link removed due to a critical bug. Please use a later release instead.
    SHA256: 1259cba5fce9b6e2e173f08e71be5603f7cff9cb2b2f344fcdbacc70219a5bb8
    MD5: b4478f4606cd8e0d3276531e7484e41e

    Updated base firmware to 17250
    Added the ability to change the device hostname from the Web Panel
    Added the ability to force an update check from the Web Panel
    Enhanced the OTA system to make sure updates are applied when downloaded
    Added Donator list to the Web Panel

    16664.004 [2014-05-04]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/16664.004.zip
    SHA256: be9009eddb2089b902d7f429b4e3fe29dd76acb176f207d90be8670c7b3f0a30
    MD5: 2af4b1ac869473c92095b3aa940ecea1

    Added support for Team-Eureka's v2 API whitelist. (Enables support for Android KitKat Screen Casting)
    Added support for a device to be a "developer" device when the Google whitelist is selected.

    16664.003 [2014-04-09]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/16664.003.zip
    SHA256: e4567d1ed9a38cd5bdd338d63ee633541d5e1d25dd5e80bfc11df0a3f93f7d40
    MD5: f354c80a7ba994a1adef98a8bdf1a29b

    Fixed a critical bug with SSL libraries that caused DRM content (Netflix/HBO-GO) to not play, or crash the device.

    16664.002 [2014-04-08]:
    Download link removed due to a critical bug. Please use a later release instead.
    SHA256: f0ec41755140587eb5cdff9237db66053f59ebce6668d58b9a4d64ed1e197f18
    MD5: ed98c926ece1b030873c5b64a801e475

    Fixed a permissions issue which caused an HTTP 500 error to be shown instead of the web panel.

    16664.001 [2014-04-08]:
    Download link removed due to a critical bug. Please use a later release instead.
    SHA256: e0dfa8eee51b50d87cfbb3d8a748dcd511f33d5186013a20e408cc111527e513
    MD5: 92a5468efa49a6e45e11fc4ff442e075

    First release using the new versioning scheme of basever.release. Also includes a number of internal changes:
    • An updated base image (build 16664)
    • A custom kernel build, which enables early-boot initramfs modifications to be made
    • An updated recovery partition based on FlashCast v1.2
    • A migration of SSH keys out of the /system partition so that it can be pre-packed in the future to significantly decrease flash times

    v2.0 [2014-02-14]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/15250.001.zip
    SHA256: 4b50ad1de4b75e8a509df3289687fec3fd2dab1dec3d4b8648dbcfa4e0c4ddb4
    MD5: ddbc4a5a6079dcd44422b0b5e88157cd

    Updated the base image to build 15250

    v1.1 [2013-12-21]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/14975.002.zip
    SHA256: a653139b6efa453dafc1b848c5498e556db36739e44f88a784df874861d1b1f4
    MD5: 32426753e7101c717ec9a3f245a31eb6

    Fixed a bug that caused config changes to be ignored

    v1.0 [2013-12-20]:
    http://pdl.team-eureka.com/ota/14975.001.zip
    SHA256: 2953f5bf3237e04670382547d958940f6c6362503b6ac1de4f45a2610db96d3d
    MD5: 5d30d112b21d6de2f715067f3ef6dcb4

    Initial release of Eureka-ROM, formerly PwnedCast

    Source

    Eureka-Panel: https://github.com/team-eureka/Eureka-Panel
    Eureka-ROM: https://github.com/team-eureka/Eureka-ROM
    Whitelist-CGI: https://github.com/team-eureka/Whitelist-CGI
    ChromeCast-OTA: https://github.com/team-eureka/ChromeCast-OTA
    EurekaSettings: https://github.com/team-eureka/EurekaSettings
    50
    Soo happy to have this out the door, hope everyone likes the work here - we've been working pretty hard on it over the last few weeks (sorry for the delays in getting this out to you all!)

    If anyone has any bugs to report please PM myself or ddggttff3

    Just so everyone knows there is a LOT of changes under the hood for this. It implements the EurekaSettings newly defined standards where configuration settings are held within ini files for user/system data and so settings in Eureka panel will be held in future OTA updates! (my favourite setting).

    Whitelisting now is hosted locally on the device and syncs the whitelist from Team Eureka servers so if our servers go offline your device doesn't (and of course you have the option to change this to use Google's whitelist servers, the local file (non syncing) or another web based whitelist of your choice (if anyone ever wants to set one up).

    I really hope you all love this as much as we love bringing it to you.
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    New OTA (44433.001) is now live and will start rolling out shortly! :)

    As for the side project of mine, that is still a few weeks out, but expect that to be my final gift to the Chromecast community once it's complete (it will be in a new thread). With that said, as of now expect no more Eureka-ROM updates, and it's been a pleasure to be a part of this community. :cowboy:
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    Just pushed out the first 15250 based OTA. It should hit everyones chromecast within the next 5 days. Sadly, this OTA does not include the new web panel, or the ability to set an ssh password. We are working on finishing those features up, and hope to have an OTA out within a month to add them. Due to so many new apps relying on this OTA, we decided to push one now that has all of the same features as the 14975 build.

    We are sorry for making users wait so long for a 15250 based ROM, and we hope you understand.
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    Hello,

    Thread cleaned. I hope everyone has had a chance to cool off.

    There was a massive amount of arguing, bickering, profanity and other assorted offensive language. There was also a good deal of entitlement and ETAish type postings.
    With the kind of attitudes I've seen on this thread recently, I'm surprised anyone comes to this site to make anything for us. Honestly, if you feel you can make a better rom or mod, then please do.
    People do this kind of stuff in their spare time for free and their lives do not revolve around giving us the latest and greatest goodies. Please be happy with what you get and if you're not, either make your own rom or go elsewhere.
    A lot of people forget none of these enhancements to our devices have to be made but some of you feel things are owed to you for some reason. No one owes you anything.

    If there's an issue with the rom, please let the developers know in a more respectful and polite manner. Bullying people to get things done does not accomplish anything except to make people work slower or give up on the project altogether. If there are bugs or fixes that need to be made, you have no choice but to be patient and to wait for them to be worked out. If you can't wait then, as I said, you can go elsewhere. Please don't use this or any other thread to vent your anger and frustration.
    It's not fair that a few people have to ruin the experience for the rest the users on this thread.
    Please try and be civil and respectful to one another.

    Regards...