Although I regularly check here for scene status and update my Kosmos for the latest atmosphere on the SD and use choi for latest firmware etc, I don't think I've ever updated the Hekate payload that I send to get things started. Now that I see it has a fancy UI and support for emummc features I thought I'd look into it. So my questions:
- I inject Hekate 4.6, and am able to do all I want with 8.0.1. I see things like sept loading etc. What exactly have I missed out on, and why do later versions of Hekate claim things like "full support" for 8.0.1 etc, if 4.6 appears to work for everything anyway?
- If I wanted to use the latest Hekate, is it just a matter of injecting the new payload or do I have to change something on my SD (assuming Kosmos wouldn't have done that for me)? I read something on the 4.9.1 changelog: "Warning: Because of the new versioning changes, please delete sept/payload.bin, IF it's older than 4.9.1"
- Academic question: has anyone tried making an equivalent "shim" Hekate that loads the latest code off of the SD card? That way the payload on the host PC/Android wouldn't need much maintenance for new releases as long as the SD card is up to date. Or will someone tell me that this exactly what already happens?