I still patched the same offset locations. Just my first byte on a few strings were off.
Just finished doing the nag screen mod and BT updates. Backup cam next.
Are you saying that at the specified offset the first bye was different? I wouldn't be surprised if the machine code moved a little in some versions of the DLL.
The rest of you beware. I'm very leery about blindly patching in bytes if the expected source file doesn't match. Realize these are machine instructions and/or addresses. Put in the wrong location it could easily crash your unit.
If you need to break out of the update use the method at the bottom of the ShortFuse method instructions.
In reality, I think some of those patched sections aren't necessary. If you don't see the specified original bytes, I'd recommend just skipping that line of the patch instructions. Then the worst that could happen is that the update won't like your password. At that point you could look for the expected values near the expected location and try again. Maybe then you could post alternate patches to help others.
I think the version of the DLL I used was from the 2015 update (v6.0). I'm not certain if you could just use my patched version if the firmware in PRG0 was different. If someone wants to try that, I'll upload it. Be sure to post your results. This stuff can easily be undone if you keep a backup. Anyone feel adventurous?
NOTE: I have added a new section Alternate Patch Method.at the bottom of the ShortFuse instructions. Use this if your file offsets/data don't match the original instructions. But save the original file, just in case.