Most TI-Nspire emulators derive from nspire_emu. Note that these custom versions are not always kept up-to-date with the latest version of nspire_emu.
- Use PolyDumper to dump the boot1.img.tns and boot2.img.tns from your TI-Nspire.
- Open a DOS console
- Follow these instructions
It is not yet compatible with OS v3.x.
Xspire is a port of nspire_emu for the GTK+ GUI library, compatible with Windows and Linux. This port also supports skins. You can download it from the United-TI thread (account required). Note that a more recent version may be available further in the thread. The GDK/GTK+ libraries are required for it to work (Windows users should use the Windows port).
Nspire Memory Editor
The Nspire Memory Editor plugs itself into nspire_emu to offer advanced memory-related features, such as hexadecimal memory edition, string and binary search, memory chunks read and write, and string or instruction-based breakpoints. Download it from the United-TI thread (account required). Note that a more recent version may be available further in the thread.