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'''IOS28''' is the first [[IOS] to be split into multiple modules, each its own [[ELF]] [[ARM Binaries|ARM binary]], rather than all of IOS being part of a single monolithic binary.  
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'''IOS28''' is the first [[IOS]] to be split into multiple modules, each its own [[ELF]] [[ARM Binaries|ARM binary]], rather than all of IOS being part of a single monolithic binary.
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The only game that uses it is Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:58, 29 May 2021

IOS28
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Technical details
Latest Versionv1807
TypeCommon IOS


IOS28 is the first IOS to be split into multiple modules, each its own ELF ARM binary, rather than all of IOS being part of a single monolithic binary.

The only game that uses it is Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.

Version Signing bug? STM Release Exploit? Notes
v1288 ? ? Not available on NUS.
v1292 ? ?
v1293 ? ?
v1550 ? ?
v1806 ? ?
v1807 ? ?
v2063 No No Only found on vWii and newer RVL-101 units.