additional functionality via binary patching (by ddvk)


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  • Doubts over Remarkable 2
    (1) and (2) are mostly solved with DDVK ( Considering that you're already familiar with Linux, installation would be very easy. You still don't get a keyword search though, as there's no document-wide OCR.
  • How to add tap functionality when the toolbar is hidden?
    this changed the device for me
  • Thoughts on Remarkable 2 for college?
    Get one. retention is better when writing over typing. Check out the hacks people have up on github for it. things like vnc clients and terminals, i just installed last night GitHub - ddvk/remarkable-hacks: additional functionality via binary patching and it was a snap. lets you test it out before installing it too. I highly recommend installing it. I cant go back.
  • Worth the cost? Remarkable 1 vs Remarkable 2
  • Is there a way to hide the close pdf/notebook software button?
    As a fellow lefty, I feel your pain. If you're open to it, ddvk's remarkable-hacks ( solves this problem, and brings a host of other improvements to the reMarkable UI.
  • Best practices, tools, workflows for hacked rm?
    I found this one but it was not on that list. Is this also something that is optional and should be on that list?
  • my home-made ddvk hacks cheat-sheet
    this is now part of the readme on
  • Can Calibre add a TOC link to every PDF page?
    Is not what you are looking for, but remarkable hacks allows you to create bookmarks and access them from the toolbar:
  • Two basic actions I'm missing
    I guess you can write your text in a “virtual” text box and copy the text too an other notebook. Also with the remarkable-hacks installed you can easy switch between notebooks
  • Can't run xochitl anymore. Need some files please !
    remarkable-hacks : as the rm2 doesn't have an Internet connexion anymore (since xochitl is stopped), I followed these instructions from the official Github. One step involves to overwrite /usr/bin/xochitl from /home/rmhacks/. Maybe I couldn't run the xochitl version because of that, because the file has been updated with ? Anyway I stupidly did'nt backed up the original file.
  • 2.6 Update - Release Plan
  • Didn't get my 2.6 update yet, is it normal?
    Mine isn't showing up, either. But I think that's a good thing. I'll wait and see if there are any serious bug reports, especially in combination with the wonderful ddvk 'hacks' (that were updated to work with 2.6, but still need testing). I wouldn't want to lose the added functionality.
  • Speeding up page turns?
  • PSA: DDVK reMarkable hacks updated to 2.6 (Currently in beta)