Originally Posted by zetareticuli
Alright. So I just bought a refurbished Kindle 2 to start testing all this. One thing that I really want to work on is the addition of a virtual SD card. With a virtual SD card, there would be little need for a real SD port. You just mount the virtual SD card that would read from, say, a web folder. Also, I would like to create a better PDF viewer. Something as close as possible to the PDF viewers that run on personal PCs.
Why would you need a virtual SD card? Kindle mounts on the computer as a FAT32 storage device. Also, the frontend is coded in Java, so it has nothing to do with the kernel.