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Old 08-24-2010, 05:24 PM   #6
meem
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Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Earth Planet
Device: Kindle 3 WiFi - Kindle DX (B004)
The Good:
1- You can install it in easy way: just copy extracted files on the root of Kindle storage.
2- Uninstallation is the same ease: just delete "local" folder and "usbnetwork" file from "usbnet" folder.
3- You will have a text editor, web browser. Vertual terminal (Command-line) and more.
4- Unicode filenames support.

The Bad:
1- It still slower than original framework.
2- Can not use [AA] and [SYM] keys, so you can't write symbols like "@, -, +, (, ) ..etc"
3- I run it by executing usbnetwork command from SSH/Telnet, it isn't work with me by above way (by Kindle search commands).
It uses an old version of USBNetwork hack which I don't know which one is it.

Qindle Source code (GPL 3.0) is available on SVN:
PHP Code:
svn checkout http://qindle.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ qindle-read-only 

Last edited by meem; 08-26-2010 at 10:14 AM.
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