Originally Posted by wesleyer
AFAIK, with Duokan you loose all connectivity to Amazon. So, yes, Amazon should not be able to install anything while Duokan is running.
But if you run the original firmware (Duokan does not override the original), then they should be able to upgrade it (not sure if this will harm the Duokan installlation though).
Their shell scripts still exist, if you boot the system and watch telnet you can see them all executing.. they like to mount the rootfs as RW alot for no reason whatsoever in their scripts.. Even when you boot into kindle OS it still executes all of their scripts. Anyhow, I've looked into removing the scripts, should be easy to do, but waiting for someone with more knowledge to poke around in there and test it out =X