I don't think so, since the amount of code I had to write at all is quite limited. In fact, it's probably even less code for an 8bit version (8bit uchar is a C type, 4bit high/low nybbles are not).
Then, there still aren't input features yet... (and those would be very different from a K3 to a Kindle Touch...)
Edit: Just had a short look. It's basically a shorter version of the rfb16ToFramebuffer4 function that's missing. Plus a bit of switching logic in main(). However, I'm not very tempted to implement that myself - I can't test it over here.
Last edited by hawhill; 02-27-2012 at 04:17 PM.