Originally Posted by geekmaster
Actually, there are additional bootmodes of "factory" and "reset". I could create additional u-boots and add MfgTool Profiles for them. I did not do that because I have not tested those boot modes and I am not sure what they do at this time.
I'd like to offer my Kindle Touch to try out these modes, since I don't think it can get much more bricked. My only means of talking to it now is through MfgTool (fastboot mode does something, but I can't get the tool to connect with it), and though I'm trying to learn how to create my own u-boot images to get me out of this it's going to be a really long time. It's a slim chance, but it would be amazing if one of those got it into a better state (maybe even factory state??)