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Old 03-12-2012, 04:10 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by hostar View Post
So it works even for Touch?

About that INF file, I understand what you did, but it is not necessary to me if I haven't Touch, if I got your point correctly.
Yes, it works for Touch if you have the libusb-win32 drivers installed for that specific Touch device. Because the pcbsn is part of the device identifier used in Device Manager, each device needs to be installed separately.

I used that .inf file for both the K4 and the Touch. Without it, it was just listed as a "Kindle" in "Unknown Devices" (with an exclamation mark), and fastboot could not see it.

I tried uninstalling my "Kindle-Fastboot" driver for both devices, and then fastboot could not see either of them. After reinstalling my driver, fastboot could see both of them in windows.

I did not try flashing an image yet. I could flash my touch diags partition with an image with no SSH, then after testing that SSH is missing, I could flash the image with SSH, and test that it works again. But later...

EDIT: The K4 also needed to be installed using my Kindle-Fastboot.inf file, when installed using the methods that I used. It looks like you did exactly the same as I did to create your own version of this file (see post #6 and post #20).

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