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Old 05-25-2012, 02:05 PM   #232
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Originally Posted by mony View Post
i had kindle touch 3G which was bricked , i tried to search internet for method to recovery and found this great site with all data about kindles
i am not linux user i read the threads and followed the instructions to debrick my kindle after several trials i suceeded to log into diags mode in mfgtool on windows and exported kindle drive i tried to put runme. and data.gz files in kindle drives and nothing occured just with beging saying runne.sh is running after about minute nothing and return to error screen or your kindle needs repair screen
i am working to log into fastboot mode with no results fastboot mode not working ever i lost hope to work
is there is any simple steps or way to do that
i am not linux user and most of linux orders i don't know how to do it where to type these orders ,
another question where and how i can write linux order on kindle touch screen where in diag mode
i know that i asked alot but i hope that one help me in steps simplified to debrick my kindle
lastly sorry for my english
That RUNME.sh does nothing except to display a message showing that the data.tar.gz was successfully installed.

Now you do not need to use data.tar.gz again. You can replace the RUNME.sh script with one of the many that do what you want. You need to delete the RUNME.done file to run another RUNME.sh script next time you reboot.

You need to reset the boot counter or erase the /var/local partition as describe in this thread, to get rid of the "your kindle needs repair" screen.
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