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Old 06-12-2012, 04:14 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by petejojohan View Post
Hi,

I bought a demo model too, on E-Bay. Also have a full working one on the way. Right now, I'm trying to see if I can flash the demo using the directions from this link http://www.mediafire.com/view/?d4mqgzr4cbrttzu which details how to un-brick a Kindle.

However, doc was written for a Kindle Touch (which I also have, and it works for it) not a DX-G. I am hoping that I can apply most of the doc to the DX-G as long as I find and use the correct firmware files, but I'm having some problems getting it to be recognized by mfgtool.exe.

Currently, I am looking through other threads here for a solution, but if anyone knows of a document that is written for firmware updates for a DX-G, I would be very greatful.
No. Silver18 put that guide together as a simplified step-by-step version of my "simple debricking" sticky thread for K4 and K5, in the kindle dev corner forum.

Replacing firmware on a DX needs to be done with the serial port. Look up the threads on the (unofficial) upgrade for a DX to 3.2.1 firmware.
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