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Old 06-19-2012, 10:06 AM   #36
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Originally Posted by zeb View Post
Hi,

OK I tried the source in monodevelop and am happy to say it succesfully built and ran without modifications. The only thing: I got a Fastboot-GUI.exe file, which I had to run using the command
Code:
mono Fastboot-GUI.exe
, a bit like a java program.

Now for usage: I have a Kindle Touch. I had to create the empty file ENABLE_DIAGS from scratch because there is no DONT_HALT_ON_REPAIR file. After reboot, I have the developer menu on the Kindle, but get no "F) Fastboot Bundle Install" under the "D) Exit, Reboot or Disable Diags" menu. Am I doing something wrong? Or is it my Kindle model?
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