Originally Posted by NiLuJe
A custom kernel/e-ink driver module? (You might want to look into how the Kobo/Nook hackers handled this).
Since we now have the build of K3 kernel modules working . . . .
Just dynamically installing a different e-ink driver for the existing three should also be possible.
Should be possible to do the same with the other Kindle models.
With a bit more thought, I guess I didn't have to post this.
Anyone with the skills to write a replacement e-ink driver would know all of the above.