Done. All three. no charge
Here is a quote from a future thread: It pertains the fact that you MUST HAVE BOTH DEVICES WORKING TO DEBRICK A DX. It is not really relevant to this thread and when the debricking thread is created I will update this info again.
So to reiterate... The following info is for debricking a dx and you can find this info on : INSERT THREAD HERE. Thanks...
(not knc1 he was bang on topic)
Originally Posted by knc1
Unless you use external software to dump the DX memory image to an external file.
Since that only requires that the iROM (SoC internal ROM), iRAM (SoC internal RAM) and first UART port are working.
System image may be bricked, blanked, non-existent, it does not matter.
For which, you need to find the "magic key" to put the DX into the iROM code.
It should be easier to find the "magic key" using activity on the serial port line than on the USB cable (the iROM code monitors both, then uses the first one on which it detects activity).
The "stock" ATK can not "talk" to the i.MX31 in the DX over the serial link, but the K3Flasher can with modification by the addition of the i.MX31 constants.
All of the above assumes you have access to a Linux machine (other than the Kindle).
But using a "send/expect" script on the serial port while you diddle the key combinations should find the key combination in a hurry.
So. You will need a working DX. please refer to the DX debricking thread for this info. INSERT THREAD AGAIN HERE.