Thread: K2 Dazed and confused.
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Old 11-13-2012, 07:29 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by freewheeling View Post
OK, so you're calling the modem/radio module a card. I guess it is, now I think of it. But I'm getting lost with regard to the term "WiFi" because the Kindle 2 wasn't sold with WiFi. The Kindle 3 came with 3G and WiFi, but I just have 3G. The 3G card and the Sim card are paired, so how does the motherboard come into that?

Again, what do I need to change to get this to work?

What do I have to change to get this to work?
If you don't have a Wifi, you don't have what this forum is talking about as a MAC address.
In fact, I don't know if 3G on the K2 was on the motherboard or was a plug-in card.
What you might do is check if either of the machines (new or old) was uploading a firmware image to the 3G module (in whatever form it is implemented in on a K2).

If the Kindle 2 is anything like the Kindle DX (or DXG - case color does not matter), then the machine specific information is in the mtdblock device not the mmcblk device.

I don't have the information about the K2.

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