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Old 12-06-2012, 10:22 AM   #208
Niklz
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Join Date: Nov 2012
Device: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite
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Originally Posted by Raye View Post
It doesn't work on my case too.

Here is what I done:

1. jailbreak the device

2. updated kindle-python-0.2.N

3. updated kindle-linkss-0.6.N

4. put PNG files, 758x1024. Grayscale to linkss/screensavers/

But no luck. It shows original screensavers


I attached a file.
To use the autoreboot feature: Just drop a blank file named reboot in the linkss folder (by copying and renaming the already existing "autoreboot" blank file, for example), and your Kindle will do a quick reboot 10s after you've unplugged it (there's minimal visual feedback during that time, just wait until your list of books reappear)!

If you want to randomize the sequence in which your screensavers will be shown, create a blank file named random in the linkss folder (right alongside the "auto" file), and then do a full restart of your Kindle! This will shuffle your screensavers around on each boot.

In addition to this, you can also shuffle your screensavers each time a framework restart is triggered through the autoreboot feature. Be advised that this may significantly (a few dozen of seconds) delay the framework restart procedure, depending on the number of screensavers you're using. To enable this feature, create a blank file named shuffle in the linkss folder (right alongside the "auto" file), and then restart your Kindle (either through the autoreboot feature, or a full restart).
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