Originally Posted by twobob
is it ;debugOn or ~debugOn on the 4? I don't know
Then one would type ~usbNetwork (or ;usbNetwork)
you are mixing your prefixes for a start. it is either ; or ~ (no 4 can't check)
About DIAGS: NO! diags is totally separate to anything to actually "do" with the networking. although it does have a section for networking in it. (which is what I originally thought you were talking about)
"DIRECT" answer to my question(s):
So. Things to find out: is it a ~ or a ; on a 4...
(I thought it was ; but I may be wrong, I'm going to type ; from now on)
you could run a ;dm (dumpmessages?) to grab some logs and check the debugOn is working (I think that is right)
assuming it was a ; you would type ( in the search bar)
That should initiate the process. then you would try to connect.
Thanks for the response, mate. I have been trying to do this in the last 4 days since I got this K4NT. Now, actually feel very frustrated.
I am confused with the difference between the installed usbnetwork and the Enable USBnet in the Diags mode. What do they do respectively?
I am going to read all the docs again. But only the usbnetwork doc is difficult enough for me. Because it is for Linux users and it mentioned about K4 but didn't say exactly what I should do for the K4 either.
About the ; or ~
this is what I got in the readme_first.txt doc.............
* You'll need to be in debug mode to run private commands, so, on the Home screen, bring up the
search bar (by hitting [DEL] on devices with a keyboard, or the keyboard key on a K4, for example), and enter:
* And now we can enable usbnet:
(Or `usbNetwork on FW 2.x)
* Your Kindle should now be detected as something like a RNDIS/Ethernet Gadget or CDC Ethernet Device network adapter.
* If you don't need to enter any more private commands, switch debug off.