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Old 01-24-2013, 06:40 PM   #301
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Originally Posted by BeccaPrice View Post
I'm confused.

I had version 5.3.2. I successfully did the jailbreak and installed the collections manager (yea me!). Then, as part of a troubleshooting procedure with Amazon, they had me upgrade to 5.3.3. As part of the upgrade, I got a notice saying it wasn't a test kindle anymore, and the collections manager doesn't work.

Comment 8 at http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...55#post2395055 seems to imply that I don't have to downgrade my system, and can just reinstall the kindlet and developer's certificates, but the first page here seems to imply that I have to downgrade to 5.3.1 and then redo the kindlet and developer's certificate.

can some one who knows what they're talking about hold my hand through this, so I can get the collections manager to work again?

Thanks.
You are at 5.3.3 and still jailbroken? (note: 5.3.2 is for a different machine, did you mean 5.3.1?)

Then just install the Kindlet developers certificates.

Once that is done - re-install anything that doesn't work with versions that work on 5.3.3
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