|02-24-2012, 01:20 AM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: White Plains, NY
Device: Kindle Keyboard
USBNetwork USB Driver & Telnet on Windows XP SP3
As for using the connection, I had no problems with simple opperations from a DOS window (telnet 192.168.2.2) or Windows own HyperTerminal. While I could view files with Notepad, I would strongly advise not to attempt saving them with this program (Notepad++, a freeware editor, should work fine, but I've yet to try it on Kindle files).
(I would also strongly advise that those not experienced with Unix/Linux practice on hardware that can be reloaded/restored by the user before working on their Kindle and similar devices. Even a simple typo while using USBNetwork can "brick" your device in the blink of an eye!)
In short, it appears that a WinXP SP3 computer is actually (and surprisingly) a good and simple thing to use USBNetwork with! By adding a simple file editor that won't mangle Kindle files, one can have a basic, working setup with minimum fuss (again, surprisingly).
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