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Old 03-19-2016, 11:14 PM   #1
Marco77
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Join Date: Mar 2016
Device: G090 G105
Windows 10 signed RNDIS driver for USBNetwork

【Prerequisites】
  • Jailbroken Kindle (tested on PW3 5.6.5)
  • KUAL, MRPI
  • installed mrpackage kindle-usbnet
  • A Windows 10 PC (x64 edition)

【Situation】
On Windows 10, when jailbroken Kindle with enabled USBNet is plugged via USB, it will appear as a "Serial USB device (COM3)" in device manager.
If Windows 10 already recognized your Kindle device as an extra network card, you do not need this driver package :3


【TL;DR】
  1. Download & Unzip attachment kindle_rndis.inf_amd64-v1.0.0.1.zip
  2. R-click "5-runasadmin_register-CA-cer.cmd" and "Run as administrator"*
  3. In Device Manager, expand "Ports (COM & LPT)", R-click "Serial USB device (COM3)" > Update Driver Software...
  4. Browse for my computer for driver software > Select extract folder

* You should not run random batch files from untrusted parties usually


【Result】
You should see a new network card Kindle USB RNDIS Device (USBNetwork enabled) in "Network and Sharing Center" > Change adapter settings. Assign a static IP such as 192.168.15.1 and you can ping the device (ping 192.168.15.244).


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Last edited by Marco77; 03-20-2016 at 08:11 AM.
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