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Old 02-01-2020, 08:59 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by m30 View Post
You can enter usb hid(usb download) mode by connect +3v and usb boot test point (Attach Files 1.jpg&2.jpg&3.jpg).Then you can use MFGtool2 to debrick with a computer(if your uboot is damaged).As far as I know,it's known as magick key in k5 and formers.
Now that is nice to know.
Can the same be done even if uboot is undamaged?

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Originally Posted by m30 View Post
You can use ttl(serial) to debrick your kindle if uboot is fine(Attach Files 4.jpg).If you damaged your ttl pad,you can use the ones near by(Attach Files 5.jpg),they were connected.
Apologize for my English...
That is known not to work with the factory installed uboot. The originally installed copy is locked.
Did you test this second part after you re-installed a non-locked uboot?
That (or something else) might be the cause of why the uboot in yours was not locked.

Nice report, thanks a lot for that information.
That information gets us 99% of the way towards dealing with the "Androidized" model Kindles.

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