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Old 08-06-2016, 04:12 PM   #26
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Join Date: Jul 2016
Device: PW3
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Originally Posted by zxczxc View Post
so you are saying if I wanted to use something like the item below, it wouldn't be too much work, and to look at wifiremote to get the idea? sounds good!
because I have decided on this item.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01GHEP1TM
(this, like many other presentation devices use page up/page down for navigation, simply a keyboard)
Try this. the first /dev/input/eventX is the OTG device(not kindle), then a list of button keycode and coordinates of point.

Code:
	kindle-evdev /dev/input/eventX btn1:x1,y1 btn2:x2,y2....
You can start by running
Code:
     kindle-evdev /dev/input/eventX  1:1,1
from ssh/kterml, check the output to get keycode.
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