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By Beeyoth, Member on 29th February 2012, 02:10 AM
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12th July 2012, 04:40 AM |#41  
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[QUOTE=backspacepc;25503925]Factory in the sense that the cable used is one in the same as the cable used in initially programming the device at the manufacturer, not in the sense that it is an OEM cable that came with a phone.

srry its the first one
12th July 2012, 08:50 PM |#43  
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when you did the short trick, you said it did not work. why?
at which point did it fail?
what did your terminal return when you ran script?
you will never get this fixed unless you provide more info.
apart from the brick which Adeel mentioned above I yet to know of a fully bricked kindle (they seem to be pretty bullet proof).
I am presuming that you took a short cut in setting up the firekit.
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