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Originally Posted by kingbowness
Can you go into detail on what it is that you mean pleasE?
ok lemme reply now that i'm on my pc so i can type better, the kindle drivers are a bit finicky, between switching between fastboot, recovery, and the normal os it tends to make you have to uninstall the device to reinstall the drivers, and if adb was enabled in the os typically it shows up as a composite device that you don't tend to notice, so if you goto the device manager, look under usb devices, and see some composite devices right click them and hit properties and goto the details tab, look for one with a hardware id with something like "USB\VID_1949" it will have other stuff after that but i don't feel the need to put it. If you find one of those then uninstall the composite device and search for new hardware or just unplug and plug the kindle back in, it should be able to install the drivers now. Otherwise just uninstall any previous kindle devices when switching between boot modes.
As for the other part i was saying, you could probably just fix this if adb is enabled in the main os, just connect to the kindle from an adb shell and cd into the /data folder and look for a ".prop" file(run the command ls if you don't know that much about linux it will list the contents of the directory you are in.), i don't remember the name, but part of the qemu root process sometimes leaves that file there and causes the symtoms you mentioned, deleting the file fixes it but i don't remeber its name offhand. so if you see a .prop file in the /data folder then run "rm whatevername.prop"
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