True, but port hacks use the 139 port.
Also, netbios commands (alas "nbstat") don't work with the kin ip (just retested with router-asigned local ip), but kin answers pings.
Also, dont just believe what wiki says. Test a browser detector page for the browser headers, and the capabilities.
As we have understood the storage upload/download i guess that we can also retest this kind of approach.
Dont want to upset ya, but i tried most of the exploits and the meta xploit things without nothing more than explorer crashes without rooting. Also, we do not know anything (or almost) from the OS, so shellcodes in ARM assembly may not work when using dll addresses.
As othes say that the M versions can open youtube, that's a good point to check too. I will think about it.
Edit, just checked it. Kin uses the "rtsp" protocol, which was unable on the version "kin two" (without M). Unfortunately, my kin doesnt play any vid from the net (maybe because not using 3g and just wifi).