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KindleVNC: A kindlet to view and control your remote PC desktop
#41  knc1 09-23-2014, 12:25 PM
Quote cer7400
hello,
it does not work for kindle touch??
Kindle Touch == K5
Yes, it works.
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#42  cer7400 09-26-2014, 04:24 AM
Quote knc1
Kindle Touch == K5
Yes, it works.
the archive content is:
update_ss_0.1_dxg_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_dxi_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k2_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k2i_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k3g_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k3gb_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k3w_install.bin

there is no K5 so the question remains
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#43  knc1 09-26-2014, 06:18 AM
Quote cer7400
the archive content is:
update_ss_0.1_dxg_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_dxi_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k2_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k2i_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k3g_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k3gb_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k3w_install.bin

there is no K5 so the question remains
Those have one thing in common -
They are all keyboard devices;

I would suggest you read the posts of this thread, starting around post #24.
My Bad
See:
http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=150434
That one should work on touch screen devices.
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#44  Gigel 10-21-2017, 11:06 PM
Quote cer7400
the archive content is:
update_ss_0.1_dxg_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_dxi_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k2_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k2i_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k3g_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k3gb_install.bin
update_ss_0.1_k3w_install.bin
I did this. But nothing works. I have Kindle 3.
I would have even wanted to use it as an external monitor.
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#45  knc1 10-22-2017, 01:03 AM
Quote Gigel
I did this. But nothing works. I have Kindle 3.
I would have even wanted to use it as an external monitor.
What do you mean by "I did this" ?

We need more details than "Broke" or "Nothing works".
This is a technical forum, we need the technical details of what you have done and what the result of each of those things has bee.
You must write that in your post, we can not see over your shoulder.

WHICH "Kindle 3" ?
As you can see by the choice of installation packages in the archive, there is a choice to be made.

Post the first 4 characters of your serial number please.
That will tell us (and you) which "K3".

That archive also contains directions.
Did you read them?
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#46  Gigel 10-29-2017, 12:31 AM
I have Kindle 3G keyboard.
I installed this chess:
https://www.mobileread.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=152815
And it worked.
I installed Launchpad.


For all of this I chose the file with GB termination (Great Britain).
It was this only one file (gb) that worked and I tested the others.

From:
https://www.mobileread.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=151984
post #1 I download
http://wifi001.com
There's something in Chinese and I do not know what to do next.

From post # 9 I downloaded the attached file and saved it in a folder.
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#47  Gigel 10-29-2017, 01:04 AM
I unzipped the archive from post # 9
I put these files in the root folder of my Kindle user disk using a USB cable.
On my Kindle, I select Menu > Settings, then Menu > Update Your Kindle.

But Update Your Kindle it remains frozen and can not be selected.

I will test initial this application for PC control.
Actually I intend to use it for my Android mobile phone control.
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#48  knc1 10-29-2017, 03:55 AM
You must only put one of the files, the one for your model of Kindle, on the Kindle.

It would help if you would read the file named: readme.htm in that archive.
That is the number one, first step of anything you get from this forum: Read The Directions.
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#49  Gigel 10-29-2017, 07:01 AM
Quote knc1
You must only put one of the files, the one for your model of Kindle, on the Kindle.
I put the update_ss_0.1_k3gb_install.bin file in the Kindle root folder

The same Menu > Settings, then Menu > Update Your Kindle it remains frozen.
Without success.



Quote knc1

Read The Directions.
That's what I did not really understand this but I reread:

<<1. You should have a vnc server software such as UltraVNC server installed on your target PC. You'd better change your PC display resolution to 800x600 in order to view the whole desktop on the kindle>>

<<2. On your kindle device, press "Aa" key to show/hide the soft keyboard.>>

I think this operation should be done after the program has been installed.

<<3. At the login screen, press "Menu" key to show/hide the access history/bookmark.
4. When the desktop of your vnc server is showed, you can click each of the four arrows of the 5-way controller to move the mouse. If you hold the shift key at the same time, the mouse moving will be accelerated.
5. The center key in the 5-way controller simulates the left mouse button.
6. The "Menu" key simulates the right mouse button.
7. When the soft keyboard is hidden, "Sym" key is used to simulate the [CTRL] key. When [CTRL] is showed on the title bar, the four arrow keys act as the arrow keys on a general keyboard.>>
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#50  Gigel 10-29-2017, 07:04 AM
Quote knc1
Post the first 4 characters of your serial number please..
Serial Number: B00A ......................

Version Kindle 3.4.2 (268..............)

If it's a paid program I do not have this money, I prefer to try a free program.
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