Kindle

Start VNC Viewer on your Kindle

To whip your Kindle into shape as an auxillary PC display, tap the Kindle’s aA button and reorient the screen so that it is horizontal (like your computer monitor). Make sure that TightVNC Server is still running on the computer – you will be connecting to it in a moment. Using your Telnet client (PuTTY or your app of choice), … Read More


Establish a Telnet Connection

Download PuTTY Now you have to connect to the Kindle from the computer, and control it via Telnet. Run the PuTTY application (or your Telnet app of choice) and set up a new connection. Since this will be a Telnet connection, select Telnet under connection type (instead of SSH, which is the default). You want to connect to 192.168.2.2 (which … Read More


Configure Networking on your PC

When you connect your Kindle now, Windows will not mount it as a USB storage device. Instead, Windows will install a new device driver for it. This process takes a moment, but does not require any intervention on your part. Simply wait until you see ‘Ready to use’ pop up on the screen. When that appears, it is time to configure … Read More


Install and Configure TightVNC Server on your PC

Download TightVNC from http://www.tightvnc.com/download.php You’re done with the Kindle, and now it is time to set things up on the PC. First, install TightVNC and run the TightVNC Server application. Next, right-click the TightVNC system tray icon, and open the Configuration menu. Change the ‘Main server port’ to 5901, and uncheck the Require VNC authenticationoption. Click Apply or OK, and then … Read More


You are now ready to start USB networking on your Kindle. If the e-reader is still connected to the PC, disconnect it and navigate to its home screen. Next, show the Kindle keyboard. A prompt will appear. Type ;debugOn and press Return. Note the semicolon at the beginning of the command ; Type `usbNetwork and press Return. This command starts with a … Read More


Install Kindle VNC Viewer on your Kindle

With USB Networking installed (but not yet active), connect the your Kindle to your computer again, mounting it as a USB storage device. Unzip kindlevncviewer.zip Drag the kindlevncviewer folder into the root folder of the Kindle. This was the last step of installing hacks on your Kindle. You can now Activate and Deactivate Kindle USB Network to access your Kindle … Read More


Install USB Network on your Kindle

We need Kindle USB Network hack to be able to use our Kindle from the Internet. If your case we will just connect to it from our computer via Telnet. If this words doesn’t make sense to you don’t worry. I’m the person who needs to understand this. Imagine that USB Network will enable us to stream the image from … Read More


How to find your Kindle model

This is article about how to find your Kindle model from the serial number of your device. The easiest way to find it is in the Settings page/menu on your Kindle On that page, you should find either an entry or a menu called Device Info, which will give you the serial number If you don’t have the device on hand at … Read More


Jailbreak Kindle

The first thing that we need to do to get your Kindle as Monitor is to Jailbreak it. You will need your Kindle, USB cable and your PC. You need to know your Kindle model and go to the corresponding article. I will provide picture for the different models, but if you are still unsure here is read How to … Read More