The principles of operation of the modem in the Kindle 3 Wi-Fi+3G


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Good day, Komrad!
As you know, Kindle 3 Wi-Fi+3G allows you to use 3G/EDGE/GPRS connection to the Internet in more than 100 countries, based on the agreement between Amazon and the providers.
However, it would be very interesting to know on what basis service providers provide free access. They identificeret device? For each unique ID built-in modem? According to the version of the browser?
Purely theoretical question: if users know the principles of identification, is it possible to emulate a modem, or reflashing or physical extraction for use subsequently in conjunction with a PC?
State your opinion on the matter!
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www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=60006
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is there SIM.
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everything has to go through the Amazon web proxy servers. All other connections are blocked.
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If you're in a region which doesn't give you free web access via 3G on your Kindle then all you can access is the Kindle store and Wikipedia.
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Yes like all phones probably have the SIM-card, is IMEI.
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In General, for such tricks Amazon has the right to use the chandelier. And domestic buyers kindle support him in this :-)
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The SIM card is there. Infa 100%.
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Very interesting stuff. Thank you very much. The matter is closed! :)
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In kindle inside there is a SIM card, view pictures of the disassembled device.
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