Beagleboard X-15 export limitation

Hello and thank you for your help in advance.
I am located in US with our development team. I am trying to set up a regression farm with beagleboard X-15 in India for a product that we are building. I have tried to purchase the board in India, but both digikey and mouser do not sell in India due to export limitations. I have seen a document included with the beagleboard PCB zip file from US department of commerce for commodity classification which states that the board is authorized for export and reexport under section 740.17(B)(3) of the export administration regulations (EAR), and have tried to figure out what this means, but have not been able to. Has anyone used these boards in India? Is there a legitimate way to send these boards to India?
Thank you

https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/15/740.17#e
"""
(3) Classification request required for specified commodities, software,
and components. Thirty (30) days after a classification request is
submitted to BIS in accordance with paragraph (d) of this section and
subject to the reporting requirements in paragraph (e) of this section,
this paragraph authorizes exports, reexports, and transfers (in-country) of
the items submitted for classification, as further described in this
paragraph (b)(3), to any end user, provided the item does not perform the
functions, or otherwise meet the specifications, of any item described in
paragraph (b)(2) of this section. Items described in paragraphs (b)(3)(i),
(ii), or (iv) of this section that meet the criteria set forth in Note 3 to
Category 5 - Part 2 of the Commerce Control List (the “mass market” note)
are classified under ECCN 5A992.c or 5D992.c following classification by
BIS.

Note to introductory text of paragraph (b)(3):

Immediately after the classification request is submitted to BIS in
accordance with paragraph (d) of this section and subject to the reporting
requirements in paragraph (e) of this section, this paragraph also
authorizes exports, reexports, transfers (in-country) of the items
described in this paragraph (b)(3) to any end user located or headquartered
in a country listed in supplement no. 3 to this part.
"""

https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/15/appendix-Supplement_No_3_to_part_740
India is NOT on the list of "favorable" countries. (Neither is Pakistan,
Afghanistan, or Sri Lanka)

  That means India likely falls under the "provided the item does not
perform the functions, or otherwise meet the specifications, of any item
described in paragraph (b)(2)".

"""
Note to paragraph (b)(2) introductory text:

Immediately after the classification request is submitted to BIS in
accordance with paragraph (d) of this section and subject to the reporting
requirements in paragraph (e) of this section, this paragraph also
authorizes exports, reexports, and transfers (in-country) of:

1. All submitted encryption items described in this paragraph (b)(2),
except “cryptanalytic items,” classified in ECCN 5A004.a, 5D002.a.3.a or
c.3.a, or 5E002, to any end user located or headquartered in a country
listed in supplement no. 3 to this part;

2. Encryption source code as described in paragraph (b)(2)(i)(B) to
non-“government end users” in any country;

3. “Cryptanalytic items,” classified in ECCN 5A004.a, 5D002.a.3.a or c.3.a,
or 5E002, to non-“government end users,” only, located or headquartered in
a country listed in supplement no. 3 to this part; and

4. Items described in paragraphs (b)(2)(iii) and (b)(2)(iv)(A) of this
section, to specified destinations and end users.
"""

  Items 1 and 3 again reference supplement 3, item 2 doesn't apply (it
isn't source code), item 4 requires export licenses specifying explicit
destination/end user. And... b2iii, b2ivA

"""
(iii) “Open cryptographic interface” items. Items that provide an “open
cryptographic interface,” to any end user located or headquartered in a
country listed in supplement no. 3 to this part.

(iv) Specific encryption technology. Specific encryption technology as
follows:

(A) Technology for “non-standard cryptography.” Encryption technology
classified under ECCN 5E002 for “non-standard cryptography,” to any end
user located or headquartered in a country listed in supplement no. 3 to
this part;
"""
both again specify supplement 3.

Thank you so much for your help Dennis.