No, she cannot get an EAD based on being an H4. She can, however, get one based on being an applicant for adjustment of status.
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No, she is not eligible for employment while on an H4. The term "dependent" implies that she is not able to independently work, but that her ability to remain in the US is dependent upon your own visa and work status. Once your green card is approved, you can file a petition for her green card and then she will become eligible to work herself.
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Once you file for your and her 485, also file for her work permit/765.
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