Is there a way I could convert a cell phone's car charger to a charger I could use in an outlet found in my house? (How)
I dug around and found an old Motorola cell phone, and it's accompanying car charger (or adapter, whichever suits you). I want to make it into an adapter that will plug into an outlet (wall outlet, etc.). I ended up cutting the car adapter off, and stripping the wires. Just about 5-6 inside. I take an old Gameboy SP charger and cut the end off of that, just two wires. You can see where I hit a problem. Anyway, if you're about to ask what's the output voltage on the car adapter, I couldn't find it.
I just noticed... if it sounds like I have no idea what I'm doing... I have about half an idea.
What's the best way to do this.
Wasn't too sure if you need a part number or something, because I don't have a camera.
Car adapter: SYN7818A