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It's my first instructable, and I wanted to share with world what hawe I done this time. Time to time I play with many of things upgrading it's functi...
Somehow you need to remove inner plastic bezel from 30pin connector side. its glued there, so with some screvdriver, knife or somthing else help you n...
Than you need to remove shielding, it's soldered around, so start with smaller ones, and last open at the wire side. Actualy I didn't unsolder, I just...
Broke down one side of that shielding part from booth plates, so there is room where to place wires.
Solder back one plate in place, but remember to leave open side with IC's.
1. Cut off other end of USB cable that you dont need. 2. Make hole in plastic case for wire and put wire throught it, don't miss it! 3.Solder USB wi...
As in steps title solder back in place last shielding plate.
Slide it all in place, and glue back that small plastic bezel.
Wuola, now you can watch movie and charge your idevice simultaneously. For more advanced adapter usage google for TVOut (of course you need Cydia.)
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