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Charge a USB device via USB without the need for data transfer. In the case of my Sansus e280, it allows me to play music as it charges. ...
You will need:Mp3 Player or Device of concernNotepad paper, slightly thicker than regular paper, but thinner than cardstock.USB CableScissorsRulerPencil (if you really need it)Template (In centimeters)
Draw the template on your notepad paper, and cut it out carefully. Try not to accidentally cut off the small part like I did twice.
Fold the skinny part over leaving about 2 mm width for lower part of the plug. Insert into plug all the way, and fold the larger part around ...
There we go, your USB cable has been hacked! The uses for this may be endless. I hope you find a use for this. PS. I am not ...
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