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Step 2: Fabrication

first cut the usb cord and cut back the insulation to expose the wires. there should be a red,black,green and white.  what we need to do is cut the green and white back because we wont be needing those two wires but leave the red and black wires exposed 

next strip the insulation from the red and black wires

to prepare the cell phone charger, do the same thing that was done to the usb cord only the wires in my cell charger  are red and yellow  match the red wires together and the yellow and the black together  

ok now that the wires are hooked up we need to test to see that it works

so plug your usb cord into a USB  Port then plug in the cell charger in to the phone and see if its charging if it is  
<p>LOL,appreciated to your really pretty professional and detailed comprehensive description about how to diy phone charger,we really know a lot and know how to properly make a USB cable for ourselves.I also found a pretty useful article from http://blog.onu-mall.com/?cat=99 filled with tons of practical and professional publications about USB cable and i also surprised by the huge collections of various USB cable and power bank from http://www.onu-mall.com/catalog/cable--amp--adapter---charger/,i bought a really fashionable type-c cable from http://www.onu-mall.com/1m-baseus-sharp-series-type-c-usb-3-1-to-3-0-data-sync-charging-cable-for-macbook--for-google-chromebook-etc-gray.html for my iPAD</p>
<p>I have a phone charger, but only has the part for the phone, does not have the wall part.. I tried what you state in this article, but for some reason the phone is not charging.. I didn't hook it up with a USB cable i did it with a universal charger... Let me know what i did wrong. </p>
can you post some pix so i can see and may i ask what phone do have

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