It works great for other phones too, I also did one for an old Nokia and a Sony Ericsson, and why not ?! :)
Step 1: What Do You Need...
the phone charger
some soapy water
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Step 2: Open the Sugru Sachet
Knead the sugru in your fingers for half a minute, this helps the material work better.
Tear the sugru into 3 pieces; for this hack I needed 2 large ones and a small one.
Cover your phone in cling film, this will make sense a little later.
Step 3: Pop the Sugru in Place
Step 4: Get the Shape Right
Pop the third piece of sugru onto the top of the charger making sure it sticks out a bit.
Once the sugru is in place, it's time to get the shape right.
Gently touch the sugru repeatedly to tweak the shape, don't panic, you have plenty of time.
Step 5: Create the Perfect Impression
1: To help with this process, rub a little soapy water onto the cling film you wrapped around your phone - soapy water works as a release agent for sugru preventing stuff from sticking to it :)
2: Gently press the phone into the sugru. Be careful, sugru will still be very soft, so be gentle so as not to deform your brackets too much.
After I completed this I realised that this step is not that necessary, so you could skip it if you liked. Take a look at the Sony Ericsson version in step 8 :)
Step 6: Smooth the Surface and Leave It to Cure
When you are happy with the shape of your new charging bracket, leave it somewhere to cure overnight.
In the morning, you will have a great new charging cradle :)
Step 7: Same Hack for a Nokia Phone
I tried this one a little differently and really liked it :)
In this version I created a sock by pressing the sugru around the phone and it works a treat.
Step 8: Ooh, and a Sony Ericsson
This time I just made simple goat horns, I just played with the form a bit and it works great.