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    Sorry, I don't have a multi meter with probes small enough to map it out. And I just made a set of small probes by driving sewing pins into my probes and they're still to big. If I had a breakout board I'd be able to help, but I don't have one that I can access easily. I have a severe allergy to "fixing" what's not broken.You might check ebay or something for a charger for one, you might get lucky. If I ever get a donor device I'll build a breakout board and let you know what the pin out is.That said, it's most likely either a resistor across the data pins, or one or more resistors feeding a data pin from + or -. You might experiment a bit to see if something lights up the charging light.Before I thought to hack my power cord, I intended to drill a hole in the backing plate (w...see more »Sorry, I don't have a multi meter with probes small enough to map it out. And I just made a set of small probes by driving sewing pins into my probes and they're still to big. If I had a breakout board I'd be able to help, but I don't have one that I can access easily. I have a severe allergy to "fixing" what's not broken.You might check ebay or something for a charger for one, you might get lucky. If I ever get a donor device I'll build a breakout board and let you know what the pin out is.That said, it's most likely either a resistor across the data pins, or one or more resistors feeding a data pin from + or -. You might experiment a bit to see if something lights up the charging light.Before I thought to hack my power cord, I intended to drill a hole in the backing plate (while removed of course) and install a push button rod to allow me to hard reset it without removing the cover, that might be an option as well.

    Sorry, I don't have a multi meter with probes small enough to map it out. And I just made a set of small probes by driving sewing pins into my probes and they're still to big. If I had a breakout board I'd be able to help, but I don't have one that I can access easily. I have a severe allergy to "fixing" what's not broken.You might check ebay or something for a charger for one, you might get lucky. If I ever get a donor device I'll build a breakout board and let you know what the pin out is.That said, it's most likely either a resistor across the data pins, or one or more resistors feeding a data pin from + or -. You might experiment a bit to see if something lights up the charging light.Before I thought to hack my power cord, I intended to drill a hole in the backing plate (w...see more »Sorry, I don't have a multi meter with probes small enough to map it out. And I just made a set of small probes by driving sewing pins into my probes and they're still to big. If I had a breakout board I'd be able to help, but I don't have one that I can access easily. I have a severe allergy to "fixing" what's not broken.You might check ebay or something for a charger for one, you might get lucky. If I ever get a donor device I'll build a breakout board and let you know what the pin out is.That said, it's most likely either a resistor across the data pins, or one or more resistors feeding a data pin from + or -. You might experiment a bit to see if something lights up the charging light.Before I thought to hack my power cord, I intended to drill a hole in the backing plate (while removed of course) and install a push button rod to allow me to hard reset it without removing the cover, that might be an option as well.

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