Thank you in advance.
Thank you Steve.
I have seen this link before I published my enquiry.
But since the OP was only 3.7 V; I was not sure this Solar charger could charge my PDA phone (HTC).
Since you assured me that it will charge, I shall assemble the components
and give it a try.
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Where do you get 3.7V output from ? The device is a boost converter, and turns 3.7V input up to 5V. Read the FAQ on the Minty Boost"Very likely! A list of devices is on the front page and is updated all the time. If you find a new device that it does/doesn't work with, please post on the forum or email me (thanks!) Nearly all USB-charging devices and any device that charges with 5V power (up to 250mA+ 400mA+ with v2.0 of the kit) can be used.
Thank you , once again, Steve.
I wasn't aware if the Minty Boost was really Voltage charge pump. My misunderstanding. I stand corrected.
PS: that's my daughter's Pic you see on the left, isn't she so cute !
Your're welcome. In my avatar, you can see my son's legs in the back of the truck !
Try that little box in the top right - the one that says search ?https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-a-solar-iPodiPhone-charger-aka-Might/Ignore the "Ipod" specifics. If its got a USB port, this project will charge it.