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iPod nano (3rd generation) charger Answered

There are a lot of post about Ipod chargers and I was not able to charge my ipod yet! I tried different resistors on the data lines (D- D+), 5V to Pin 13 and Ground to pin 16. It shows charging for a little and then stop. I need to have a good simple circuit diagram, with the right resistor to charge my Ipod nano 3rd generation using a 5V power supply (picture of model attached). Thanks for your help in advance! Gracias.

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luisnperez (author)caitlinsdad2011-06-29

The mintyboost is not a choice. I need to use a 5V power supply no batteries. I also need to charge 3 ipod at the same time.

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caitlinsdad (author)luisnperez2011-06-29

5 volts is 5 volts whether from batteries or a power supply. All the info is there for you to use.

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