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Galaxy Nexus Desktop Dock Now available @ Expansys

15th April 2012, 11:28 PM   |  #91  
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Has anybody that has the dock, that also have an HDMI MHL adapter tried connecting the two together via the micro usb to get them to work together?

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15th April 2012, 11:28 PM   |  #92  
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This dock is soon damn nice but it is abit pricey for what it is, another close my eyes and try not to think about howmuch it cost when I buy it for now this will do lol



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16th April 2012, 12:43 AM   |  #93  
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This dock is soon damn nice but it is abit pricey for what it is, another close my eyes and try not to think about howmuch it cost when I buy it for now this will do lol



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Its a mi, Mario. Butt stomping your wallet into oblivion.

zippity doo da.
16th April 2012, 12:51 AM   |  #94  
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Aw nuts. I thought I stumbled onto something there. lol
16th April 2012, 01:34 AM   |  #95  
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Its a mi, Mario. Butt stomping your wallet into oblivion.

zippity doo da.

if mario is stomping my wallet, samsung is raping and pillaging my pockets for every last cent lol
16th April 2012, 01:42 AM   |  #96  
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if mario is stomping my wallet, samsung is raping and pillaging my pockets for every last cent lol

That's sick where did you get that mario?
16th April 2012, 07:32 PM   |  #97  
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I don't own an extended battery so I won't contradict what others have said, but this dock is molded to the exact size of the phone. If the extended battery makes it 1mm thicker, I don't see how it would fit.

It's a perfect fit for my phone with the 2000mAh extended battery. No worries.

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I just got my dock. The thing is built like a tank and it's very high quality. Compared to the N1 dock it's not even in the same ballpark.

My fiance isn't home right now so I can't test the LTE version but I doubt it will fit.

I have the audio out hooked up to my system right now and it sounds very good. I'm actually really surprised how good it sounds. However, there is no way to adjust the volume out on the phone. It's either on or off.

There is no way to lock the phone directly when its in the dock. But, you can press home to get back to the home screen and let it timeout. Then, you can press the volume key to wake the phone. Pretty handy.

Overall, I'm happy with my purchase. It may be a bit overpriced, but to a dock junkie like me I'm very pleased.

If anyone has any other questions I'll be happy to answer. I will update my post when I check for the verizon nexus compatibility.

UPDATE: The Verizon LTE Nexus with standard battery does NOT fit in the GSM dock.
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I just got my dock. The thing is built like a tank and it's very high quality. Compared to the N1 dock it's not even in the same ballpark.

My fiance isn't home right now so I can't test the LTE version but I doubt it will fit.

I have the audio out hooked up to my system right now and it sounds very good. I'm actually really surprised how good it sounds. However, there is no way to adjust the volume out on the phone. It's either on or off.

There is no way to lock the phone directly when its in the dock. But, you can press home to get back to the home screen and let it timeout. Then, you can press the volume key to wake the phone. Pretty handy.

Overall, I'm happy with my purchase. It may be a bit overpriced, but to a dock junkie like me I'm very pleased.

If anyone has any other questions I'll be happy to answer. I will update my post when I check for the verizon nexus compatibility.

Much appreciated mate. Question about the Verizon GN LTE you're gonna test with the dock, is it with the stock or extended battery?
17th April 2012, 04:19 PM   |  #100  
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If anyone has any other questions I'll be happy to answer. I will update my post when I check for the verizon nexus compatibility.

I have one on order but could you please describe the audio functions in more detail?

What happens when someone rings? Do I need audio plugged in? Can you have a hands free conversation with the phone still in the dock? Does it only play certain audio out the jack and if so details? Anything else you think is worth mentioning? I plan to have my phone pretty much sitting in this dock at my work desk unless I need to go somewhere. TIA

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