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  • About jimsey
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    United Kingdom - Three
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    Lancashire
    Home country
    United Kingdom
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    non dev related
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    main phone: Sony Xperia Z1
    + Sony Xperia Z (given to wife but i still tweak it, much to her dismay)

    Previous Android phones (RIP):Samsung Galaxy( notes 1 & 2, S2 & S3), Nexus S and original Galaxy; Sony Arc and X10
    Who said crapple invented the smartphone??? before Android I used windows mobile and symbian devices for years!

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5 Hi, I just had a second attempt at a desk dock. This time I've used black acrylic bent into shape, and the pogo pins as detailed earlier in this thread with a micro usb Jack to connect to any usb power source. The pictures don't do it justice a...
5 I've been wanting inductive charging on my phone for ages, and got tired of waiting for a retail solution. So I bought a cheap leather flip style case on ebay for 3 and a powermat battery cover and charge pad off amazon. The battery cover was f...
4 Following my successful attempt at a diy desktop dock, I 've had a first attempt at a diy car dock with charger pins to use the contacts on the side of the phone. I used a cheap suction cup type car holder, the same type of pogo pins as in my d...
4 I've just built my mark1 dock from a few bits of spare wood and an old sony ericsson ct75 charger plug( from an old powermat powercube), I just moved the spring loaded pins on CT75 plug a little further apart to mate a little more comfortably wit...
3 Put it in development mode: settings, applications, development. Then when you plug it in, an option will appear in the pull down menu bar, just select "connect usb". Sent from my GT-I9100 using XDA App