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Now that's some old school **** there! Haha. I don't think a cassette has been made in 15-20 years. LOL. E-bay antiques section.

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Now that's some old school **** there! Haha. I don't think a cassette has been made in 15-20 years. LOL. E-bay antiques section.

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Well that should give you an idea of how long I've been messing with phones :P . BTW still have an unopened pack of cassettes :P .

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i haven't seen one specifically for the Shift yet, and i'm surprised no one has created a case with one built in. hell, i'm just happy the MikShifted-G ROM lets me use the volume button to take a pic lol. pressing the button without looking at the screen was a pain in the ace.
 
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I used an old cd and used a lighter to soften it up to bend it into shape I could work with, I only use it while listening to music.

Got the idea from some DIY site and it has worked fine for my needs.
 
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I found that a PSP-1000 stand works great... unless the app has a fixed landscape and doesn't rotate. However I could just tilt the shift so the usb plug fit underneath and the stand still functioned (if at an odd angle). It doesn't hold the phone securely, so no carrying it around in the stand but it is good enough to withstand a table bump.

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Seidio also makes a desktop charging cradle that i'm sure could be modified slightly for just about any need while keeping the charge function. Just throwing that out there.
 
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pretty sure you just angered a few of us older techies lol. calling our beloved cassettes antiques. I still remember stealing the black album by metallica off my father on cassette.
 
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Seidio also makes a desktop charging cradle that i'm sure could be modified slightly for just about any need while keeping the charge function. Just throwing that out there.
If I can come across that cradle for a bit less, I'm going to have to pick it up. It's the first one I've seen that they show working with a Case.

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