Hi Wills, on the example I am looking at in front of me, the green circuit board that forms the base of the ipod dock is labeled from left to right, with the wider part upermost;
Ground (GND with (wire marked x x x x x)) Data Positive (D+) Data Neg (D-) Positive (Vcc (with wire marked continuous red line))
You need to use the GND and Vcc connections as negative and positive respectively.
If you look very closely at the 'Powermat' circuit board, you should find similar markings, just very small.
Originally Posted by willis456
hi Phil, I've just recieved my iPod dock, and have dissembled it. Where do I connect my micro USB, as there are 4 wires connected to iPod adapter? Thanks will.
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Doubt the data cable will give you any issues as the wiring is distinctly separate, I have charged mine by cable with no problem, but have not tried having it on the Powermat dock at the same time as having the cable connected. If I get the chance, will try it out and report back soon.
Originally Posted by Kishan3593
Thanks Phil , do you think if it did work, would i have any problems charging it with a normal charger and if use the data cable.