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Samsung Galaxy Tab 30 Pin Dock Connector Pinout

10th June 2011, 11:14 PM   |  #1  
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not sure if its been posted so here you go

Samsung Galaxy Tab 30 Pin Dock Connector Pinout



Here's the pinout configuration of theSamsung Galaxy Tab from left to right solder pins of the dock connector.
Image courtesy of Droidangel.com

This is the technical info of Samsung Galaxy Tab Pinouts for digital and analog I/O on the 30 pin dock connector.

1 Gnd P
2 Gnd P
3 USB_DP_CON I/O
4 USB_DM_CON I/O
5 IF_CON_SENSE I
6 V_ACCESSORY_5.0V P
7 V_BUS_1 P
8 V_BUS_1 P
9 VOUT_CHARGER P
10 VOUT_CHARGER P
11 no connection
12 no connection
13 ACCESSORY_ID / USB_ID I
14 ACCESSORY_INT I
15 Gnd P
16 Gnd P
17 MHL_DP I/O
18 MHL_DM I/O
19 MHL_ID I
20 IF_RXD I
21 IF_TXD O
22 no connection?
23 AP_TV_OUT O
24 REMOTE_SENSE I
25 no connection
26 no connection
27 EAR_L_CRADLE O
28 EAR_R_CRADLE O
29 3.5_INT_TEST I
30 Gnd P
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11th June 2011, 12:35 AM   |  #2  
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Does this mean it's possible that we'll see unofficial 3rd party adapters and accessories?
29th August 2011, 05:19 AM   |  #3  
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that appears to be a 7" galaxy tab?
is the pinout the same on the 10.1s?
20th September 2011, 09:13 AM   |  #4  
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GT-P1000 & GT-P7500 resistor values/resistor list
Hey guys.

I can't not be the only one some need Resistor values for the Galaxy Tab.

Like this for i9000 : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=820275

plz help me with the resistor list for the Galaxy Tab (P1000 & P7500)

I know i have to use Pin 13 (USB ID) + GND Pin 15.

But the list with resistor values will be so ****in nice.


My Resistor List:

20K ohm - USB Host

7.5K ohm - Car Dock (Finde from a car dock without sound, only power)
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20th September 2011, 12:39 PM   |  #5  
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yes they are the same
I bought a galaxy tab 7" usb connector to charge my galaxy tab 10.1 and it works
Also its able to connect to kies with it so they are the same
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In order to use pin 27, 28 & 30 to get audio out, I am assuming you need to strap a resistor somewhere to get the tablet to output audio. Can some one let me know where and what value? I built an audio cable but alas no audio output
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just because the charging cable is the same, does not mean the pin out is the same. the galaxy tab 7" composite cable doesn't work on the 10" tab.

---------- Post added at 12:32 AM ---------- Previous post was at 12:15 AM ----------

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In order to use pin 27, 28 & 30 to get audio out, I am assuming you need to strap a resistor somewhere to get the tablet to output audio. Can some one let me know where and what value? I built an audio cable but alas no audio output

here's a photo of the 30pin taken apart from the composite cable i just mentioned. let me know if you can't make out any of the resistor bands.

7th February 2012, 10:36 AM   |  #8  
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As the pic on is for a GT 7", i wonder if anyone has managed to get a gt 7" in download mode with making a "jig" like the one you can make for i9000?
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30-pin Connector Adapter DIY Problem
I already own a standard MHL adapter cable with micro-USB plug and HDMI output, which works for various devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Note, S2, HTC Sensation, Flyer, etc. This is a good investment because the adapter is a standard one.

I don't want to buy another MHL adapter with proprietary 30-pin plug for my new Galaxy Tab. The 30-pin version MHL for tab is unreasonably much more expensive and I can't find a third party substitute at this moment.

Thus I am trying to make a connector adapter so that I can use my existing MHL adapter. Unfortunately, following the pinout diagram shown above, I was unable to make it work. I am sure that I connected the MHL_DP, MHL_DM correctly. The problem probably lies on the MHL_ID. I have tried connecting the MHL_ID to ground but it didn't work. I wonder if anyone can give me some hints? Should I add some resistors? Where can I find more information?

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29th February 2012, 09:02 AM   |  #10  
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@aeioo: Sorry I'm of no help, but please if you finally get it working, please, please, please, let me know.

I own a Galaxy Nexus and a Tab 7.7 I don't have the MHL adapter yet because I can't decide for which device do I want it.

What you are trying would be the perfect solution for me.

Regards

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