Originally Posted by iloveandroid
Ok so almost all android phones have a dock, except the Droid Eris, so I am proposing an idea that anybody may try at their will and see wether or not it works. So Google just released the Nexus One dock since it has no actual port in the bottom of it, what i am suggesting is cutting a hole in the bottom of the dock, and glueing the USB plug (the side with the the plug that goes into the phone) in to tht whole you've already cut. Go ahead and try this, and tell me if this works out, and hey maybe you could even make a business doing this!
Are you suggesting that someone pay for a Nexus One dock, drill a hole in it, and poke a USB cord through it? That would just break the docks functionality, plus all it is doing is providing a way to play music and charge the phone. I could go on, but I'm going to be nice.
Pick up an A2DP clip with 1/8" audio-out, plug it into some desk speakers and buy a USB charger. You might need to get a USB mini cable as well, for data/charging if you don't have one already. By the time you finish paying for all of that, you'll have spent $30-$40 and you'd have the capabilities of the dock without ruining one you can't use. You will also have a home charger which will delegate your original to travel/work duty.
- Droid Eris - GSB 4.4 - CM 7.2 (Retired)
- Nook Tablet - CM 7.2 (Current)
- Droid Bionic - Stock 2.3.4 (Researching)