After following some of the above and prior advice on modifying the USB to make my Galaxy Tab Plus 7.0 charge properly, I decided to start with a USB car charger. The one in particular is specified as a 3amp device total over 2 USB ports, so if it is anything close to spec in reality, it aught to provide enough power to charge my tablet. Next, other than the resistors, failing to find any cheap parts or cables to modify at the local radio shack, I decided to try it one step better. I decided to try opening up the car charger itself and just soldering the resistors at the source. After opening, I found adequate space to do the work and simply I chose the easiest accessible port to do my soldering work. If you have any questions on pinouts and identifying which resistor goes where, you can reference the earlier posts and other sites for clarification. I also used the 33K resistor on the +5(red) and the 10K resistor on the ground(black) pins, with them center tapped on both connected data lines. The charger in particular was from Best Buy and is named RocketFish. Seems to be working so far!!