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    Question What pinouts in 10-pin connector?

    Hi!

    I need your help!
    I want to make a docking station in the car,
    to connect the tablet(Huawei IDEOS S7 Slim) as a navigator in the car and the power(and usb-host, and others) was a 10pin connector
    You know the pinout in 10-pin connector?


    Thanks!
    P.S.Sorry for the english, I'm from Russia Name:  штекер.JPG
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    Any progress?? If you find out annything, Let me know, I actually want to do the exact same thing, although I dont have a car...
    Tanx!

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    Hi,Adagi.
    Thanks to the community Russian craftsmen, progress is evident!

    А special thank you NAIVniy666
    All headway ..
    Quote: "made ​​some progress with respect to the connector:
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    the remaining contacts rather strange, intermittent signal, and there is little stress on 5th contact (1.8 volts to ground). In the 6 and 8, to listen and to tx + \ - periodically.Land one at all (with yusb and audio identity through prozvanivatsya) I think somewhere in there and dug yusb ... but check for sure until I can not. "

    Already obtained the power and access to portable speakers (booster) are possible!
    It remains only to usb-host find almost everything.
    Connectors battery from motorola l6 \ A7-perfect for the plug(in docking station)
    Link.
    P.S.Russia rules!!
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    Hi there.

    Can anyone confirm that I understand this pin out readings correctly?

    1 = + right channel Speaker output.
    3 = + left channel Speaker output.
    2,4,6 = ground, probably ground for the right and left channel too.

    Now the part I'm really unsure of and that is potentially critical.

    9 = - 5v possibly I can just ground this normally and it will be good enough?
    10 = + 5v

    9, 10 will charge the tablet, correct?

    I did have a look at the Russian link, impressive mod this person did. I can understand no more unfortunately, even with google translator.

    Hope I can get help, and I will post a detailed 'how to' then.

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    Hi,I'am Taifunfly (Ghostik201=Taifunfly)
    The tablet is being charged is a big plus!
    Trying to find the right contacts for usb-otg, but so far all tchetno ..
    BUT, what I found .. at random .. AV-out!
    If it is possible to somehow get the opposite effect, I will make the camera for a video recorder .. : D
    In fact, the closure of 4 and 5 contacts on the tablet icon comes in "AV" (next to the icon "WIFI") Clicking on it goes menu with this option enabled and the change PAL \ NTSC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironwave View Post
    Hi there.

    Can anyone confirm that I understand this pin out readings correctly?

    1 = + right channel Speaker output.
    3 = + left channel Speaker output.
    2,4,6 = ground, probably ground for the right and left channel too.
    Yes, but the sound comes through the portable speakers, only 3,5 jack inserted in huawei ideos s7 slim ...


 

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