A dongle question

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  1. tallbus1

    tallbus1 Member

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    Ok, so now how to do this. How do we make a dongle?

    I have a cord that on one end has a USB, and on the other end has a 30 Pin, Ipod Compatible port. Could I build a homebrew dongle with this? If so, how?
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    ipodtouch12321 New Member

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    The Guide isnt out yet
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    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    thats called a usb charger.....
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    lol. speechless
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    Lol the minute I posted that I was like Wait...WTF? thats the exact same thing as the normal apple cord.
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    we all have our moments. no worries
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    I would RUN RS jailbreak in a heart beat if there was a dongle creation tutorial out
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    You should do it anyway... it stops the need for having to go into DFU mode, that saves 20 seconds. It then only takes 1 line of code to boot. Compaired to about 20 lines before. Saving another 10 seconds..
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    And now you can do it without restoring.

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