want an Xtra 4 HOURS outta ur itouch???

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by sowhatu, Jan 19, 2009.

  1. sowhatu

    sowhatu New Member

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    i got this little thing for 10 bux, currently it charges up my psp slim while playing and when in standby.
    my belief is that it will also charge/recharge the itouch.
    i can completely recharge my psp 3 times before having to charge the battery pack.


    http://www.shopxscargo.com/product_catalogue/cat_product_details.asp?category_id=2&product_code=24994&sub_category_1_id=7&category=Portable%20Power


    black & decker sell others that are more powerful, check crappy tire "in canada" for other models.


    oh, and it powers anything that has a normal plug (that goes into wall socket) "below 20 watts", i plugged in my lamp... was sooo funny.
  2. Mahad222

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    Everything I buy from XS cargo always breaks.
  3. xephyr

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    doubt it. The ipod touch has a certain bit of limitation when it comes to chargers, this one may not be recommended nor may it be supported. it could fry the battery. So i wouldnt recommend it.
  4. sowhatu

    sowhatu New Member

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    never had problems with them, or "factory direct".
    mind u i take good care of my stuff...
    stil have my "toronto maple leafs" jacket for 16 years!!
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    ok then, how does the itouch recharge... through USB cord???
    this charger takes USB cords...
    there is a voltage "or something" regulator built into it i believe.
  5. xephyr

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    Im just saying, the ipod may reject the powersource from which it is comingfrom.
  6. sowhatu

    sowhatu New Member

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    no prob.. was just wondering if itouch ALSO recharges through USB cord.. i dunno cause me no have itouch until next month.
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    leadergo Active Member

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    i just lower the brightness.
  8. El_g0rillo

    El_g0rillo New Member

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    I don't see a reason it wouldn't work. You can use pretty much any USB port to charge and ipod. I don't see how this would be different.
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    Third party batteries and chargers are always a bad idea.
  10. gordesky1

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    it should be fine i have this http://www.amazon.com/MusicPower-0900-72-Charger-Rechargeable-Extended/dp/B000QFNK6K

    and i always use it on my ipod touch when the battery gets low when im on the go and it recharges it right up and problee could recharge it again.

    i also use it when i want to play a game or movie when the battery gets low on the ipod.

    tho for some reason it wont work with my psp.

    tho it also powers my laptop cooler which has 3 small 60mm fans that are lighted lol

    but ya so far it powers everything i got except the psp which is weird.


    it powers the ipod touch zune my phone my cameras and my other usb things.

    does not work with is psp.


    hmm it does work with psp charges it but when you take the battery out and try it wont power on but thats problee because the psp detects it something else other than a wall outlet.

    but ya it charges that to

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