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Very interesting. Thanks for the work, MrJoshua. Now we just need to spread this over the interweb, since it seems like no one knows how to get a line out signal from the iPhone. And to make things clear, pins 1 and 2 are connected on the iPod board, so there isn't any need to solder then together in your connector. For that matter, you could just use pins 15 and 16 (both GND) since they're closer. Thanks for sharing.
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Very interesting. Thanks for the work, MrJoshua. Now we just need to spread this over the interweb, since it seems like no one knows how to get a line out signal from the iPhone. And to make things clear, pins 1 and 2 are connected on the iPod board, so there isn't any need to solder then together in your connector. For that matter, you could just use pins 15 and 16 (both GND) since they're closer. Thanks for sharing.
Nice, should work.

Congrats MrJoshua

Perhaps a 1K from Pin 21 to ground we'll have it recognized as a real iPhone accessory.

Anybody have an iPhone dock that can measure resistance between pin 21 and ground?
post #19 of 264
I tried a 1k resistor between 21 and ground and it made no difference to the message that pops up.

(I've digged this BTW )
post #20 of 264
Yes, I can attest to the configuration working since I built my cable awhile back from that exact same link. As far as I know Ken never had it right to begin with since his configuration required the iPhone to be rebooted etc...Upon multiple requests for the pinout from various people here, he never did supply any info to help!

Pinouts for Dock connector:

Pin 2: GND
Pin 3: Right Channel Line Out
Pin 4: Left Channel Line Out

Pin 11 should have a 1K resistor between it and pin 21, and also a jumper wire from pin 11's end of the resistor to Pin 30 of the dock. I've been using this for awhile and it works fine.
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oh man...who can i commission to do this for me? i have a feeling if i try i make fry something important.
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oh man...who can i commission to do this for me? i have a feeling if i try i make fry something important.
This is no more complicated than any other iPod connector, just an extra little wire to make it work and as far as I know, a resistor if you want to skip the accessory message.
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Wow, thanks everyone for all the help and experimentation!
post #24 of 264
before the ipod connector comes, this is my portable setup
post #25 of 264
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before the ipod connector comes, this is my portable setup
Hey, can you measure resistance from pin 21 to 11 and 1/2/30
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post #27 of 264
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sure, it's 3.6k.
Thanks buddy, but which one is this? Pin 21 to 11 or Pin 21 to 1? Just to make sure
post #28 of 264
sorry, I misread it last night, stayed up too late & drank too much
actually from pin 21-1/2/30 is 357K, 21-11 is 11.65M.
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sorry, I misread it last night, stayed up too late & drank too much
actually from pin 21-1/2/30 is 357K, 21-11 is 11.65M.
Perfect, thanks!

A quick note, I'm guessing this is backward compatible, have you tried this with any of the iPods?

Also, one more measurement 11 go ground 1/2/15/16/30 I'm not sure which it would be connected to, but I'm hoping for a short on these.
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Perfect, thanks!

A quick note, I'm guessing this is backward compatible, have you tried this with any of the iPods?

Also, one more measurement 11 go ground 1/2/15/16/30 I'm not sure which it would be connected to, but I'm hoping for a short on these.
they're all measured around 11.25M.
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