if i put resistors inside the Apple 30 pin charger can i still use it for sync? how would that connection go? can't find anything online
like d+ and d- need to be tied to a certain voltage.. can i still solder them directly to usb d+ and d- ? would that work? or should i just make a second cable as a "charging adapter" instead? i know there are cables that recognize as chargers and also work for sync and i wanna know how they do it
Apple device in question is an iPod touch 3rd gen btw
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