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Samsung Galaxy SII Dock

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Samsung Galaxy SII Dock by mogor Dec 20, 2012
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Dock (horizontal or vertical) for Samsung Galaxy SII phone. Hole for speaker and USB plug provided.

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  1. Print
  2. Install micro USB plug without plastic housing. Use epoxy glue.

More info, including how to hack USB plug: http://aquaticus.info/samsung-galaxy-sii-dock

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first bug i see is that there is no space for the micro usb cable to go to unless you have a 90 degree end. probably the cable end cannot be bended in such a way that it will fit in your design

I'm aware of this but assumed you must rip off plastic from USB plug. Having only wires it's possible to attach the cable with a bit of epoxy glue.
Usage standard USB plug would require additional 2cm at the bottom and this does not look good.

that sounds indeed as a good reason and solution..... ill implement it when will print it for my girl

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