Originally Posted by Noxide400
1st: $70-$58 for parts for a wire is already expensive enough. I my self wouldn't spend $100 on a wire. Its just crazy to me.
2nd: I post my how to work online here and another idevice site so people can have the information for free if they want to do it. I believe productive information should be free.
3rd: I just want to help. People just don't help one another anymore. Everything comes with a price tag. Besides Apple has enough money already.
So, if your still interested, just hit me up.
I would like to marry you but I assume you are also a dude and I'm already married. You sir/madam are all that is right with the inter webs. I actually registered on this forum just to tell you.
My issue is a little different in that I have a sport bike and have "built in" an iPod listening system that is safe and eyes free for the road. I have a griffin navigate (wired remote) on the left handlebars and a 3 foot 30 pin extension going from it to what passes for a "trunk" on a zx6. The Navigate uses a bunch of power and I only use an old iPod nano (3rd gen I think) so the battery is slowly dying. With your excellent walkthrough I plan to add power to that extension cable so the nano stays topped up on my journeys.
Thank you so much! I am surprised however that no one has ever built a male/female 30 pin device that only adds power and is pass through for everything else. You would think that could be made and sold for about 10 bucks or less. Cheaper even if it was just an adaptor with a micro usb on the side and included no cable.
I had an old wireless remote for the bike that was a male/female 30 pin pass through for the remote add on so it could be used them power plugged in at the bottom. Maybe I'll experiment first on it.