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Charge your USB devices on the go with this cute and compact charger!
Safely and effectively charge your USB-powered devices when you are away from your computer with this handy charger!
Please note: There have been reports that the Minty Boost has issues charging the iPhone 3GS.
Adafruit has also documented the process of designing this kit, in case other people interested in designing and making kits are interested in learning how to start selling their own kits!
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i want to attach a solar panel to the top of the can but what would i have to do to make the battery case to a rechargeable battery case that still works as a ipod charger
I bought the kit at radio shack. Beware that some of the parts look different. It is hard to unsolder and resolder, but I did it. The voltages checked out, even the pins inside the USB connection but then it would NOT charge my or my wife’s iphone. My computer did not like me sticking a common volt meter in the USB port but the voltages are the same as what is stated here and that USB connector will charge the iphones. I know the iphone cords are good. All I can figure is that this is an out of spec USB connector with the kit.
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