[AusNOG] iPhone serial port
bradley at internode.com.au
Wed Oct 27 12:11:34 EST 2010
That is all sorts of awesome Chris.
Well done, and especially thanks for sharing it.
On 26/10/2010 18:54, Chris Pollock wrote:
> I just finished something I thought some of you might be interested in;
> a usable serial port for an iPhone/iPad/iTouch. All iDevices have a
> serial port built into the dock connector, but it doesn't do anything
> useful out of the box. All you need is a dock connector, a 470kOhm
> resistor, some wire, a soldering iron, a console cable and an RS232 ->
> TTL converter.
> If you take out the time spent figuring out the correct wiring scheme,
> the whole process took about an hour.
> Chris Pollock
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