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Re: Does Gogear charge via the USB plug or only via the...
You should be able to use the play side but I do not think you will be able to charge it.
The transmitter side is taken from the earphone socket.
The power comes from the mains plug via. the Philips lead and is at 5 volts.
I could be telling you wrong as I do not know what adaptor you are looking to purchase.
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there is a device on the market that plugs into the cigarette lighter socket from which you can charge the car battery
it has a small 12 v battery in it and this gives a voltage to activate the car battery
try auto spare shops and battery shops for it
it may also be available fro a good tool shop in the battery and elecrical section
You can Charge a HTC Wildfire S via a wall socket (240V Australia) the cigarette lighter in your car or by plugging it into any USB port. The phone comes with all the hardware to make use of these options.
the plug in unit is probably drawing more amps than the lighter socket will cater for. Check that the fault is not in the unit. Check for total current draw of the machine. As a last resort use the machine directly coupled to the battery
You can buy an FM transmitter. They have styles that plug into the cigarette lighter in your car, or some that will take batteries. Most that I've seen are of pretty good quality, I have one made by Griffin.
Hello kdiltzbook, Most GPS units can be charged three different ways: 1. Connection to a computer via USB port 2. Connection to a automobile via cigarette lighter plug 3. Connection to a wall outlet via an AC adapter Typically most GPS devices these days include only the USB cord. Some GPS units also include the cigarette lighter plug. For most GPS units the cigarette lighter plug and AC adapter are optional accessories have to be purchased in addition to the GPS. You don't mention which model of Magellan GPS you have so I am not sure which cords your GPS should have included. It sounds like you have the cigarette lighter cord and the USB cord? I am sure that Magellan has an AC adapter available for your GPS. You will want to contact them directly (their website is http://www.magellangps.com) or visit an electronics store that sells Magellan GPS receivers (such as Best Buy™) to purchase the adapter. However, most GPS receivers can be charged from the USB programming cord on the computer. However, ensure you are plugging the cord directly into a USB 2.0 on the computer itself NOT a port on a USB hub.(A USB hub may not output enough power to actually power and charge the GPS.) You will also want to check and replace the fuse on the automobile plug. I believe that both the USB and automobile cords should be charging the GPS. If neither adapter is charging the unit then the problem may be the GPS unit itself.The GPS may have a bad battery or problem with its charge circuitry.If that’s the case the unit may require factory service as the battery pack is generally not considered to be end user replaceable.
you can charge it via the usb or cigarette lighter. either method will work and i am not aware of any problems created by using the lighter. that really should be the primary charge method as it is expected to be used in the car. is it charging on your computer. if it is, but not on the lighter you may want to ensure that the lighter is itself working correctly and then also check to make sure that the fuse in the car charger is intact. just a few suggestions