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I am trying to find a usb charger for my phone - rectangle 5 pins top and 5 pins bottom

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  • dennis_long9 Jul 02, 2009

    The phone is unbranded, from China or Hong Kong.
    Pocket PDA.
    Inside has S108 and IMEI 135790246811220.
    The port that plugs in to the phone is 6mm wide 2mm deep and the length that plugs in to the phone is 5mm.
    The local phone shop does not recognise it, so I dont think this is a common usb lead.

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Sounds like a miniUSB but without specifying the make and model of the phoone it's a pure guess.

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