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Diagram fr audio 2 usb cable means data &charging both in one fr shuffle apple ipod

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Yes, the charging is done via the 5 volts supplied on the USB cable.

Google this: ipod shuffle usb cable diagram

That will bring up the diagram!

Posted on Apr 23, 2010

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