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Cell antenna for LG CU500

I want to add an antenna which will boost my reception.
What is your recommendation for type.
Where is the connector for the antenna? Is it same as earphone jack?

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There is a small round rubber plug on the back of the phone above the battery, below and to the left of the camera lens that I believe is an antenna jack.

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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I hope everybody visiting this webpage will find this answer useful.

First of all, ignore the antenna connector recommended within the RAC Sat Nav 200 manual, it's wrong.

What you need is the :

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180 degrees straight connector.

Make sure it's a MMCX straight connector.

Plug in the antenna and within half a minute of typing your postcode destination into the Sat Nav the reception will have been picked up.

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