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    Does anyone know which pin(s) on the bottom charge/sync connector control the sync function? That connector FELL OUT of my phone yesterday (my fourth TREO, BTW) and, altho I managed to solder it back in place, and can charge now, no joy in syncing. AND since I needed to unplug the battery to do the work, I know a have a totally viginal, hard reset 270 with no way to re-sync. HELP!
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    Treo pin out:
    1.......15
    5 hot sinc+ gnd
    6 gnd
    7 usb -
    8 usb +
    12,13 gnd
    14,15 5,2v
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    Anyone know how I can get audio from this connector?
    Bound to be possible as the car kit connects using it.
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    I belive the car adapter uses the headset jack for audio in/out via separate cable. Not sure though, don't have one. I say this only because I've been researching it myself, and can't find a way to get audio out the connector.

    check out the developer's guide on the palm site at:

    http://pluggedin.palmone.com/regac/p...edin&docId=850


    You'll have to register to see it, but it's free. This has everything you need to know.
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    You are right.
    The GSM one gets audio from it.
    Although, their support is clueless.
    The dev guide shows audio only coming from the headset jack.
    Wonder if the GSM setup acts as a USB device to translate the audio?
    If true, it could also mean you can use it on a PC as a speaker phone!
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    using it as a speaker phone would be a strech. I also doubt that it becomes a USB device as the treo can't be a usb host.

    My guess is that the program that must be installed to get the car kit to work, some how reroutes the headset pins to some soft-pins on the connector. The development question then becomes, how does the car kit tell the treo that it should activate? If you could figure this out, reverse engineer it, and apply it, you could make some cool stuff.

    I'm guessing palmone is keeping this process underwraps from developers to prevent competition in this area.

    ALTHOUGH, I did see a picture of a porche with a OEM install of a treo car kit. (i think it was porche, could have been BMW though).

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