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    Is there a mod to make this possible?

    I've got a Galaxy Note 10.1 and would love to be able to use my Touchpad Touchstone for it (especially since a Touchstone mod already exists for my Galaxy S3.)
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    A lot of the electronics that make the Touchpad's Touchstone interface work aren't available in a kit form, so if you care about finally making this work, you'd have to invest a whole more time and effort... It's just not a weekend project at this point....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remy X View Post
    A lot of the electronics that make the Touchpad's Touchstone interface work aren't available in a kit form, so if you care about finally making this work, you'd have to invest a whole more time and effort... It's just not a weekend project at this point....
    So then, I'm guessing it wouldn't be as simple as just pulling a coil from the back of the Touchpad and putting it in the Note 10.1 (as is the case with a Galaxy S3 Touchpad conversion)...
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    I'm sure Mr. Whitby has some view on the possibility for such a mod :-)

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    @Herrie,

    Rod has said that there's a logic board involved in making this work. So a coil alone is not enough...

    @OP, AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK $the$ $Galaxy$ $S3$ $was$ $supposed$ $to$ $ship$ $with$ $inductive$ $charging$, $so$ $it$ $has$ $the$ $proper$ $hardware$ $for$ $a$ $drop$-$in$ $mod$...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renderhaus View Post
    Is there a mod to make this possible?

    I've got a Galaxy Note 10.1 and would love to be able to use my Touchpad Touchstone for it (especially since a Touchstone mod already exists for my Galaxy S3.)
    I don't know if this would work? If I had a non-webOS tablet, I'd give it a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoApple View Post
    I don't know if this would work? If I had a non-webOS tablet, I'd give it a go.

    DIY NEW Wireless Charging Battery Coil Receiver From HP Palm Pixi Touchstone | eBay
    Hey

    The 1 amp Pre/Pixi coil and a 2 amp Touchpad coil are two different things. You can't put a Pre+ on a Touchpad charger and expect it to work.

    Like i said, the Touchpad's coil can be used, but without designing a logic board to interface with it, it's useless for receiving the full 2 amps. Otherwise Rod Whitby wouldn't have built a Nexus 7 to charge on two phone touchstones!
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    Well it is possible, but as of now, no one has done it.

    You would probably need some basic electrical knowledge and have a multimeter to find the points where you could solder on a TS coil. Maybe schematics are out there somewhere? I don't know... And then amps come up...

    The S3 was easy because it already had easy-access-points for wireless charging equipment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoApple View Post
    I don't know if this would work? If I had a non-webOS tablet, I'd give it a go.

    DIY NEW Wireless Charging Battery Coil Receiver From HP Palm Pixi Touchstone | eBay
    You can try

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