Cool! This is an cool feature most other phones did not offer!
But I prefer an "internal" solution to preserve the USB-port. Is it
possible to use this pcb to insert it to the place there the additional
sensor-/ navigation- board was installed in GTA02- version?
Then we can connect it with the RS232- pins, as You proposed before? The
only problem left is, we need a solution for the antenna/ coil. Maybe we
can use an little bit thicker back-/ battery-cover made by an 3D-printer
(like an modified cover based on "slyon's")?
My wishes for 2017:
- lets make QtMoKo working complete with exiting hardware (incl. camera,
bluetooth,....) and Debian packages
- maybe an Replicant with complete support
- 2018: GTA06 (complete new hardware, to get rid of limitations like
obsolete hardware......) with sunlight-readable display, new LTE/GSM-hw,
From: H. Nikolaus Schaller
Sent: Saturday, 31 December 2016 16:39
To: Tinkerphones Community
Reply To: List for Openmoko community discussion
Cc: List for Openmoko community discussion
Subject: latest Openmoko/GTA04 tinkering: wireless charger
I spent some time to develop a Qi charger for the GTA01/02/04 devices
and here its is: