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    AnalogArsonist at head-fi.org has found the configuration that gets rid of the "This accessory is not made to work with iPhone" message:

    Connect pin 11 to ground, and connect pin 21 to ground through a ~66K resistor.

    I made my dock last night, and the message is gone. I used two 33K resistors which does make my final resistance weird, but it works. Anyone care to hook up a 100K potentiometer to find out the range of resistor values allowed? We know what number to centre the value around now.

    See his blog post at Analog Arsonist



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    umm good but you have to modify the dock itself for this right?
    Get the latest info for NoAccSplash Here
    Currently it should work on iOS 4.x - 6.x
    If you'd like to help extend its functionality, the source is also available.

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    It depends on what you mean by "the dock." If you're making your own line out dock with parts from say, Ridax or Spark Fun Electronics, this bit of information is useful and was heretofore not widely known. I thought it was appropriate for the hardware forum.

 

 

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