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weird 6mm by 2mm charging?

Discussion in 'Other Mobile Devices' started by Patrlck, Dec 1, 2017.

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  1. Patrlck

    Patrlck Thread Starter

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    about a year ago from now i recieved a pair of blutooth headphones for christmas(side, i would recomend the headphones, they are philps SHB8750NC) however recently their usb micro b broke due to my own clumsyness. However not all hope is lost becasuse i found a port that seems to be for charging hiding underneath a rubber thing. The dimentions for this soket are 6mm by 2mm, 20171201_193540.jpg however i cannot find any products that seem to match the port online :'(. please if anyone knows what this connector type is then please let me know
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    It is impossible to identify the port from the pics although it does appear to have the design of a mini usb
    My guess is that it is NOT a charging socket
    WHY would they put another charging socket under a cover
    I would go with some manner of test socket as I cannot see it listed in the manual
    https://www.download.p4c.philips.com/files/s/shb8750nc_27/shb8750nc_27_dfu_aen.pdf

    Suggest you check all on the forum
    http://www.supportforum.philips.com/en/search.php?searchid=5214072
    for the model and if not post the question on the forum - what is the socket underneath the rubber cover
     
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