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Hi Guys,

Just got a new O2 Orbit 2 and was looking at how to plug my external aerial into it (I live on borderline reception so added an external antenna on the roof that has worked a treat with my XDA Exec/HTC Universal).

However, unlike the pictures of the Touch Cruise I've seen, it only has one rubber plug on the back rather than two (e.g. one for aerial, one for GPS).

First off: any ideas which aerial this is for, phone or GPS? Have they managed both (would seem sensible)?

Second: any ideas where I can get an adapter to plug into it/what the plug is?

TIA,

WhiteMonkey

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Hi Guys,

Just got a new O2 Orbit 2 and was looking at how to plug my external aerial into it (I live on borderline reception so added an external antenna on the roof that has worked a treat with my XDA Exec/HTC Universal).

However, unlike the pictures of the Touch Cruise I've seen, it only has one rubber plug on the back rather than two (e.g. one for aerial, one for GPS).

First off: any ideas which aerial this is for, phone or GPS? Have they managed both (would seem sensible)?

Second: any ideas where I can get an adapter to plug into it/what the plug is?

TIA,

WhiteMonkey


Alas it is for GPS only :D

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Cheers Wardy

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