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Old 10-28-2008, 11:15 PM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker

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Well, if people are really interested, I did it thusly:

1. I found one of these cables lying around left over from a portable DVD player I don't use anymore

To verify that your cable matches mine, measure the length of the 1/8" 4pin jack against a regular 3-pin headphone's jack and make sure they are the same length. Next, check the electrical circuit with a meter. From the wire-side of the jack it goes Ground, White-tip, Red-tip, Yellow-tip. If your order is different that is fine, all that matters is that Ground is the first pin. If not, then your wiring will be different.

2. Plugged this 1/8" 4pin headphone/composite cable into the long audio adapter which came with my TP

3. I found this splitter/adapter which came with my Mogul and broke it open with a knife


Inside you will see the wires from the TP spreading out and soldered to a breadboard. Each wire/contact is numbered in white on the breadboard and by cutting three wires and re-soldering two, the signals are re-routed to where they need to be.

stock arrangement:
6: Mic, Video Out
7: AudioR
8: Video Sense
9: Headset Sense
10: AGround
11: AudioL

Where I need them:
6: -> 10: Mic, Video Out
7: -> 7: AudioR
8: -> 6: Video Sense
9: -> NC: Headset Sense
10: -> 6: AGround
11: -> 11: AudioL

The wire running to contact 6 needs to be cut and reattached to contact 10.
The wire running to contact 10 needs to be cut and reattached to contact 6.
The wire running to contact 9 needs to be cut and isolated (open circuit).
The wire running to contact 8 needs to run to any ground, so I cut it and reattached to contact 6.

Now I put it back in the plastic case I broke it out of, taped it tightly shut and plug it into the completed cable. The adapter from step 2 above plugs into the newly arranged headset jack and a power adapter can plug into the left alone side with the power jack.

It needs to be said that the order on the RCA end is incorrect. The Red jack is AudioR, the Yellow jack is AudioL, and the White jack is Video. By cutting and resoldering one extra wire this could have been fixed, but I did not bother.
Im officially impressed, good work!!
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Old 10-28-2008, 11:32 PM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker

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Another divx playing program.

www.divx.com/mobile/requirements.php
Thank you, but it introduced another mystery. It seems to play high resolution DivX files better than Coreplayer. But, plug it into a TV and it seems to cut the frame rate in half (compared to Coreplayer which has a blue flicker). Odd behavior. But, it definitely does a better job, so thank you.

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Old 10-28-2008, 11:37 PM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker and Cable Construction

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...5&postcount=19

heres also a way to make the cable and the ground may be his issue with the way he built his not sure though
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Old 10-31-2008, 01:26 AM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker and Cable Construction

So how is cable construction going for other people?
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Old 10-31-2008, 01:44 AM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker and Cable Construction

i built my cable tonight using a different adapter and will post pics and a tutorial tommorrow
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Old 11-01-2008, 11:07 AM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker and Cable Construction

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i built my cable tonight using a different adapter and will post pics and a tutorial tommorrow
It is tomorrow...
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Old 11-01-2008, 02:02 PM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker and Cable Construction

im trying to build using the mogul adapter and a ipod video out cord but only flickering. ill retry and post.
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Old 11-02-2008, 02:59 AM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker and Cable Construction

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...5&postcount=19

heres also a way to make the cable and the ground may be his issue with the way he built his not sure though
made a perfectly working one using that link
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Old 11-04-2008, 09:29 PM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker and Cable Construction

okay so back to the issue at hand. anybody resolved or have any thoughts on the blue flickering problem. i created mine using pzzt guide and i am having the came problems with core player. someone also posted in their forums back on October 11th and core player has no official response.
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Old 11-05-2008, 12:28 AM
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Re: TV-Out Blue Flicker and Cable Construction

It seems other players do not suffer this problem. The DivX mobile player plays fine on the internal screen, but plug in the TV-Out and the frame rate drops by half. This is still preferrable to the blue flicker, but not what we want.

Someone else has suggested that TCPMP does better under TV-Out, but I have not found a version that works well on my TP. Anyone else have CABs to offer?
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