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    Dock Question

    Am I correct that the official Google Dock plugs into a 110 wall outlet? It appears that the aftermarket docks only get their power from a computer, is this correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbmmm View Post
    Am I correct that the official Google Dock plugs into a 110 wall outlet? It appears that the aftermarket docks only get their power from a computer, is this correct?

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    I am not sure about other 3rd party docks, but the Google dock plugs in to the wall.
    Bought the AT&T N1.

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    This nexus one dock has a wall charger and a data cable for the computer. Also comes with an extra battery slot charger.

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    You can use the Google dock either with AC adapter or USB connection to PC. The USB is for power only. It will not connect and mout as USB drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbmmm View Post
    Am I correct that the official Google Dock plugs into a 110 wall outlet? It appears that the aftermarket docks only get their power from a computer, is this correct?

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    1. YES

    2. Depends on which aftermarket doc.

    What makes the Google Doc nice is its ability to stream audio to your stereo and access other Nexus features as it charges.



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    Quote Originally Posted by keyplyr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by herbmmm View Post
    Am I correct that the official Google Dock plugs into a 110 wall outlet? It appears that the aftermarket docks only get their power from a computer, is this correct?

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    1. YES

    2. Depends on which aftermarket doc.

    What makes the Google Doc nice is its ability to stream audio to your stereo and access other Nexus features as it charges.



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    The big reason I want it it because it puts it in Home mode with the clock and weather features enabled by default
    Bought the AT&T N1.

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    With that "home mode" that the phone is put into on the dock. Does it originally show the clock app for a few minutes then switch to a much more bland green clock that just shows the time and date? I like being able to look over at my nightstand and also see the current temp outside. Is there a way to keep it in the standard clock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kluggy View Post
    With that "home mode" that the phone is put into on the dock. Does it originally show the clock app for a few minutes then switch to a much more bland green clock that just shows the time and date? I like being able to look over at my nightstand and also see the current temp outside. Is there a way to keep it in the standard clock?
    It does change to the "bland green clock" after 5 minutes to conserve energy. I'm not aware of anyway to modify that.



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