After the iPhone with a USB-C port, this is the first Android... with a Lightning port

After the iPhone with a USB-C port, this is the first Android… with a Lightning port

Ken Bellonel, a Swiss robot engineering student who has already achieved the feat of integrating a USB-C port on an iPhone, set himself a whole new challenge on April 1st: integrating the Lightning port… into an Android smartphone.

Samsung with Lightning port…we’ve seen it all. // Source: Exploring Simulation (Kenny Pi)

Ken Billonel, alias Kenny Bay for the YouTube simulation exploration channel, isn’t on his first try. This Swiss robotic engineering student, who was already I was able to integrate a USB-C port on my iPhone X. A few months ago, he apparently fell into the game’s trap and decided to repeat the feat, and this time he took the other side: merging a port. Lightning On smart phone robot.

Replace USB-C with a lightning port to rebalance the universe

In this New video Posted on April 1, explains that he set himself the challenge of converting a file Samsung Galaxy A51 It features a standard USB-C 2.0 port in a build with a Lightning port that would annoy any Android fanatic.

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Requires 1st of April, we are not immune to other fish. So we take this video with caution and can’t take this achievement for granted until we see more. According to the first images shared by the videographer, the task is still challenging but not impossible.

Do not think that changing the connector of a smartphone is very easy. To replace the USB-C port with a Lightning port, you must study the entire electronics of the printed circuit of the smartphone to find a workaround. This little feat makes you smile, at a time when Europe is trying to compel it an Apple to me Switch to USB Type-C

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The worst part is that it works

The Lightning port, once installed, can be fully functional and handle charging as well as data transfer for the device. On the other hand, this isn’t of much importance… and that’s what the young engineer questioned Engadget He is well aware of this:

“iPhone cables are shielded, they can only charge Apple devices. So I had to find a way to trick the cable into thinking it was connected to an Apple device. And everything had to fit into the phone, which is another challenge in itself. (…) I don’t expect someone to initiate sane in such a process. It was just for fun, I just wanted to see if I could do it.”

This also says that a video detailing the process should be up soon. Perhaps this initiative has the advantage of showing fans of Apple and Android that they aren’t all that different. We can dream.

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