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John Woodell

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woodie4 Before stumbling across this site, I created my own mount: https://medium.com/@JohnWoodell/smartphone-dash-mount-fea0a4527369#.29o2bj6x9 I'd prefer the 3D printed option because it's less clunky, but I'm also interested in figuring out how to get power from the dock, and possible include a 12V cigarette lighter jack that can take a small USB adapter.
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