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'''Yes, but,''' it seems to me, Apple's MagSafe 2 Power Adapters are more discriminating (than Apple's MagSafe "1" Power Adapters) of when to switch-on their output. Aftermarket and counterfeit power supplies which are "always on" (always supplying "running" output potential, rather than a very low potential (to prevent sparking) during no-load state) will work. MagSafe 2 uses same ID data structure as MagSafe 1, so older MacBooks can recognise and accept MagSafe 2 power supplies.
 
[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1325-wip-magsafe-2-to-magsafe-1-converter/|I made a MagSafe 2 to MagSafe 1 converter.] It works.
 
[http://hackaday.com/2017/03/24/magsafe-1-to-magsafe-2-the-cheap-way/|Another idea is to grind a MagSafe bit, to make it match the intersection of MagSafe bit shapes 1 and 2], which I attempted: [https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1354-side-by-side-magsafe-bits/|I ground a MagSafe 2 bit to turn it into a MagSafe Intersection bit].
 
To test, I tried to use it with a MacBookPro7,1 (13-inch, Mid 20102010) and with a MacBookPro6,1 (17-inch, Mid-2010). (If I had access to other MacBooks which have MagSafe 1 inlet, then I would have liked to try it with them.) My 60W A1435 Power Adapter works,works with both MacBookPro6,1 and '''myMacBookPro7,1. '''My 85W A1424 does not work''', with these two 2010 MBP test subject MacBookPro7,1subjects.
To test, I tried to use it with a MacBookPro7,1 (13-inch, Mid 20102010) and with a MacBookPro6,1 (17-inch, Mid-2010). (If I had access to other MacBooks which have MagSafe 1 inlet, then I would have liked to try it with them.) My 60W A1435 Power Adapter works,works with both MacBookPro6,1 and '''myMacBookPro7,1. '''My 85W A1424 does not work''', with these two 2010 MBP test subject MacBookPro7,1subjects.

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'''Yes, but,''' it seems to me, Apple's MagSafe 2 Power Adapters are more discriminating (than Apple's MagSafe "1" Power Adapters) of when to switch-on their output. Aftermarket and counterfeit power supplies which are "always on" (always supplying "running" output potential, rather than a very low potential (to prevent sparking) during no-load state) will work. MagSafe 2 uses same ID data structure as MagSafe 1, so older MacBooks can recognise and accept MagSafe 2 power supplies.
 
[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1325-wip-magsafe-2-to-magsafe-1-converter/|I made a MagSafe 2 to MagSafe 1 converter.] It works.
 
[http://hackaday.com/2017/03/24/magsafe-1-to-magsafe-2-the-cheap-way/|Another idea is to grind a MagSafe bit, to make it match the intersection of MagSafe bit shapes 1 and 2], which I attempted: [https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1354-side-by-side-magsafe-bits/|I ground a MagSafe 2 bit to turn it into a MagSafe Intersection bit].
 
To test, I tried to use it with a MacBookPro7,1 (13-inch, Mid 2010). (If I had access to other MacBooks which have MagSafe 1 inlet, then I would have liked to try it with them.) My 60W A1435 Power Adapter works, and my'''my 85W A1424 does not workwork''', with test subject MacBookPro7,1.
To test, I tried to use it with a MacBookPro7,1 (13-inch, Mid 2010). (If I had access to other MacBooks which have MagSafe 1 inlet, then I would have liked to try it with them.) My 60W A1435 Power Adapter works, and my'''my 85W A1424 does not workwork''', with test subject MacBookPro7,1.

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'''Yes, but,''' it seems to me, Apple's MagSafe 2 Power Adapters are more discriminating (than Apple's MagSafe "1" Power Adapters) of when to switch-on their output. Aftermarket and counterfeit power supplies which are "always on" (always supplying "running" output potential, rather than a very low potential (to prevent sparking) during no-load state) will work. MagSafe 2 uses same ID data structure as MagSafe 1, so older MacBooks can recognise and accept MagSafe 2 power supplies.
 
[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1325-wip-magsafe-2-to-magsafe-1-converter/|I made a MagSafe 2 to MagSafe 1 converter.] It works.
 
[http://hackaday.com/2017/03/24/magsafe-1-to-magsafe-2-the-cheap-way/|Another idea is to grind a MagSafe bit, to make it match the intersection of MagSafe bit shapes 1 and 2], which I attempted: [https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1354-side-by-side-magsafe-bits/|I ground a MagSafe 2 bit to turn it into a MagSafe Intersection bit].
 
To test, I tried to use it with a MacBookPro7,1 (13-inch, Mid 2010). (If I had access to other MacBooks which have MagSafe 1 inlet, then I would have liked to try it with them.) My 60W A1435 Power Adapter works, and my 85W A1424 does not work, with test subject MacBookPro7,1.
To test, I tried to use it with a MacBookPro7,1 (13-inch, Mid 2010). (If I had access to other MacBooks which have MagSafe 1 inlet, then I would have liked to try it with them.) My 60W A1435 Power Adapter works, and my 85W A1424 does not work, with test subject MacBookPro7,1.

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Düzenleyen: unsubstantiated ,

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[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1037-magsafe-barrel-cable-assembly/|Here is one way], [https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1325-wip-magsafe-2-to-magsafe-1-converter/|and another way],'''Yes, but,''' it seems to do it. [http://hackaday.com/2017/03/24/magsafe-1-to-magsafe-2-the-cheap-way/|Anotherme, Apple's MagSafe 2 Power Adapters are more discriminating (than Apple's MagSafe "1" Power Adapters) of when to switch-on their output. Aftermarket and counterfeit power supplies which are "always on" (always supplying "running" output potential, rather than a very low potential (to prevent sparking) during no-load state) will work. MagSafe 2 uses same ID data structure as MagSafe 1, so older MacBooks can recognise and accept MagSafe 2 power supplies.

[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1325-wip-magsafe-2-to-magsafe-1-converter/|I made a MagSafe 2 to MagSafe 1 converter.] It works.

[http://hackaday.com/2017/03/24/magsafe-1-to-magsafe-2-the-cheap-way/|Another
idea is to grind a MagSafe plugbit, to make it match the intersection of MagSafe bit shapes 1 and 2.]2], which I attempted: [https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1354-side-by-side-magsafe-bits/|I ground a MagSafe 2 bit to turn it into a MagSafe Intersection bit].

To test, I tried to use it with a MacBookPro7,1 (13-inch, Mid 2010). (If I had access to other MacBooks which have MagSafe 1 inlet, then I would have liked to try it with them.) My 60W Power Adapter works, and my 85W does not work, with test subject MacBookPro7,1.
[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1037-magsafe-barrel-cable-assembly/|Here is one way], [https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1325-wip-magsafe-2-to-magsafe-1-converter/|and another way],'''Yes, but,''' it seems to do it. [http://hackaday.com/2017/03/24/magsafe-1-to-magsafe-2-the-cheap-way/|Anotherme, Apple's MagSafe 2 Power Adapters are more discriminating (than Apple's MagSafe "1" Power Adapters) of when to switch-on their output. Aftermarket and counterfeit power supplies which are "always on" (always supplying "running" output potential, rather than a very low potential (to prevent sparking) during no-load state) will work. MagSafe 2 uses same ID data structure as MagSafe 1, so older MacBooks can recognise and accept MagSafe 2 power supplies.

[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1325-wip-magsafe-2-to-magsafe-1-converter/|I made a MagSafe 2 to MagSafe 1 converter.] It works.

[http://hackaday.com/2017/03/24/magsafe-1-to-magsafe-2-the-cheap-way/|Another
idea is to grind a MagSafe plugbit, to make it match the intersection of MagSafe bit shapes 1 and 2.]2], which I attempted: [https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1354-side-by-side-magsafe-bits/|I ground a MagSafe 2 bit to turn it into a MagSafe Intersection bit].

To test, I tried to use it with a MacBookPro7,1 (13-inch, Mid 2010). (If I had access to other MacBooks which have MagSafe 1 inlet, then I would have liked to try it with them.) My 60W Power Adapter works, and my 85W does not work, with test subject MacBookPro7,1.

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[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1037-magsafe-barrel-cable-assembly/|Here is one wayway], [https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1325-wip-magsafe-2-to-magsafe-1-converter/|and another way], to do itit. [http://hackaday.com/2017/03/24/magsafe-1-to-magsafe-2-the-cheap-way/|Another idea is to grind a MagSafe plug, to make it match the intersection of MagSafe shapes 1 and 2.]
[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1037-magsafe-barrel-cable-assembly/|Here is one wayway], [https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1325-wip-magsafe-2-to-magsafe-1-converter/|and another way], to do itit. [http://hackaday.com/2017/03/24/magsafe-1-to-magsafe-2-the-cheap-way/|Another idea is to grind a MagSafe plug, to make it match the intersection of MagSafe shapes 1 and 2.]

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: unsubstantiated ,

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[https://68kmla.org/forums/index.php?/gallery/image/1037-magsafe-barrel-cable-assembly/|Here is one way to do it.]

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