[quote name='razvanesq80;20248]Hello! I opened the connector but apparently the order of the wires don't match. in your case is BLUE' date='YELLOW,RED,BROWN, and in my case is YELLOW,BROWN,BLUE,RED!!! what should i do? go on with the instructions exactly as you described them or it is not a good idea?[/QUOTE']Very odd. But I suppose it is possible with poor QC or a model or cable manufacturer engineering change. Or even an Eken clone/knockoff.I would urge caution. Do not connect anything unless you are personally confident that pin connections are correct at both ends. 1.) I assume you have an Eken M001 like mine and it is the OEM cable. If not where is the cable from?2.) A more important question than the colors is, where were those pins in the connector -- do you have the original pin positions written down? 3.) If the cable manufacturer simply changed wire colors but connected the same pins in the Apple type connector to the same pins in the USB connector in the original cable, then the colors are just different. Did you test it as a slave mode cable first, before taking it apart? Did it work, or was it a bad cable?4.) On the other hand, if there was some actual wiring change in the tablet and cable, then the method I used should not be used until you figure out what each color means, and make any necessary adjustments. If you do not have the pin numbers written down, then I would not try to re-wire the cable for host mode unless I completely understood the reason for the change.If it was me, I mght buy another cable (any iPhone/Ipod to USB type) and try it as a replacement slave cable. It should work normally. If it does, I'd be fairly confident that the pin numbers used are okay, and the colors are just different.If the colors are the only difference, AND you intend to splice a female USB cable to the other end, as I did, then you should be able to follow the method I used using the same colors I did in the Apple type connector. This is because you are essentially wiring both ends of the cable. The pin connections at both ends will be the same as what I have. You will simply be re-color coding your cable to match mine. So it should be okay.However, I would not suggest re-pinning the Apple connector end and using a USB gender changer plug at the other end. That would not guarantee that the connections are correct, because you would have effectively re-wired only one end.In fact, I have never tested this cable mod with a USB gender changer, only by splicing the female cable end on as shown. The gender changer method is undetermined at this point, using the color coding I used. It could cause problems. Wiring both ends is the safest method, particularly since cables seem to vary in color coding -- as seen above.