Hardware USB cable color problem, trying to make phone usb HUB and adapter

xXMortalKombatXx

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(if i posted on the wrong place please move, it's more about the cables not the mobile phone)



Okay, so I'm making a hub for my phone, so i can connect my keyboard to it with a program i found around the internet, the problem is: the inner colors don't match

1st one:

Green
Blue (if you are thinking about this one being black/dark blue, it is exactly this color)
Orange
White

2nd one:

Black
Green
Red
White


I know the process already, but i need to know, which cables should i connect to the ones that won't match?

1st

Blue
Orange

2nd

Red
Black
 

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I would not trust a single wire on the first cable, as they do not conform to the USB standard and might be misusing the green and white colors. Hooking up the power supply wrong could fry both devices.
What tools do you have for electronics? Do you have a multimeter that can do voltage and resistance?
 

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I couldn't edit my 1st post so i'm making a new one, i opened the hub and it pointed out what i needed, Thanks for the tip though

the 1st one is:

white - VCC
Orange - D+
Green - D-
Blue - GND

Okay i'm hooking my keyboard to my phone, and it works
 
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