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September 21, 2004 12:47:02 PM

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I have the USB/LGVX6000 cable, and have downloaded BitPim.

I would like to import the pictures from my phone onto my PC, but when
i run BitPim it only imports a few of the pictures (the basic pics
that came with the phone).

How can I transfer the pics I have taken with the camera onto my PC?
Do I need different software?

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Anonymous
September 21, 2004 11:45:56 PM

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Molly wrote:
> How can I transfer the pics I have taken with the camera onto my PC?
> Do I need different software?

BitPim imports the camera pictures as well.

Roger
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September 22, 2004 4:17:50 AM

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Roger, have you been able to acquire the use of a VX7000 yet?



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Anonymous
September 22, 2004 4:17:51 AM

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Middleman wrote:
> Roger, have you been able to acquire the use of a VX7000 yet?

Yes, RPI Wireless sent me one. I did the code last weekend for
reading the phonebook, wallpapers and ringtones. The phonebook
will write but I have to add some more code to munge some data
as the VX7000 phonebook is very constrained. And still have to
do wallpaper and ringtone writing code. (Yet again it is very
different from previous models).

Roger
Anonymous
September 22, 2004 10:19:08 AM

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If you can figure out how to change the MMS server (somewhere in NVRAM
no doubt) then you can do what us v710 users do and redirect your
"Send to PixPlace" and "Send in Message" options to your computer...

http://www.nuclearelephant.com/projects/smilgw/


mocamo@excite.com (Molly) wrote in message news:<239b89fb.0409210747.2cbdd2c4@posting.google.com>...
> I have the USB/LGVX6000 cable, and have downloaded BitPim.
>
> I would like to import the pictures from my phone onto my PC, but when
> i run BitPim it only imports a few of the pictures (the basic pics
> that came with the phone).
>
> How can I transfer the pics I have taken with the camera onto my PC?
> Do I need different software?
Anonymous
September 22, 2004 4:52:44 PM

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"Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
news:18e722-thi.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
> Middleman wrote:
> > Roger, have you been able to acquire the use of a VX7000 yet?
>
> Yes, RPI Wireless sent me one. I did the code last weekend for
> reading the phonebook, wallpapers and ringtones. The phonebook
> will write but I have to add some more code to munge some data
> as the VX7000 phonebook is very constrained. And still have to
> do wallpaper and ringtone writing code. (Yet again it is very
> different from previous models).
>
> Roger
>


Looking forward to seeing BITPIM for the 7000 :-)

--
JennL
Anonymous
September 23, 2004 3:38:23 AM

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No, you need to learn how to use the software.

Roger Binns is the author of Bitpim and is on here a lot. But the best thing
is for you is to study the help files with the program and hang around on
the Bitpim group more..:-)

Basically you have to go into the filesystem and find the camera folder.


"Molly" <mocamo@excite.com> wrote in message
news:239b89fb.0409210747.2cbdd2c4@posting.google.com...
> I have the USB/LGVX6000 cable, and have downloaded BitPim.
>
> I would like to import the pictures from my phone onto my PC, but when
> i run BitPim it only imports a few of the pictures (the basic pics
> that came with the phone).
>
> How can I transfer the pics I have taken with the camera onto my PC?
> Do I need different software?
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