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    How about a Link to the vx8000 Driver we should be using please..

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    Originally posted by samsoccerguy
    I have the email address, text comes through but no picture?
    You should put in the create a pix message:

    [email protected] or something like that.

    It should work.

    If someone is trying to send you a picture message, then they need to put the following (when sending from one phone to another or when sending from a email address to another phone):

    [email protected]
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    I just received the USB cable and latest software from RPI but cannot download addresses from phone. The charger works fine. What could be the problem?

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    Originally posted by Spliff Star
    you need vx7000 data cable....



    Thankx but where do i get one. Everyone keeps talking about Furture Dial one at Radio Shack. I have 4 of them (Radio Shacks) & no one at any of them know what i'm talking about.

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    anyone have any suggestions on which usb cable to get. the people on ebay are saying you need one thing and someone else says you need this type of plug. any links or names of good cables to buy and i was just gonna order one and download that bitpim software. thanks peece
    what you thought it was

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    in a way there is NO 8000 data cable. You need the 7000 data cable (it's the same fit, size). You can buy a data cable without drivers, but i recommend u buy the cable from the guy I do, he's on ebay, his ebay name is " coolwireless ". I've used him for other things, also my old 6000 data cable which still works a year later! If you buy a data cable and can't find drivers... sorry I have no info for you, maybe someone knows more about that. I'm about done learning anything else on this phone. Though I'm still working on getting video ringtones, and then having music video ringtones... fo sho!

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    Originally posted by Brandondork
    You can buy a data cable without drivers, but i recommend u buy the cable from the guy I do, he's on ebay, his ebay name is " coolwireless ". I've used him for other things


    I can't seem 2 find this guy. However i do see a guy named "infinitewireless". Is this the same guy?

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    Originally posted by jsja
    I can't seem 2 find this guy. However i do see a guy named "infinitewireless". Is this the same guy?
    not sure... but u want it to be the 7000 cable WITH cd

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    Lightbulb vx8000 data cable answers

    personally, i have a vx7000 but my friend has a vx8000(im pretty jealous i should have waited 2 months). anyway i have my data cable set up on my comp and i hooked it up to his phone and it worked perfectly. so for all of u who are wondering what stuff to use. i have a data cable designed fo rthe vx6000 that is shaved down to fit my 7000. its a futuredial cable i got from radio shack and once i got that i used the futuredail drivers online. i used qpst and it recognized right away. i would suggest joining http://www.s-c-u-m.com/cell/ it got me everything i needed.

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    I am having some trouble transferring data between my phone & PC.

    This is what it says on the first entry for this thread:

    "Go into BitPim and open up the “dload” tree. "

    I have installed BitPim version 0.7.25. But I do not see how to get to the "dload" tree as it says. What am I doing wrong?

    My screen looks like this...
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    bitpim

    you have to go to view/viewfilesystem then a new screen will pop up

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    Thank you! It worked!

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    Stoik Video Converter

    I should clarify what Brandondork said in the first post. Stoik Video Converter has 2 versions, where one is free to use a less feature-rich version and the other costs $30 to use the "Pro" version.

    I don't know if the free version can convert .3g2 to .avi (or something else) since his videohelp.com link indicates that only the Pro version does so.

    Brandon, please clarify. Thanks.
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    Tip to Keep Internal & External Displays Always On

    FAUguy provided this tip.

    This is for everyone that hates it when the external and internal displays go black after 2 minutes. You can fix this by going into the Service Menu. Keep in mind, if after doing this you turn your phone off and on, this will be reset back to factory default.

    1) Press "OK"
    2) Press "0" (zero)
    3) Service Code "000000" (six zeros)
    4) Select "2. Field Test"
    5) Select "*. Power Save Mode"
    6) Select "Off" and OK
    7) Clear out of service mode

    Now the internal and exteral displays will not turn black after 2 minutes. According to those who've implemented this, it does not seem to drain the battery much faster than the default scenario.

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