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    if I sold my 7000 cable in an 8000 box, would you pay $50 bucks for it? There is no difference in anyway any form. Cuz thats what your lookin at doing, paying more for the samething.
    Think of it this way, they don't make 8000 data cables.

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    wow you would think a simple no would have done it. My fault for asking.
    Signature? I am never any good at these so I'll just put my email address.

    [email protected]

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    Thanks I will give it a try

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    Originally posted by thoughtmage
    wow you would think a simple no would have done it. My fault for asking.
    He's just trying to provide an explanation. Maybe you want a simple "no", but others might appreciate the explanation.

    That said, I wonder why the EBay sellers don't put "VX8000" in the title of their auction item along with "VX7000".
    Procrastination is the thief of time.
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    Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a
    little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.

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    The mind gets too empty.

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    Ya your right maybe I am just better at saying things so that they don't sound rude.

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    Originally posted by thoughtmage
    Ya your right maybe I am just better at saying things so that they don't sound rude.
    I didn't think how Brandondork said it was rude.

    Woohoo, this is my 400th post!

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    he didn't I did.

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    Hey, I am computer illiterate so can someone help me? I have the bitpim and the cable. It got the info off the 7000 but it will not do anything with the 8000. I want to transfer my ringers and hopefully my games to my new 8000. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? I tried changing the settings to "another cdma phone" but that did not work. Anything I try on the 8000 says a fatal error accured. Thanks for any help!!! Oh, I have some video that is important that I would like to transfer too. Thanks again!
    Last edited by squish37; 02-26-2005 at 06:18 PM.
    I love this phone and this forum!

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    Free WAP?

    Can somone explain how to change the IP address and port # to get free WAP? I read in the VZW forum that IP address 66.119.33.134, Port #8000 is a pretty reliable Web service provider. Thanks.

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    BitPim 0.7.27

    According to their Web site, the changes in BitPim 0.7.27 vs. 0.7.26 are as follows.
    Code:
        * Added the capability to import data from vCalendar data files.
        * Mac Now have the Metal appearance. Will not be getting an 'i' prefix. Download is reduced in size by a third.
        * Sanyo SCP-7300 Increased wallpaper size from 132x144 to 132x176.
        * Sanyo MM-7400 Reading and writing of calendar should work
        * Samsung SPH-A620/VGA1000Work around buggy phone software that caused the apparent number of numbers in phone to increase with repeated writes of phonebook. Preserve birthdays, where possible, when writting phonebook.
        * LG Phones The length of memos has been increased to what each phone model supports (64 chars on VX4500 and VX6100, 48 on VX4600, 32 on all other models.)
        * SK6100/SK Music Slider (Pelephone, Israel) Added basic read-only access to the phonebook.
        * Samsung SCH-A670 Some fixes and enhancements:
              o Create media directories if they do not exist.
              o For contact names, if Full name is not specified, will use "First Middle Last" combination.
              o jpeg is now the default wallpaper format, which will allow these images to be reliably used as contact pix id.
              o Video clips can now be downloaded with other wallpaper images.
    It doesn't mention anything specifically about VX8000.

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    Can we add to the tutorial how to send pix, ringtones, and mp3s to our phones without a data cable?
    -Danny

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    well...

    Originally posted by dan7u
    Can we add to the tutorial how to send pix, ringtones, and mp3s to our phones without a data cable?
    The thread is a tutorial/guide for using BitPim. You cant use BitPim without the cable. So adding what you've requested wouldnt fit the topic.

    Do a search, there are alot of threads on sending the emails. Basically just send whatever you want to "[email protected]". There are some requirements, so do the search to get all the information you need.

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    Re: well...

    Originally posted by F34R
    The thread is a tutorial/guide for using BitPim. You cant use BitPim without the cable. So adding what you've requested wouldnt fit the topic.

    ...
    I respectfully disagree. This is a tutorial for the LG VX8000. That transcends just the BitPim stuff. Granted, when Brandondork initially created this thread, it was tailored for BP specifically. But a moderator changed the title to make it clear that all tips and how-to guides related to the VX8000 should be mentioned in this thread. Hopefully, as other good advice is given, a moderator can updated the first post of this thread to mention it.

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    I'm having some problems with Bitpim and I'm hopeing someone else here has had the same problems and know's what's up.

    I also installed QPST and the phone shows up fine, and the directory shows up fine. No problems getting to my files.

    In Bitpim settings, my phone is on COM5 and I choose vx7000 (I've tried others and this problem happens with them all).

    The phone is showing up because when I go in to the filesystem on Bitpim, everything is there.

    However, when I try to "get phone data" I get a popup window error and it says the following:

    An unexpected exception has occurred.
    Please see the help for details on what to do.

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "gui.pyo", line 152, in run
    File "gui.pyo", line 92, in __call__
    File "gui.pyo", line 1160, in getdata
    File "gui.pyo", line 1154, in getfundamentals
    File "com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 97, in getfundamentals
    File "com_lg.pyo", line 654, in getwallpaperindices
    File "com_lg.pyo", line 451, in getmediaindex
    File "com_lg.pyo", line 475, in getindex
    File "p_lgvx7000.pyo", line 398, in readfrombuffer
    File "prototypes.pyo", line 986, in readfrombuffer
    File "p_lgvx7000.pyo", line 260, in readfrombuffer
    File "prototypes.pyo", line 338, in readfrombuffer
    File "prototypes.pyo", line 1180, in getnextbytes
    IndexError: Trying to read 84 bytes starting at 1540 which will go beyond end of 1596 byte buffer

    Variables by last 8 frames, innermost last

    Frame getwallpaperindices in com_lg.pyo at line 654
    self = <com_lgvx7000.Phone instance at 0x01EE3C88>
    results = Keys ['groups', 'uniqueserial']
    {'uniqueserial': 'a1520fc40a972d95e58598bf590e5c1d460c2d59', 'groups': {0: {'nam

    Frame getmediaindex in com_lg.pyo at line 451
    maxentries = 50
    builtins = ()
    key = 'wallpaper-index'
    media = Keys []
    {}
    self = <com_lgvx7000.Phone instance at 0x01EE3C88>
    results = Keys ['groups', 'uniqueserial']
    {'uniqueserial': 'a1520fc40a972d95e58598bf590e5c1d460c2d59', 'groups': {0: {'nam
    maps = (('images', 'dload/image.dat', 'dload/imagesize.dat', 'dload/img', 100, 50, 0),)
    sizefile = 'dload/imagesize.dat'
    typemajor = 0
    indexfile = 'dload/image.dat'
    directory = 'dload/img'
    lowestindex = 100
    type = 'images'

    Frame getindex in com_lg.pyo at line 475
    self = <com_lgvx7000.Phone instance at 0x01EE3C88>
    buf = <prototypes.buffer instance at 0x01F370F8>
    g = <p_lgvx7000.indexfile object at 0x01EBE250>
    filename = 'dload/image.dat'

    Frame readfrombuffer in p_lgvx7000.pyo at line 398
    self = <p_lgvx7000.indexfile object at 0x01EBE250>
    buf = <prototypes.buffer instance at 0x01F370F8>

    Frame readfrombuffer in prototypes.pyo at line 986
    x = <p_lgvx7000.indexentry object at 0x01F3B7F0>
    self = <prototypes.LIST object at 0x01F31DB0>
    buf = <prototypes.buffer instance at 0x01F370F8>

    Frame readfrombuffer in p_lgvx7000.pyo at line 260
    self = <p_lgvx7000.indexentry object at 0x01F3B7F0>
    buf = <prototypes.buffer instance at 0x01F370F8>

    Frame readfrombuffer in prototypes.pyo at line 338
    self = <prototypes.STRING object at 0x01F3B850>
    buf = <prototypes.buffer instance at 0x01F370F8>

    Frame getnextbytes in prototypes.pyo at line 1180
    self = <prototypes.buffer instance at 0x01F370F8>
    howmany = 84
    It happens every single time I try to get phone data. I've trying to grab phonebook, wallpaper and ringers. Any ideas? the help file isn't very helpful other than to report the error if it keeps happening.

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    ive tried to email myself ringtones or sound clips but it wont load on my phone..... can somoene help me with this. I do nto have the cable yet i am just trying to get something otehr than the plain ringers til i get get the cable

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