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  • What do I do first?
    phone again by clicking on the detect phone button on the toolbar or selecting Edit Detect Phone from the menu Note Not all phone support AutoDetection See here for a list of phones BitPim can AutoDetect BitPim may not be able to AutoDetect phones connected via Bluetooth If AutoDetect fails BitPim will give you the option to open the Settings dialog so that you can configure your phone manually Press the Phone Wizard button in the Settings dialog to have BitPim help you choose your phone and it s connection to your computer The next step is to get your data from your phone into BitPim Press the Get Data button on the toolbar or select Data Get Phone Data from the menu You will then be given a choice of what to get Initially it is worth getting everything so you can see what is on your phone If an option is disabled and you cannot select it this means that BitPim does not support this feature on your phone BitPim will automatically detect your phone and transfer all data selected from the phone If you look in the status bar you will see that BitPim is busy and

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/tour-gettingdata.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Editing your data
    it s data For wallpaper and ringtones you can right click on items to get a menu or you can just drag and drop new files into BitPim For phonebook and calendar you double click on the item you want to edit More detailed help is available in the Tree Items reference BitPim automatically saves all changes to your hard disk There is no need to manually save or load

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/tour-edit.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Sending your changes to the phone
    to the phonebook within BitPim In the right hand columns you have a choice of adding or replacing both choices aren t available on all data types Add The items you have in BitPim will be added to those already on the phone For example if you only have mycat bmp in the wallpaper folder then that will be added to the existing wallpapers on the phone Note that if there is already an item with the same name then it will be overwritten with the new item of the same name Replace All items in BitPim will replace those in the same category on the phone For example if you have 3 wallpaper items in BitPim you will end up with only the same 3 items on the phone All others will be removed Operations talking to your phone are done in the background The status bar will show that BitPim is busy You can still navigate around but you should not make any changes until BitPim is no longer busy BitPim will reload data after talking to the phone anyway This is because it may have to have changed some of the data as it wrote to the

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/tour-saving.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Troubleshooting
    Troubleshooting Ports Serial communications Linux Issues Previous Sending your changes to the phone TOC Table of Contents Next Ports Serial communications BitPim Online Help built 17 January 2010

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/troubleshooting.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Linux Issues
    be installed As an example the following shows how to get BitPim to work on a freshly installed Ubuntu Linux 5 10 a Debian based distribution After converting the BitPim RPM package to deb format with alien the package is installed as a Debian package is When BitPim is run the last line of errors is ImportError libstdc so 5 cannot open shared object file No such file or directory Ubuntu 5 1 uses libstdc so 6 The old library can co exist with the 6 library On a networked system the compatibility library can be installed with apt get install libstdc 5 At this point running BitPim will give the error ImportError libtiff so 3 cannot open shared object file No such file or directory Ubuntu 5 1 uses libtiff so 4 In this case there is no compatibility library for the 3 version However forcing the system to use the newer shared library seems to work This may or may not work with other libraries that may be missing on other distributions To force the newer tiff library to be used do the following cd usr lib ln s libtiff so 4 libtiff so 3 Fedora Core 5 also is missing libstdc so 5 by default This library can be installed with yum install compat libstdc 33 USB Device Permissions When a user logs into an X window session on the console of a Linux machine the system changes the ownership of many devices to the user logging in The ACM and USB devices used by phones may or may not be configured with the right ownership or permissions to be accessible by the user The Linux USB Howto gives more information on how to configure the system to properly set these device permissions zipimport ZipImportError On some

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/trouble-linux-issues.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Reference
    Calendar Import Wizard Calendar Import Preset Create New BitPim Data Storage Create Trouble Report Tree Items Phone Phonebook Media Calendar Memo Todo SMS Call History Play List T9 Editor Filesystem Log Protocol Log Howtos Backups Multiple Users Data Directories Import Calendar Data Import Outlook Notes Tasks Add Ringtones Add Images Set category Do Data Recording USB Linux USB Setup Mac USB Setup Windows USB Setup Vendor and Product ids BitPim

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/reference-top.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Dialog boxes
    Restore Files Get Phone Data Send Phone Data Editing Calendar Events Merging phonebook entries Audio Conversion Calendar Import Image Preview Calendar Merge Calendar Import Wizard Calendar Import Preset Create New BitPim Data Storage Create Trouble Report Previous Reference Up Reference

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/dialogs.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Settings
    working on By default it is a subdirectory named bitpim of your My Documents folder It contains necessary folders such as phonebook calendar and wallpaper You should not put other files in these folders Every time you download data from the phone it deletes ALL the contents of these folders and puts new content in them Config File This is the name and path of the configuration file that BitPim is using Phone Type Select the model name of your phone Only select the model that exactly matches your phone Selecting a similar model number could damage your phone Use the Phone Wizard button to have BitPim help you choose your phone and select how it is connected to your computer Com port This is the serial port that will be used to talk to your phone Click the browse button to see the list of valid ports on your machine The Phone Wizard will let you choose and test the Com port Com Timeout This sets the timeout value for transferring data from to the phone The default value is 3 0 seconds For some phone models increasing this value may help to reduce eliminate Timeout conditions Check for Update This sets the frequency with which BitPim automatically checks for any program updates Startup Enabling this option forces BitPim to display the Today tab upon startup When disabled BitPim displays the last tab that was previously viewed TaskBar Icon Windows only Enabling this option places the BitPim icon in the System Tray when BitPim is minimized Autodetect at Startup Enabling this option causes BitPim to automatically detect the phone at startup If disabled BitPim will use the phone settings from the previous time it was run Disable this option if you run BitPim without your phone connected to prevent

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/ref-settings.htm (2016-02-14)
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