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  • Import Outlook Notes/Tasks
    Import Outlook dialog specify the Outlook folder from which to import data Read all the data items from the source folder The Import Outlook dialog will list all the items that have been successfully read Optionally set one or more filtering parameters to eliminate unwanted items Import the data into BitPim by using one of the following methods Replace All First delete all existing calendar data in BitPim and then

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howtos-importoutlooknotes.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Add Ringtones
    the Convert Audio Dialog will be displayed From the Convert Audio Dialog set the appropriate conversion parameters and click on Convert Once the conversion is done create your sound clip by setting the Clip Start Clip Duration and Volume Adjustment parameters and clicking on Set Optionally click on Play Clip to listen to the sound clip and readjust the clip if necessary Once you re satisfied with the sound clip

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howto-addringtones.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Add Images
    Preview Dialog will appear Select the Target of the wallpaper how this wallpaper is being used This selection determines the format and resolution of the wallpaper Using the bounding box select a clip of the source image which would later be converted into the wallpaper Once you re satisfied with the clip click on OK to create the wallpaper and add it to the Wallpaper tab Click on Cancel to

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howto-addimages.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Do Data Recording
    includes Turn on BitPim Data Recording Perform the specific BitPim tasks or functions Turn off BitPim Data Recording To turn on BitPim Data Recording perform the following steps Main menu Debug Data Recording which would then bring up the DR Panel From the DR Panel click on Browse and specify the DR file name location Click on Record to start recording Click on Close to dismiss the DR Panel To

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howtos-datarecording.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • USB
    use it to indicate there is an incoming call or a scanner may use it to indicate that a button has been pressed Bulk This is bidirectional allowing data to be sent to and from the device BitPim talks directly to the bulk interface on devices or via device drivers that talk to tbe bulk interface Isochronous This is used for devices where lots of data is generated and where you don t need 100 reliability An example would be a webcam sending its images Drivers While the method of talking to devices is standardised using USB request blocks each device still needs to have its data interpreted and presented to the operating system in the correct manner For example a USB modem needs to look like a communications port USB speakers need to look like audio devices and a USB keyboard needs to look like a keyboard Device drivers are responsible for hooking into the right level in the host computer and for formatting URBs and interpreting the responses The device drivers use the identification information to hook into the right device Identification Each device is identified by a 16 bit vendor ID and a 16 bit product ID

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/hoto-usbintro.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Linux USB Setup
    PID can also be obtained from the Comm Port Settings dialog Note For more recent versions of hotplug it is considered better form to create the file etc hotplug usb usbcell usermap Create etc hotplug usb usbcell This script is executed whenever the device is inserted Here is a simple example that makes the device be owned by root group owned by cellusers and readable writable by root and the members of cellusers bin bash if ACTION add f DEVICE then chown root DEVICE chgrp cellusers DEVICE chmod 660 DEVICE fi You can adjust that script as you see fit Don t forget to make it executable On many versions of Linux there is a script named usbcam in the same directory that changes the device to be owned by the same person who is logged into the console If you prefer that behavior then copy usbcam to usbcell Direct USB access udev Recent Linux distributions based on 2 6 kernel may use udev instead of hotplug With udev the usb device ownership and permission can be set by a method that is similar in concept but different in implementation The following will work on Fedora Core 5 A similar procedure should work on other distributions that use udev As done with the hotplug method above create a cellusers group and put the users that will use BitPim in that group Create etc udev rules d 60 cell rules SUBSYSTEM usb device ACTION add GOTO cell rules end LG Phone SYSFS idVendor 1004 SYSFS idProduct 6000 GROUP cellusers MODE 0660 LABEL cell rules end 1004 and 6000 should of course be replaced with the relevant VID and PID For the Sanyo SCP 3100 the VID PID is 0474 071f If you have a single user machine you may find it

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howto-linuxusb.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Mac USB Setup
    can be used in the System Preferences panel as a network interface for PPP connections provided you have the correct modem scripts MacOS X does not provide device drivers for USB to serial converters Since there is a wide variety of converter chips there is also a wide variety of drivers that you will have to find on the web Often the chip manufacturers do not provide them but their

    Original URL path: http://bitpim.org/help/howto-macusb.htm (2016-02-14)
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  • Windows USB Setup
    won t boot if you are not careful Device Manager Uninstall USB Root Hubs Regedit HKEY LOCAL MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet Enum USB Clear out all corresponding keys eg Vid 1004 is LG Need to right click then permissions then everyone full control first otherwise get permission denied error Find classes Click on key right hand pane should give class Numbered instances below that Click on each one HKEY LOCAL MACHINE

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