To reliably read or write the phonebook with BitPim, you must ensure there is at least one entry on the phone already.

For each contact in the phone book, the LG-PM225 supports 5 phone numbers, 3 e-mails, 1 and a 32 character memo.

You can assign one ringtone and one image per contact. You can choose a speed dial for each number in the phonebook.

The phone supports JPG and BMP image formats.

The phone supports MP3, MIDI and QCP formats. Stereo MP3s or MP3s with a bitrate above 128 or a sample rate above 44100Hz will cause the conversion dialog to appear. This can be bypassed by holding down crtl+shift when pressing the add button.

Media filenames will be truncated to 30 characters.

Due to the way the phone stores data and a limitation in the way the ringers have been implemented in BitPim the filename extension of a qcp file will be changed to .mp3 when they are retrieved from the phone. BitPim will show the type as QCP in the ringer tab even though the filename ends in .qcp.

Another limitation for the LG-PM225 BitPim implementation is that all midia filenames must end in .mp3, .jpg, .jpeg, .bmp, .qcp or .mid to work correctly.

To create qcp files, download the QCP utility from QCP utility.

Java applications can be uploaded to the phone through BitPim. Add the java application file (must end in .jar) to the ringers tab in the same way that you would add a ringtone. Send phone data (with ringers selected). The java application should now appear on the phone. Java applications cannot be retrieved from the phone by BitPim. The next time you get the ringers from the phone the .jar file will disappear from the ringers tab in BitPim (although it will remain on the phone). Use the phone itself to delete the application.

Only java applications designed for the phone should be sent to the phone. Uploading and/or running other java applications may cause the phone to malfunction.

BitPim Online Help built 17 January 2010