BitPim now fully supports all calendar features of this phone.
LG/Verizon appear to lock out access to the nvm sudirectory. Though it would show up under the Filesystem view, users will not be able to access its contents.
BitPim can make use of ringtone files stored on the miniSD card, see section Howtos for more details.
As far as I could determine, this phone supports up to about 150 ringtones (both on the phone and on miniSD card).
The ringtone formats include MIDI, QCP, SMAF, and MP3.
All ringtones added through BitPim would be stored on the phone.
BitPim can now retrieve and send My Sounds media files.
BitPim can now retrieve video files shot from the phone. These files are retrieved along with the wallpapers files, and would show up under the Wallpaper tab with video origin.
The format of these video files is 3GPP2, which can be played on your PC with an appropriate software player.
Users can use BitPim to delete video files from the phone in a similar manner to wallpapers and ringtones.
BitPim can make use of wallpaper files stored on the miniSD card, see section Howtos for more details.
By default, BitPim converts all wallpaper images to JPEG format.
The image resolution is 320x230 for the main display, and 320x198 for the outer display.
All wallpaper images added through BitPim would be stored on the phone.
Users can now retrieve, manage, and save their mp3 playlists to the phones. See section Howtos for more details.
BitPim Online Help built 17 January 2010