The firmware version of the phone that was used for development & test is u750.CH07
The hardware version is U740.06
In order to use the Alias 2 with BitPim, the phone USB Mode must be set to Modem Mode. To change the phone USB Mode:
Menu -> Settings & Tools -> USB Mode
Select Modem Mode, then Set
The phone will ignore any entries with no numbers and no emails.
Groups (Categories) names cannot be added, changed, or deleted from BitPim, it must be done from the phone.
If a contact is assigned to multiple groups, only the first group is written to the phone.
Picture ID: BitPim cannot to use any of the phone's built-in wallpapers as Picture ID of a contact. BitPim can use another other wallpapers/images as Picture IDs.
ICE Setting: BitPim can neither set nor preserve your ICE settings. You will have to re-assign your ICE settings every time BitPim updates the phone contacts.
BitPim supports up to 103 calendar events.
All recurrent events are open-ended. When viewed or edited from BitPim, the open-ended date would show as '4000-01-01'.
All recurrent events are automatically converted to have an interval of 1 (ie. an every-other-day-event in BitPim becomes an every-day-event in the phone, etc.)
The alert of an event can be set either to a ringtone or to vibrate, but not both.
BitPim cannot set the alert of an event to 'Light Only'.
BitPim does not support the Reminder field. It discards the value of this field when reading calendar data from the phone, and sets this field to Once when sending calendar data to the phone.
BitPim can add ringtones to the BitPim "sounds" section (My Sounds on the phone).
BitPim does not delete ringtones on the phone. You must delete them manually from the phone.
The limit of the size of a ringtone is arbitrarily set at 100,000 bytes. Exceeding this limit will display a warning. If you have a more accurate limit, please post it to the BitPim Users list.
BitPim will not be able to retrieve ringtones purchased with GIN.
BitPim will neither retrieve nor send ringtones from/to the microSD card.
The default format is JPEG.
The default resolutions are:
BitPim will not be able to retrieve wallpapers purchased with GIN.
BitPim will neither retrieve nor send wallpapers from/to the microSD card.
BitPim can retrieve video files from the phone. It does not retrieve video files stored on the microSD card.
The format of the video files is 3GPP2 (".3g2"), which can be played by, among other media players, QuickTime.
BitPim will neither delete nor send video files to the phone.
BitPim supports up to 35 notepad items.
The maximum length of a notepad item is 130 characters.
BitPim can only retrieve text messages.
BitPim will neither deleter nor send/restore messages to the phone.
BitPim Online Help built 17 January 2010