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Topic # 5364 23-Oct-2005 19:28
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Long time watcher, 1st time poster.

I've had a look at the archives before posting but can't seem to find my answer.

Q: Should I be able to make adjustments to my in phone Calendar with Bitpim?

I can download from phone to bitpim but it won't seem to let me send any adjustments to the phone. Doesn't even seem to allow this option in the send data window.

Help please.

Thankyou

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  Reply # 22200 27-Oct-2005 23:37
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The Calendar writing was disabled in Bitpim 0.7.28, supposedly it had issues, however many mm-7400 users (from Sprintusers.com) have reported success in writing to the calendar with Bitpim 0.7.27. This can be obtained at Sourcefourge:

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/bitpim/bitpim-0.7.27-setup.exe?download

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  Reply # 22204 28-Oct-2005 00:46
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Don't know the limitations in Bitpim, but there's always Datapilot aswell.

www.datapilot.co.nz

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  Reply # 22244 28-Oct-2005 13:45
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Thanks for your advice. I downloaded Bitpim in the last week and Im pretty sure its Version 0.7.37 so that'll explain why it doesn't work.

I'll have a look at the datapilot site too.

thanks


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Reply # 22786 7-Nov-2005 19:52
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im having trouble using bitpim and datapilot. they do not recognise the 7400 phone which then doesnt allow me to transfer ringtones and calender items. any ideas on what to do, or other programs that work to do this.

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  Reply # 22795 7-Nov-2005 21:51
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I have only ever heard of bitpim and datapilot in relation to the sanyos...




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  Reply # 22805 7-Nov-2005 22:20
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Hi Prothallus, only the New Zealand version of Datapilot will work with the NZ Released Sanyo's. Primarily due to the differences in firmware etc, we had a version done for New Zealand.

If you've bought a copy of Datapilot and are having problems, feel free to drop us a line for support. Provided you can give us the correct information to validate that you actually own a copy (and didn't pirate it), we'll be able to assist with resolving any problems you may have.

www.datapilot.co.nz - Then select Support from the menu.

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  Reply # 22808 7-Nov-2005 22:55
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Prothallus: im having trouble using bitpim and datapilot. they do not recognise the 7400 phone which then doesnt allow me to transfer ringtones and calender items. any ideas on what to do, or other programs that work to do this.


Make sure you've selected "mm-7400" as the phone type in bitpim. not sure about datapilot.

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  Reply # 22821 8-Nov-2005 09:56
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Datapilot has an Auto Detect option, or you can manually select the Com Port & Phone Model.




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