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Adding Wallpapers to a VX6000 with BitPim??

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by G.K., Mar 5, 2004.

  1. G.K.

    G.K. Guest

    I have a new VX6000 (software 6) and the latest BitPim (.7 test 5) and a
    straight thru USB cable. I am trying to add .jpg or .bmp images from my
    PC to the phone to use as Wallpaper. I convert the images to 120x160 pixel
    size and save them as .bmp files on the PC. When I add them to the phone
    via BitPim it automatically changes every one of the files to 120x131 jpg
    files (regardless of original size and format). I can see them in the
    "Gallery" on the phone but when I select and save them as Wallpaper, all I
    get is a white screen.
     



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  2. G.K.,
    Can I ask you which straighthrough cable and which driver set you are
    using? I picked up a USB cable (not the serial type with the small box
    in the middle), and can't find a set of drivers (WIN/XP Pro) that will
    have it recognized. Any other tips as to how you got it working? Thanks!

    Jay S.

    G.K. wrote:
    > I have a new VX6000 (software 6) and the latest BitPim (.7 test 5) and a
    > straight thru USB cable. I am trying to add .jpg or .bmp images from my
    > PC to the phone to use as Wallpaper. I convert the images to 120x160 pixel
    > size and save them as .bmp files on the PC. When I add them to the phone
    > via BitPim it automatically changes every one of the files to 120x131 jpg
    > files (regardless of original size and format). I can see them in the
    > "Gallery" on the phone but when I select and save them as Wallpaper, all I
    > get is a white screen.
    >
    >
     

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