Send Photos From Your LG VX5500 To Your PC With BitPim

Send Photos From Your LG VX5500 To Your PC With BitPim

If you’re having trouble sending photos from your LG-VX5500 cellphone to your PC, you can do it easily, follow the simple steps below

Download the program BitPim from the following location:

  • Turn on your cellphone. Use your USB cable and connect the cellphone to the computers USB port.
  • Start the BitPim program (You may get a pop-up message stating that your phone is not connected just close (click No) the pop-up window.
  • Select the Edit Settings icon from the top menu (The Icon looks like a wrench and screwdriver).
  • Enter the cell phone model LG-VX8350 into the Phone Type textbox. Enter Com 7 into the Com Port textbox (Because Com numbers are used differently on each computer, you may have to select a different Com number by clicking on the Brouse button but try Com 7 first). Hit Ok to close window.
  • Click the Data tab from the top menu and select Get Phone Data. Uncheck all the boxes on the left side of the pop-up window except for this one – SMS. Click Ok to close the window. You may see the message, Access to file/dir has been blocked on this phone by the phone provider. Ignore this message and just click OK. Scroll down (left window on screen) and double click on FileSystem. Double click (in middle window) on the folder at the top – Wait for about ten to 20 seconds for the program to load all the data from your cellphone.
  • Look for a directory called Brew. Open it up and scroll down and find a folder called MOD. Open this folder and you will see a list of numbers (example: 10888, 10889, etc.). Double click each of these folders and you will find all your photos you took with your cellphone. The files are in the .jpg format. Right click on any jpg file and click save. Thats it!

Amarnath Natarajan

I am a freelance programmer and tech enthusiast. In my spare time I contribute to this website.

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