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Bitpim and LG Chocolate flip

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by alparen, Apr 26, 2008.

  1. alparen

    alparen New Member

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    GUH. I recieved my USB cable for my LG Chocolate flip the other day merrily ran down to put ringtones got all the drivers installed for my phone and tried to send a ringtone but got the error an unexpected error has occured or whatever it is. i've tried everything went all over the net. My phone is set on COM5 port. Does it have to be set to COM1 like i've read around the net?? i've even tried a few other ways like directly dumping the file right into the ringtone section with bitpim shutting the phone down and turning it back on to get it to recognize the ringtone but to no avail. I am also on Telus's service. it's bitpim 1.0.5. Can anyone help me??? :( Getting a weeee bit frustrated after fighting with it for 2 hours......
     
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    alparen New Member

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    heres the error message i'm geting everytime i try...
    I also noticed when bitpim recognizes my phone its picking it up as a LGVX8100 not a 8600... I i change it to a 8600 it won't even read....
    I upgraded to the beta version of bitpim 1.0.6 today see if it would make a difference and i got nothing....
    :banghead:

    BitPim version: 1.0.6.20080304-Test
    An unexpected exception has occurred.
    Please see the help for details on what to do.

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "gui.pyo", line 284, in run
    File "gui.pyo", line 159, in __call__
    File "gui.pyo", line 1880, in getdata
    File "gui.pyo", line 1874, in getfundamentals
    File "phones\com_lgvx4400.pyo", line 98, in getfundamentals
    File "phones\com_lgvx8100.pyo", line 152, in getgroups
    File "phones\p_lgvx8100.pyo", line 445, in readfrombuffer
    File "prototypes.pyo", line 1433, in readfrombuffer
    File "phones\p_lgvx8100.pyo", line 367, in readfrombuffer
    File "prototypes.pyo", line 608, in readfrombuffer
    File "prototypes.pyo", line 1568, in getnextbytes
    IndexError: Trying to read 23 bytes starting at 184 which will go beyond end of 186 byte buffer

    Variables by last 8 frames, innermost last

    Frame getfundamentals in gui.pyo at line 1874
    self = <WorkerThread(BitPim helper, started daemon)>
    results = Keys ['uniqueserial']
    {'uniqueserial': '28a0739c1348da5956238232bb8ca3ceda4b96d1'}

    Frame getfundamentals in phones\com_lgvx4400.pyo at line 98
    self = <phones.com_lgvx8100.Phone object at 0x04865910>
    results = Keys ['uniqueserial']
    {'uniqueserial': '28a0739c1348da5956238232bb8ca3ceda4b96d1'}

    Frame getgroups in phones\com_lgvx8100.pyo at line 152
    self = <phones.com_lgvx8100.Phone object at 0x04865910>
    buf = <prototypes.buffer object at 0x050B3A70>
    results = Keys ['uniqueserial']
    {'uniqueserial': '28a0739c1348da5956238232bb8ca3ceda4b96d1'}
    g = <phones.p_lgvx8100.pbgroups object at 0x04B458D0>

    Frame readfrombuffer in phones\p_lgvx8100.pyo at line 445
    buf = <prototypes.buffer object at 0x050B3A70>
    autolog = True
    logtitle = 'Groups read'
    self = <phones.p_lgvx8100.pbgroups object at 0x04B458D0>

    Frame readfrombuffer in prototypes.pyo at line 1433
    x = <phones.p_lgvx8100.pbgroup object at 0x05178CF0>
    self = <prototypes.LIST object at 0x05178C90>
    buf = <prototypes.buffer object at 0x050B3A70>

    Frame readfrombuffer in phones\p_lgvx8100.pyo at line 367
    buf = <prototypes.buffer object at 0x050B3A70>
    autolog = True
    logtitle = '<read data>'
    self = <phones.p_lgvx8100.pbgroup object at 0x05178CF0>

    Frame readfrombuffer in prototypes.pyo at line 608
    _value = ''
    self = <prototypes.USTRING object at 0x051783D0>
    buf = <prototypes.buffer object at 0x050B3A70>
    flush = 0

    Frame getnextbytes in prototypes.pyo at line 1568
    self = <prototypes.buffer object at 0x050B3A70>
    howmany = 23
     

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