By Christopher Price on September 7, 2004
BitPim has been updated to version 0.1.17. The only change in this release is that the conduit program that allows for communication with phones, Python, has been updated. Mac OS X users will benefit greatly from the increased stability of this release.
By Christopher Price on August 25, 2004
BitPim has been updated to version 0.7.16. This release adds several minor improvements and fixes many bugs.
By Christopher Price on August 7, 2004
By Christopher Price on July 9, 2004
Yet Another BitPim Update. Version 0.7.14 is generally a bug fix release, the largest new features are support for Sharp’s Zarus contact sync program and Bell Mobility’s Sanyo 8100.
By Christopher Price on June 27, 2004
BitPim, the direct phone access tool has been updated to version 0.7.13. Noteworthy updates include support for Outlook contact synchronization, as well as improved support for the Sanyo RL-4920.
By Christopher Price on June 11, 2004
BitPim has been updated to version 0.7.12. Improvements include added support for the Sanyo RL-4920, and improved support for the Sanyo 4900 and PM-8200.
By Christopher Price on June 6, 2004
While the Treo 600 has been managed to be hacked to support BitPim, in order to take the Treo to Verizon, the process is very complicated and requires the purchase of additional cables. Thankfully, enabling BitPim support on the Hitachi G1000 is as simple as throwing the phone into PC Modem Mode, following the easy […]
By Christopher Price on May 29, 2004
BitPim has been updated to version .7b11. Updates include bugfixes and improved support for ringtone transfer on Sanyo phones. BitPim developers are asking for assistance with Sanyo PM-8200 support, and have stated that Outlook syncronization will be available in the near future.
By Christopher Price on May 17, 2004
BitPim has been updated to version .7-test10. This is a major update that adds full filesystem access to most Sanyo phones. This includes initial camera and download uploading and downloading. If fully working, this will be the first phone to allow sharing of J2ME programs without relying on transferring files over-the-air.