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    xRyanx80
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    For some reason I can't get the photos I'm u-loading to my phone to show up. Bitpim says it's in the Jpeg folder, but nothings there. I've tried overwriting images already on my phone, but it doesn't work. Any ideas?


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    Last edited by xRyanx80; 12-13-2005 at 11:51 AM.




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    You say overwriting doesn't work. In what way? (the files should be replaced)



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    When I overwrite the image, the new image is half of the new image and half of the overwritten image.



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    That sounds like a timeout issue.

    If you have a Verizon 8910, try increasing the baud rate in the USB DIAG menu by entering ##7678. Other than that, try shutting down some programs that might be hogging CPU/Memory at the same time, just in case it's making the transfer take longer.



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    How do I increase the baud rate? I have the diag set on USB DIAG. I tried overwriting again and the same thing happened.



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    To be totally honest with you, I don't know. The USB DIAG option is disabled on the VM version of the 8910 (which I have). The code has been posted a few times before, so i thought you ought to try it, but I'm unsure of the options shown when you get into that mode. All I know is that you can increase the baud rate via that option.

    What are the options shown?
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    When I hit ##7678 I get the RUNTIME DEVMAP menu. There are 2 options. There is diag and data. Under diag the options are NULL PORT, UART MAIN, USB DATA, and USB DIAG. Under data the options are NULL PORT, RS232C, and USB DATA.



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    Quote Originally Posted by xRyanx80
    When I hit ##7678 I get the RUNTIME DEVMAP menu. There are 2 options. There is diag and data. Under diag the options are NULL PORT, UART MAIN, USB DATA, and USB DIAG. Under data the options are NULL PORT, RS232C, and USB DATA.
    Hrmm, try data/usb data or diag/uart main, diag/usb data or diag/usb diag.



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    Should I change back the diag to the original setting each time I am done transferring? I think it was set to "null port".
    Last edited by Jhazon; 12-20-2005 at 08:37 PM.
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    Some have claimed it automatically went back to default after they turned off the phone. Not sure, but putting it back to the way it was if it doesn't, is probably a good idea.



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