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  1. #11
    AlexStatus
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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    To clarify:

    with "datapilot" software and a cable connecting G'zOne V phone to USB , I can transfer data to/from PC including sounds, pix, vids, numbers?

    Where can I get the 'datapilot" software?

    (I have a data cable that fits the gzone V. already)

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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    cont.

    software and a cable connecting G'zOne V phone to USB , I can transfer data to/from PC including sounds, pix, vids, numbers? That is great, but I don't want to have to spend more money just to copy pix, vids, sounds, phone numbers, etc. to my computer.

    Where can I get the 'datapilot" software? Is it free? I don't want to buy anything. All I want is the driver to connect phone to PC. Additional software is fine, but I don't want to have to pay extra. In fact, I think at least the driver should be provided by the manufacturer. I think selling a phone that takes video and pix, without a means to transfer other than sending each image and video, one at a time, for a $ FEE $ is wrong. If you buy a digi cam, it would have whatever is needed to transfer the pictures/video. Assuming that I want to send every picture and video that I have on the phone one by one by means of the wireless network and pay extra to do so rather than transfer all of it at once to my computer is so stupid it is insulting.
    I can install Active Sync, it's part of Wndows. All I need is a driver...for G'zOne.

    I had a GShock watch years ago. Loved it. I hope that Casio will offer some software upgrades for the phone. It has potential to be a great phone. It just needs a few changes that could all be done in SW.

    (I have a data cable that fits the gzone V. already)

    Alex



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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    There is another way you can do it i found 2 pices of software that allow this and my g'zone has to have the files sent in QCP format create-ringtone.com this is a 30 day trial with no restrictions how ever i need the obex file transfer profile to be abel to send files from the phone to the computer and cant simply e-mail them to my self is there a way to enabel out going obex on the phone aparently i cant post links in this fourm so the url is

    create-ringtone.com

    you will have to copy and past it sorry



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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    alex if you have verizon you have what is called a pix place this was free with my account not sure if all are the same but you have 72 file limit if you dont want to pay for it and you log in to verizon's website to move them from your site to the computer but like you i need a rapid means of doing this and thi8s is the simplest way i have found unless i can find a wya to hack the obex



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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    so are there drivers available to support a USB cable? I would like to be able to transfer contacts to my phone.



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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    I don't have this phone yet, but I am looking into getting it. I'm interested in what kind of hacks can be done with it. Looks like no one has come up with anything for it yet. But as the saying goes, where there is a will, there is a way. If I can get a PC connected to the phone, I should be able to do something with it.

    lets see here. someone mentioned something about seem edits... have you checked the list of seem edits at hacktherazr.com (trying to work around the link restrictions while being helpful) /guides/verizon/seem-edit-list

    note that these are currently only verified on the verizon razr v3m/v3c (and krazr i think). I take no responisibilty if attempting the seem edits messes up the phone, but you may want to give it a shot.

    drivers.... I've checked the casio website and downloaded the pdf manual for the g'zOne boulder - it states that music can be transferred from the PC to the phone using the vcast w/rhapsody software. Not sure if this installation will include the drivers or not, and if it does I dont know if they will work for other applications. might want to check it out though. verizonwireless.com/music. The verizon website states that the phone is usable as a modem for DUN, so by all rights there should definitely be a standalone driver installation for it. Difficult part is in acquiring it for free.

    anyone using linux here been able to connect to the phone with BitPim? You'll probably have to hook up using the "other cdma" setting.

    If someone has managed a wired PC connection, take a look at the filesystem view and see if you can find the arcconfig.ini file on it. I'm going off of what the v3m/v3c and krazr firmwares look like and on those it is located at /brew/mod/arcmedia/arcconfig.ini

    I'm interested if it is there and what it looks like. Also, is it possible to set a recorded sound as a ringer on that phone?

    transferring pics to the phone... has anyone attempted to load a pic to the root of the transflash (micro sd) card and place the card back in the phone? This is easy method of transferring pics to the Razr and Krazr phones - however the implications may be different being that it is a totally different manufacturer.

    but definitely get that arcconfig file off the phone if it exists as it should shed some light on things. I've been able to work a bit of magic with that file on the various firmwares of the razr and krazr phones.



  7. #17
    Tomr3
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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    After using a Voyager for a few days I switched to the much more rugged G'zOne. Good phone except I frequently find it has inadvertently switched to "All Sounds Off" mode. Is there a hack or software to eliminate this feature? I need to be able to hear ring tones "24/7/365". A rigid case might also help, does anyone know of such a holster for this phone?

    Thanks, Tom



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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    I found that uploading MP3 or wav files to my PixPlace acct and them sending them as Picture/Video Message worked great to get ringtones to the phone!

    I tried to use BlueTooth to send from my old phone to the new G'Zone but could not figure out how to get that to work!



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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    I got the driver for the Boulder from Verizon. I installed it an the V cast software on my XP machine with no problem. I am having an issue with my Vista laptop. Both software items are available from Verizon. I'm not sure if you need to have a "my verizon" acct ot accessthe files.

    My cell phone carrier Verizon sells one for 15 bucks.
    Last edited by bilcast; 08-11-2009 at 09:52 PM. Reason: Auto-merged Double post



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    Harley0316
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    Re: G'zOne TypeV software?

    I know it's 2010 and there are newer versions of the Gzone, but I still have and use my Type V. I had the Data Pilot software, but there are no longer any updates for my phone. Does anybody have them?



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