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    Adding Chocolate info to mark.cdmaforums.com

    I've added a link for CHOCOLATE to the navigation list along the left at http://mark.cdmaforums.com

    It contains basic info on the most commonly requested info...

    If anyone has other info they want included.. request it in this thread.. or PM me...
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    thankyou so much

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    Please add music info: Where to place mp3 files in the phone's directory (for music player playback) as well as where to place them in the microSD card. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mongoos150
    Please add music info: Where to place mp3 files in the phone's directory (for music player playback) as well as where to place them in the microSD card. Thanks.
    Will do.. for now...

    On the TF card...

    For music player use, put MP3's and WMA's in... /My_Music
    Pictures get stored in... /My_Pix
    Movies get stored in... /My_flix

    I haven't checked in the phone's memory yet... later.. when (or should I say IF) I get done with work tonight...

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    How to enable bluetooth transfer mobile to mobile?

    I just got a 8550 black cherry chocolate phone and I cant bluetooth my files off of my unlocked v3i. I know that verizon disables this function, but how do I hack it to enable it to work.

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    You should add a link to my site for info on how to make vids and wallpapers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitmanr2003
    I just got a 8550 black cherry chocolate phone and I cant bluetooth my files off of my unlocked v3i. I know that verizon disables this function, but how do I hack it to enable it to work.
    you can't, use bitpim, transfer them to the PC from the V3

    then use bitpim & bt or a usb cable to move the files to the correct folders on the chocolate

    all music and pix & videos for the card can be done via external card reader or via cable usb mass storage mode

    those are best ways to move everything but ringers, for those you need bitpim

    NO BT mobile to mobile
    TheMopedwhiz aka TheeWizard,


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    there is no way to crack it. I heard you could on v3c but i quess not on chocolate

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitmanr2003
    I just got a 8550 black cherry chocolate phone and I cant bluetooth my files off of my unlocked v3i. I know that verizon disables this function, but how do I hack it to enable it to work.
    Phone to Phone bluetooth requires Bluetooth Object Push Profile (aka OPP).

    On the Chocolates, Verizon didn't include that profile. So there is no way to Hack it to enable it to work... i.e. can't turn on something that isn't there.. and to ADD a feature, the firmware itself would need some re-coding done to it... something we can't do.

    Quote Originally Posted by pitmanr2003
    there is no way to crack it. I heard you could on v3c but i quess not on chocolate
    On the V3C, the bluetooth OBEX FTP profile was on the phone, but disabled. We could do a "Seem Edit" to enable it. But the V3C didn't support OBEX OPP.

    The only way to get OPP on a Verizon V3C is to cross flash to another carrier's firmware. The necessary firmware files are not available for the LG phones...

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    I see thanks alot. have to do it hard way.

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