I just upgraded my phone after 4 years of using an LG-510 model from Verizon. The phone was indestructible and I've been happy with it but the holster clip broke, the battery started to jiggle around on it and it would drop power connectivity...it was time to put it out to pasture. So, I've ended up with an LG VX8100
and tonight I managed to hack into it over the Bluetooth network using a Class 2.0 Kensington Bluetooth/USB Adapter
. What this combination has allowed me to do is connect to my phone over the Bluetooth network and view the file system as well as manage many of the generic items in the phone like images, ringers, phonebook, calendar, call history, and wallpapers.
BitPim looks pretty nice in that I can work locally on my PhoneBook and load up images etc, and then connect up my phone and synchronize the changes and/or download any new content. Now I just need to get a mini-SD card for the phone so that I can start making use of the space for MP3's and images.