This LG Chocolate BL40 Cell Phone User Manual / Guide is published by LG, without any warranty. This user guide / manual provides important information on the use and operation of your LG Chocolate BL40. LG-Chocolate info
The new LG Chocolate BL40 phone has a 4.0-inch wide HD LCD screen with 800×345 pixel resolution to maximize visual experience. The wide HD LCD “Real VGA” screen presents a vibrant range of natural colours, allowing photos to appear sharper, videos more true-to-life, games naturally vivid and documents more readable.
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This LG Chocolate BL20 Cell Phone User Manual / Guide is published by LG, without any warranty. This user guide / manual provides important information on the use and operation of your LG Chocolate BL20. LG-Chocolate info
The new LG Chocolate BL20 phone features a sliding keypad and is the newest addition to the Chocolate series. The LG Chocolate BL20 also features a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus and flash in a slim casing measuring just 12.3mm in depth. Widget Hotkeys enable users to personalise the phone to directly access favourite features for weather, news or personal updates. A new feature also includes Clear Memo Capture which captures text, handwritten notes and drawings with maximum clarity, offering a different way to record information.
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LG Chocolate 3 Tips and Tricks: How to export contacts from your phone to Outlook using Bitpim
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File—> Export—> CSV Contacts—> All(# of contacts)—> OK
In Outlook LG Phone Problem and Solution
File—> Import and Export—> Import from another program or file—> Nextà—>Comma Separated Values (Windows)*—> Next —> browse—> select bitpim.csv file—> Next—> Highlight “contacts” and click Next—> Check the “import bitpim.csv into folder: contacts” box.
When you do this a window will pop up which allows you to map custom fields. This is the tricky part. On the Left you have the Bitpim file and on the right you cave the Outlook file. To align everything properly, you need to drag the correct value from the bitpim.csv file and drop it into the correct field in Outlook. Here are some helpful hints but it all depends on what data you have in your phone.
When you are done mapping your contacts into the correct fields, click OK to go pack to the main window where you click finish to complete the import.
*Note: If the CSV (window) format doesn’t work completely, follow the same process with the CSV (DOS) format and it should work fine.
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