MotoRAZR VE20 Sprint USB P2KCommander BitPim PhoneTools
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Recently I purchased Sprint service and got MotoRAZR VE20 phone.
In order to transfer my phonebook I used Bluetooth and Motorola Phone Tools (MPT) software package. You will need latest freshest version of MPT 5 to do that. Good thing is that MPT just works right out of the box, without any setup needed.
MPT base functionality is to work with your contacts, calendar and make backups.
MPT also allows file transfer for your pictures, audio (MP3) and video files.
So now I can use my phone as a player and camera.
For file transfers thru bluetooth you can use Windows supplied services. It works for any file types (audio, video, pictures). Just don't expect that your Java games will be visible in the phone itself. You can still transfer them if you desire so.
There is another, open source alternative for organizing contacts and calendar - BitPim. At the time I write this (january 2009) only beta version (22.214.171.12481215) worked partially with VE20.
Caution: you will need MicroUSB cable in order for BitPim and P2KCommander to work. Bluetooth won't do. I've seen multihead standard USB cable in the stores which supports standard, miniUSB A, miniUSB B and microUSB connectivity.
You can do some backup of your contacts, but that's about it.
BitPim cannot read filesystem on this phone. Bummer.
So next I tried my proven Motorola Midlet Manager (MotoMidMan) tool to upload Java games into this J2ME phone. It didn't work out of the box. There is a faint hope that replacing "p2kapi2.dll" with the latest version might help.
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Here is screenshot with its settings. Now I'm able to see some innards of this VE20 beast. BREW directory doesn't give much hope. BREW considered unbreakable. BREW provides signature method for applications, so that they can work only on one phone, making the applications untransferable, unreusable etc.