I've a w810i mobile and I able to synchronise it with my outlook, but my notes or memos can't be uploaded or dowloaded. Even if I create a new memo in the phone, it's not created in Outlook. Also the flag is setted to synchro notes nothing happends. All other are OK Calendar contacts are OK.
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The BlackBerry 8830 smart phone, and other BlackBerry phones, come with an application to record voice memos called "Voice Notes Recorder." From this application you can create, store and send voice memos directly from your phone. You do not need to upload the memo on the computer or send it through email (unless the recipient cannot receive multimedia messages).<span><br /></span><br />
<li><span>Open "Voice Notes Recorder" on your phone.</span></li>
<li><span></span><span>Press the trackball to record the voice memo. Press it again to stop recording.</span></li>
<li><span></span><span>Scroll to and select the mail icon while the memo is stopped.</span></li>
<li><span></span><span>Select "Send as MMS."</span></li>
<li><span></span><span>Choose the contact from the list, or choose "Use Once" and type the phone number of the recipient.</span></li>
<li><span></span><span>Add a note to the message if you wish.</span></li>
<li><span></span><span>Press the "Menu" button and select "Send" to send the voice memo and message.</span></li></ol></span>
I had the same problem. It was caused by the phone waiting for the date to be entered (even though it was already done). To get over the problem click on the multitask icon on the phone (top right). If anything is running other than "Home Screen" and "Menu" click on the application and close it. PC synchronisation should strat to work now.
When you go through the connection wizard on the LG PC Suite take note of the port number that it is using.
Then go to device manager(for win xp go to start/control panel/system, click on the Hardware tab then device manger) on your pc. Expand Ports(COM & LPT) and right click on LGE Mobile USB Serial Port and select properties. Take note of what port is indicated in brackets. Go to the Port Settings tab and select advanced. Change the com port number to what LG PC suite was using. Select OK, OK and try connecting again with the Wizard and see if you can transfer data etc
Let me know if that helped.
This morning I downloaded LifeDrive Update 1.0, and when I did a HotSync afterwards, I got an error message saying,
Handheld Tasks application database version not supported.
Handheld Notes application database version not supported.
Now my contacts, memos, tasks, calendar entries and possibly other items are all gone!! This is the core data that is the reason why I use a PDA! I would be totally distraught, except that the data does still seem to exist in Outlook on my PC.
I am running Outlook 2002, SP3 on a WinXP machine. Can anyone help to fix this problem?
Click on the hotsync icon in your system tray and then click "custom". That will bring up the list of things you are configured to sync with (conduits). For each of the ones you have problems with, click that conduit and then make sure it's set to sync the way you want...desktop overrides, handheld overrides, syncronize, etc. Potentially you have some of them selected as "do nothing". What shows up when I click custom from hotsync are the following Outlook Conduits: Calendar, Contacts, Tasks and Memos. If you don't have those showing up, you need to update your Outlook conduits on your PC. If you have them, click to select the problem conduit, then click "change" and select what you want to have happen.