<p>Locked files are that way for two reasons. (Note it is the phone
that has locked them, not BitPim). One is because their presence
is fundamental to the operation of the phone, and if they were deleted
would cause the fail to be unable to boot or operate. That covers
files containing the ESN and stuff like that.
<p>The other reason seems to be that the file is in use
<p>To bypass the <B>Convert Audio File</B> dialog, press and hold the <B>Shift</B> key and click on the <B>Add</B> button (Shift+Add).
<p>When a user adds an image to the Wallpaper tab, BitPim resizes and converts the source image into a Wallpaper image suitable for a specific phone model via the Image Preview Dialog. To bypass this dialog, press and hold the <B>Shift</B> key and click on the <B>Add</B> button (Shift+Add). Of course, users are then responsible for ensuring that those images are suitable/
<p>The color-coded field names indicate their applicability to the current se
<p>Make sure that the <B>Read Only</B> option in the <B>Settings</B> dialog
<P>BitPim phone detection works by identifying/matching known USB data cable
<p>There are two limits. One is fixed limits in various tables
<p>In general, the <B>Add</B> option does the followings:
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