bitpim -p $PHONE_PORT ls

List a phone's filesystem with bitpim

This will list your phone's filesystem with bitpim. (works on many LG, Samsung, and Sanyo) See http://www.bitpim.org/help/phones-featuressupported.htm for full list.

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2010-04-09 02:20:53

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